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Topic: Do I purchase Pitstop Server, Professional or both?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 150480
From: JennyTailure
Date: 5/31/2006 02:56 PM

I run IT for a production department which receives around 100 supplied PDFs each week and we want to automate the preflighting of these files.
The ideal result is that all incoming PDFs are dropped into a hot folder and they are checked and drop out into a 'pass' 'fail' or 'please check'.
So that PDFs that meet all specs automatically pass, ones that are clearly wrong fail, and ones that might be passable drop into a 'check' folder.
Trouble is I'm a little confused on what versions of Pitstop I need, to get this to happen.
I read some online docs which said 'some' parts of Pitstop server use Pitstop professional - so do I need both?
Help would be appreciated.
Thanks.

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