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Solution for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, designed for automatic processing of emails and attached files

Attachment Save for Exchange is a solution designed for automatic processing of emails and attached files. It works with Microsoft Exchange Server 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003.

The product allows saving/deleting messages and attached files based upon specified criteria directly while message passing (sending/receiving) through Exchange server. Using this attachment manager, you are able to block attachments, remove attachments and save attachments easily.

Attachment Save assists you with optimizing attachments exchange process in the organisation. It reduces extremely large traffic growth that might appear by attachments exchange.

The product consists of two components: Management Console, which can be installed on any workstation in domain and transport agents set on Exchange servers, Microsoft Small Business Server 2011.

Suitable system of rules consisting of conditions, actions and exceptions should allow setting criteria for processing both incoming and outgoing messages and attached files.

Attachment Save for Exchange processes email messages and attached files of all types.

Key Features:

  • Multiple setting of message processing rules provide huge possibilities to catalog the saved messages and attachments: you can save only those elements you really require selecting by file type and name and placing them in corresponding storages.
  • Special system for centralised monitoring of the current product status and total performance of the application. Control over the whole system of rules could be done from one console.
  • The installation process and product management is unified for all Exchange Server versions. Product installation and deployment is performed with the help of a convenient installation wizard, while management (creation and setting of rules for saving/deleting messages and attached files) is carried out by means of the console. The company-wide product deployment is possible from any single computer/server, which could be also used to setup and adjust rules for all Exchange servers in the company.

Atomik Xport - Features

Atomik Xport Personal Edition

Atomik Xport Standard Edition







Atomik Xport Personal Edition

Atomik Xport Personal Edition (PE)enables you to automatically extract QuarkXPress content into wellformed XML.

How does it work?

In order to produce useful XML from QuarkXPress, Atomik Xport PE must identify and label content from the QuarkXPress document. It achieves this by scanning the document box, by box, according to the order specified in the Atomik Xport PE preferences. Content is identified and tagged primarily by looking for styling changes in the document and labelling content based on the style sheets applied, the formatting or a combination of both.

Exactly what is extracted can be further controlled through various options in the Atomik Xport PE preferences. For example whether to consider character style changes, only to extract content that uses specific style sheet names, whether or not to include image references in the XML and which additional styling should be embedded.

The exported XML is well-formed, meaning it adheres to the the rules for XML but does not adhere to a predefined DTD. However Atomik Xport PE can also auto-generate a DTD to match the exported XML, in essence making it valid XML i.e. conforming to a DTD.

Why XML?

XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a markup language that enables you to label content in such a way that anyone can use it. XML offers numerous benefits, most notably that it is mediaindependent, flexible and an open standard. Media-independence means being able to easily publish content to multiple media. XML has been long acknowledged as the ideal format to achieve this as it enables the content to be stored independently of its layout. The flexibility of XML means that as long as a publication has some structure to it such as in a magazine, book or newspaper, you are able to store it in XML. Even if a publication has no structure at all, it can still be stored in XML, its just that its usefulness is diminished.

XML is also an open standard. It is not owned or controlled by any single corporation but by an independent standards body, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This means your content should never again be trapped in a proprietary file format.

What can you do with XML?

XML is now supported by thousands of applications including the latest versions of the leading Web browsers and the majority of database applications and content management and asset management systems. This means once your content is in XML it can pretty much travel anywhere.

Who is Atomik Xport Personal Edition for?

Anyone requiring a minimal setup, low cost method of exporting QuarkXPress content into well-formed XML either for reuse in other media or for archiving. It is an ideal entry-level solution for companies that require more sophistication than is available in the low-end XML XTensions but don't require the sophistication of Atomik Xport Standard or Developer Editions.

Atomik Xport PE is also perfect for companies that have a wide variety of QuarkXPress documents that do not share common design or layouts and for whom strictly valid XML is not required.

Atomik Xport Personal Edition features include:

Automatically extracts QuarkXPress content as XML
Atomik Xport PE enables you to automatically extract the contents of QuarkXPress documents as well-formed XML.

Auto DTD generation
Can automatically create a DTD to fit the well-formed XML extraction making it notionally valid

Exports image data
Any images in the QuarkXPress document can be referenced in the XML including the image name, path, type, scale, size and colour space. Additionally inline image extraction enables image references to maintain their exact geometric position within a text flow.

Box ordering control
Users can specify the order in which Atomik Xport PE extracts the contents from the QuarkXPress document and even group content together.

Support for paragraph and character-level styling
Atomik Xport PE can identify content using styling information at both a paragraph and character level. This enables extremely granular content extraction.

Doesnt require the use of paragraph or character style sheets
Although there are immense benefits to using paragraph and character style sheets in your QuarkXPress documents, you can still use Atomik Xport PE even if you havent used them.

Batch processing
Select a folder and Atomik Xport PE will automatically export XML from all of the QuarkXPress documents in that folder.

Control what is exported and the granularity
User configurable setup specifies what content to export and the level of granularity required. You can even set up a filter to only export content that is styled with QuarkXPress style sheet names that contain specified text strings e.g. headline, body text and author.

Optional inclusion of Formatting in XML
A range of QuarkXPress formatting information can also be optionally included within the extracted XML. This includes font face, font size, style sheet, bold, italics and even entire style sheet definitions.

Support for UTF-8, UTF-16, ISO-8859 and ASCII/Unicode
Decide upon your preferred character encoding method to ensure the XML is in the format you require for its final destination.

