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Email Templates for SMTP and API Secure Email Sending

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Server-side email templates that can be utilized when sending email messages through LuxSci’s APIs and LuxSci’s SMTP services are now available.  In particular, users can:

  1. Create and manage up to 100 templates per user through LuxSci’s web site or via API commands.
    1. Templates can not only define the subject and bodies of the messages that use them, they can also control how these messages will be encrypted (or not).
  2. Send messages using templates via API commands or SMTP — so message content can be retrieved from the server-side templates rather than sent with every message
  3. Use dynamic place holders so the template content can be customized on a per-message basis (i.e., like “mail merge”).
  4. Send unique per-message attachments that will be attached to the template-derived messages.

That’s it — templates made simple.

Wish your Web Site Form submissions could turn into PDFs?

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Would you like this work flow?

  1. People fill out forms on your web site
  2. They press “Submit”
  3. You get that submissions as PDFs that looks just like you need them to

It is simple; we find many organizations are looking for this because either:

  • Their people are used to processing documents that look a specific way — and if their web site submissions could look like the forms people are used to … then processing accuracy is improved and change is minimized
  • PDFs are a standard way of saving and archiving documents
  • Maybe you also want to collect a signature on your web form and have the PDF signed

Most web form processing solutions do not have the capacity to produce flattened, custom PDFs from your web form submissions; almost none can also do it securely, in a HIPAA-compliant manner.

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Give your PDF Form users a Personalized Success Page

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Fillable PDF forms are nice, but one down side is that the only thing that you can give the end users after s/he clicks on the submit button is a static PDF file (i.e. “Thank you for your submission…”).

LuxSci SecureForm service now enables you to dynamically personalize this success PDF.

  1. Make the Success PDF also a PDF form with some or all of the same fields that your original PDF form has
  2. SecureForm can fill in these form fields in the Success PDF with the user submitted data.
  3. The resulting form is then given back to the user (flattened or not … up to you)

Dynamic Success PDFs make it a snap to have personalized success pages or to give the user back a copy of the submitted PDF.  You could also have a copy of the submitted data emailed to the end user.

Automated Emails now Spiffier and Brandable

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

LuxSci sends many different kinds of automated email messages to users and account administrators.  Some examples include:

  • Support Ticket updates
  • Alerts of login successes and/or failures
  • Spam quarantine reports
  • Reports on the failed sending of email messages or spam feedback loops
  • Notifications of reaching or exceeding various types of limits
  • Status notifications from automated or periodic processes
  • many, many more

Until recently, a large majority of these automated email messages were simple “plain text” messages and the ones that were HTML, used very simple, plain markup.

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View, Search, Print, Download your Web/PDF Form Posts Like a Boss

Monday, February 25th, 2013

By popular demand, LuxSci is pleased to announce a new feature that vastly simplifies and speeds access to and management of your web and PDF form post data.  SecureForm now includes a web-based user interface for searching, sorting, viewing, downloading, and printing all of your form post data.  It’s quick, accessible to non-administrators, and works with any form where you are saving copies of the post data to a database on LuxSci servers.

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