Productive Computing, Inc. Releases the Mail Manipulator Plug-in

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[] San Diego, CA - Productive Computing, Inc., a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance, today announced the release of the Mail Manipulator Plug-in for FileMaker Pro. The Mail Manipulator plug-in provides an efficient way to exchange data between FileMaker(R) Pro and Mac OS X Mail(R) using nothing more than FileMaker script steps, no AppleScript or XML programming is required.

Import e-mails including attachments from Mac Mail into FileMaker. This allows you to create a complete archive of all e-mail correspondence in your FileMaker solution that can be shared with the entire organization.

Send plain text formatted e-mails with multiple attachments. There is no limit to how many attachments you can send.

Moves e-mail between Mac Mail folders which allows you to create archives within your Mac Mail folder structure and further organizes your processed e-mail. The plug-in supports Exchange, IMAP and POP mail account types.

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.5-10.6
* FileMaker Pro 8 thru 11

Pricing and Availability:
A single user Mail Manipulator plug-in license is priced at $74.95 (USD) and available from the Productive Computing website.

Since 1996, Productive Computing, Inc. has been helping its customers become more efficient and profitable by providing a solid foundation of indispensable software and computer support services. These services include custom FileMaker Pro database development, consulting, IT support and hosting services. Productive Computing, Inc. also produces several software solutions such as Core3 CRM, Core2 CRM, Core2 Invoices, OrgPlanner and IT Asset Manager as well as a suite of FileMaker Pro plug-ins that allow FileMaker Pro to integrate with third party applications including Outlook, QuickBooks, Entourage, the Apple Address Book, Apple Mail and iCal, PDF forms, digital signatures and biometric fingerprint scanners. Copyright (C) 2011 Productive Computing, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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