Benefits


  • Reduced cost of reusing print content for the Web & other media
  • Low cost and rapid archiving of QuarkXPress print content
  • Maximises content value and creates new revenue potential
  • Minimal impact on existing print workflows
  • Extremely easy to use.

Atomik Xport Standard Edition

Atomik Xport Standard Edition is ideal for repurposing existing QuarkXPress content for web, mobile, PDA or any other XML related publishing, hence enabling companies to maximise the value of their content.

Liberate content

QuarkXPress is used by millions of people all over the world to create a wide variety of publications from daily newspapers through to monthly magazines. With the advent of the Web, wireless devices, ebooks and cross-media publishing in general, extracting content from QuarkXPress so that it can be re-used has become of paramount importance. Equally important is how you can make the process fast, accurate and efficient.

Atomik Xport solves these important issues by enabling you to automatically extract QuarkXPress content as valid XML. There are two key components to the Atomik Xport product, Atomik Xport and Atomik Enhancer. Atomik Xport is XTensions software for QuarkXPress that extracts the contents of QuarkXPress documents as XML. It does this by utilising the existing paragraph and character attribute information contained in the QuarkXPress documents and relating this to the corresponding XML elements defined in a DTD (see below for details).

Enhance content

Once the content has been extracted from QuarkXPress as XML, you can optionally use Atomik Enhancer to further transform and enhance the XML. For example you can add additional information, known as metadata, to the XML documents such as the publishers name and copyright details, even though they were not in the original QuarkXPress document. In this way you are enhancing the value of the content and enabling wider use and faster, more accurate information retrieval.

Why XML?

XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a markup language that enables you to label content in such a way that anyone can use it. XML offers numerous benefits, most notably that it is mediaindependent, flexible and an open standard. Media-independence is being able to easily publish content to multiple media. XML has been long acknowledged as the ideal format to achieve this as it enables the content to be stored independently of its layout. Increasingly, companies are moving to content centric workflows with XML as the chosen content format.

The flexibility of XML means that as long as a publication has some structure to it such as in a magazine, book or newspaper, you are able to store it in XML. This flexibility is achieved by describing the structure and content of your publication using a DTD (Document Type Definition). A DTD is simply a definition of a certain type of XML document. Through the use of a DTD you can create XML documents to perfectly match with your content. XML that adheres to a DTD is known as valid XML. Companies can either create their own DTDs or use one of thousands of industry specific DTDs already freely available on the Web.

XML is also an open standard. It is not owned or controlled by any single corporation but by an independent standards body, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This means your content should never again be trapped in a proprietary file format.

What can you do with XML?

XML is now supported by thousands of applications including the latest versions of the leading Web browsers, most database applications and content management and asset management systems. Additionally, new data transmission formats such as ICE and SOAP are based on XML.

Atomik Xport Standard Edition features include:

Automatically extracts QuarkXPress content as XML
Atomik Xport enables you to automatically extract the contents of QuarkXPress documents as structured and valid XML.

Document by document processing
Atomik Xports unique Automated Matching System enables the extraction of entire QuarkXPress documents as XML in seconds. For more control, users can manually add or remove content as well.

Automatic image extraction
Atomik Xport extracts image references automatically too. This includes the file name, path and other attributes, thus maintaining the relationship between the text content and the images. Additionally inline image extraction enables image references to maintain their exact geometric position within a text flow.

Support for paragraph and character-level styling
Atomik Xport can identify content using styling at both a paragraph and character level. This enables very granular content extraction. For example it could identify and label an email address within a paragraph of text and assigning it to a specific XML element.

Works with tabular data
By using advanced geometric techniques, Atomik Xport pinpoints the rows and columns in tables, enabling tabular data to be extracted in structured XML table format.

Optional inclusion of formatting in XML
A range of QuarkXPress formatting information can also be optionally included within the extracted XML. This includes font face, font size, style sheet, bold, italics, underlines and more.

Enhances XML content
Atomik Enhancer enables you to add additional metadata to the extracted XML, automatically change image paths and split bulk XML into individual XML files for each article or other defined element.

Verification of XML document structure
Creates well-formed and valid XML files that conform to a predefined DTD and current XML standards.

Preview and proof content
Preview content in Atomik Xport before the XML is created or configure Atomik Xport to create content proofing files of any ignored content.

Works with Quark Publishing System (QPS)
Compatible with QuarkXPress documents stored in QPS. Additional automation is possible using Atomik Xport Developer Edition.

Server Automation

Atomik Xport Developer Edition(available separately) enables automated, batch processing of QuarkXPress documents into XML in a server environment. See separate Atomik Xport Developer Edition information sheet for further details.

Benefits

  • Reduced cost of reusing print content for the Web & other media
  • Ensures accurate content extraction
  • Maximises content value and creates new revenue potential
  • Minimal impact on existing print workflows
  • Enables everyone to focus on their core competencies
  • Fast return on investment.

Atomik Xport - System Requirements

System Requirements

  • QuarkXPress or QuarkXPress Passport 4.11 or 5.01
  • Mac OS 8.5 or higher, Windows 98, 2000, XP, ME or NT 4.0
  • 5MB of RAM over and above that used by QuarkXPress or QuarkXPress Passport
  • 4MB additional hard disk space for the Atomik Xport XTensions software
  • Further disk space is required for installation of documentation, tutorial files, Atomik Enhancer and the Atomik Xport archive files (20 MB suggested).

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