Weekly Fixes and New Features

 

A new feature to add page numbers to the saved PDF email has been developed. This is in response to a paralegal who sent in a request: “I had an example today when I printed several witness testimony outlines from Box. The page numbers were missing on the outlines, all of which were 15 pages long. Without line numbers, it made it difficult to locate pages during the direct and cross-examination process in Court when referring to these outlines. The goal is to make the saved as PDF email look exactly the same as the original e-mail in Outlook.” No worries paralegals, the add-in now has the ability to add page numbers – just like when you print it from Outlook.

Distribution List Manager has had a bug fixed that prevented the add-in from showing more information about the distribution list. Now once a distribution list is being viewed (in its own window), you can see how many people are on the distribution list, when the distribution list was created, and when it was last modified by clicking the “Examine distribution list” button.

Send Individually can now read directly recipients directly from Excel files. To activate this feature, click on the Create New Campaign button, then the add-in will ask you if you want to send to Outlook Contacts or to contacts listed in an Excel file. In addition, buttons that are appropriate to Excel contacts or to Outlook contacts are now displayed properly, instead of all of them being shown at once.

Fixed: If any punctuation marks other than wildcards (*, ?) were in the filter area of any add-in, that add-in choked on the filter and would not process the email. This affected every add-in that has a built in filter, (like Auto Print, Attachment Save, Save As PDF, among others) and used any punctuation characters in the filter. The error occurred because we switched from using traditional wildcard characters to using regular expressions, but failed to properly encode the filter string before passing it onto the regular expression parser.

 

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