PDF Automation Server (PAS) is a unique product that can automate the receiving, processing and routing of PDF documents in your organization.
PAS can receive PDF documents from multiple sources concurrently, including email, ftp servers and local or network folders. Processes can then be defined independently for each document source to perform a number of different functions on the documents. Finally, PAS can route the original or modified document to multiple destinations, including folders, printers, email and ftp servers.
Reliability. PDF Automation Server has been produced and tested with the utmost care so that uptime is maximized and your documents are always processed reliably. Intelligent error handling and recovery is done at multiple levels in the software so that the server can recover from transient error conditions. Additionally, different processes are independent, so errors in one process will not affect other processes.
Multiple Sources. PDF Automation Server can receive documents from multiple sources concurrently. Documents from different sources can be handled in the same manner or unique processes can be defined for individual sources.
Multiple Destinations. After processing documents, PDF Automation Server can deliver the documents to multiple destinations. Each process in the server can send the resulting document to multiple destinations and different processes can send output to unique destinations.
Event Logging. PDF Automation Server keeps a complete log of events in the server, including informational, warning and error events. With the event log, users can track document processing and pinpoint causes of problems.
Notification. PDF Automation Server can send notification emails based on a number of criteria, including error conditions as well as successful processing of documents.
Platform Independence. PAS is platform independent and can run on Windows, Linux, Mac OSX and several Unix flavors.
PDF Processing Functions
Printing. PAS can automatically print incoming PDF documents to single or multiple printers before or after processing the document.
Security. PAS can encrypt and set the permissions on PDF documents.
Images. PAS can convert PDF documents into images and can create PDF documents from images.
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