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Topic: Speed problem with MailDoc
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59351
From: dmorbadg
Date: 5/29/2002 05:38 PM

I need to increase the speed in which a pdf is emailed from a user to a services staff person. The user's system takes too much time (2 - 5 minutes) to email a 600kb pdf file. I can't use MailForm() to transmit a fdf because the pdf is dynamically created bt adding templates based on user selections so no two pdf would be the same. Therefore, there is no generic template on the other end in which the fdf can be dumped into). My limited understanding of fdf's is that the pdf on the receiving side must be the same as the pdf on the transmitting side or the opening of the fdf will fail.

Any suggestions? Thank you in advance for your response.


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