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Re: Email issues
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
You need to submit using Adobe JS Actions; such as, mailDoc. There are multiple JS functions that perform similar actions. Using Adobe's built in Js functions requires client-side email software. JS is the least reliable way to send forms; because, not every user has their email software setup correctly.Another way is to submit to a server-side script; such as ASP.net. The script can send the form submission without client side email software. Using iText; you can parse the form field text box a...

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Re: Submit via email issues
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
You can bypass client-side email software such as OUTLOOK if the PDF submits to a server-side script, such as ASP.net or PHP. ASP.net scripts are capable of merging and parsing the form submission using iText and/or FDFToolkit.net, and inject the values into the message body, subject, TO, CC, BCC, and attachment file name. PHP script are not compatible with iText technologies, so you receive a static message and attachment. Submitting to a server-side script is more reliable, because, it silentl...

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Re: LiveCycle Designer form submit failure
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I recommend submitting to a server-side script such as PHP or ASP.net. Submissions are sent using Adobe Reader without client-side email software such as OUTLOOK and Web-mail.For more information visit:www.pdfemail.netExamples:www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: Converting PDF eform by web program
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- Adobe LiveCycle
If you create a Static LiveCycle XFA form (Save-As Static PDF) or an Acrobat form (Acroform) you can parse and export the form field values to XML using only iTextSharp and/or www.FDFToolkit.net. Note: Due to licensing restrictions, Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader should not be installed directly on an ASP.net server. Also, if you export to XML format, the files won't automatically open with Adobe Reader; because, it lacks the Filename. I suggest you export to XDP for LiveCycle XFA forms and FDF ...

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle preload XML data from ASP.NET Microsoft SQL
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
The XFA form should open with the data populated if the script outputs XDP data that includes the PDF file path URL.

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Re: Emailing form
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
FYI: Renaming the attachment is impossible with Adobe mail and/or submit controls. However; if you set the submit button to point to a server-side script such as ASP.net or PHP, the script may be able to parse the submission data (Static XFA only/ASP.net) and rename the attachment based on the form field values. Is your PDF a static LiveCycle XFA form or a dynamic LiveCycle XFA form?Visit the following website for online examples that inject submission values into the attachment:www.pdfemail.net...

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Re: Flatten / Submit Button
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- Adobe LiveCycle
If you are running an ASP.net web server; then check out example #3 that flattens and emails the PDF submission:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: Issue with Yahoo Business Mail
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
This is happening because of the client-side email software configuration. To bypass client side email software, you should set the submit button to point to a server-side script such as PHP or ASP.net.Check out the following website for online examples on how to submit to a server side script and bypass client-side email software:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: Modifying Name of XML E-Mail Attachment
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
As far as i know you can't change the File name using Adobe scripts; however it is possible if you submit the form to a server-side script such as ASP.net, that can parse the submission data and inject it into an SMTP message.For online examples:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: Submitting a form from HTML5 to PDF attached to email
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
It's possible to merge the HTML5 form data with a blank Acrobat Form or Static LiveCycle XFA PDF.For more information visit the following website and see example #1:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: E-mail-form
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- Adobe LiveCycle
The attachment can only be renamed by submitting to a server-side script. ASP.net and PHP scripts are also able to email the PDF submission using SMTP instead of 3rd party client-side email software such as OUTLOOK or webmail.For more information and online examples visit the following website:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: EULA agreement for submitting forms with Acrobat 11?
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
The 500 limit on distribution and data extraction only applies to Reader Extended Forms.

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Re: Problem with Submit via Email Button
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
Here's a link with instructions on how to enable Adobe Reader as the default PDF Reader, and disable each browsers default PDF "Viewers".Acrobat Help | Display PDF in browser | Acrobat, Reader XIIE doesn't have a built in PDF Viewer, and other browser's PDF Viewers such as Chrome and FF, don't allow submissions.Note: Adobe Reader users need to have the form's usage rights extended so Adobe Reader users can submit PDF format. Otherwise, Adobe Reader users are limited to submitting data formats on...

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Re: How do I create a submit button for my form? I would like it to send the completed PDF to an email address
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
If you set the submit button using the mailto command, the end users will need client-side email software setup correctly.To bypass client-side email software you can set the submit button to point to a server-side script such as PHP or ASP.net.For online examples:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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Re: Submit PDF form data to URL without submit button
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- Adobe LiveCycle
Check out the following:http://www.nk-inc.com/software/fdftoolkit.net/examples/You can download the open source edition for free:http://fdftoolkit.codeplex.comOr search for itextsharp on your favorite search engineNote: If you are able to use Static XFA forms or Acrobat PDFs you are able to parse and merge the submissions. If you are saving "Save As" a dynamic XFA PDF in LiveCycle, then your options are limited.

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Re: E-Mail button directly send without opening Outlook?
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NKOWA555
- Adobe LiveCycle
If you submit to a server-side script such as PHP or ASP.net, users can bypass client-side email software such as OUTLOOK:http://www.pdfemail.net/examples/

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