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FolderMill 4.7 Released: New Features for ZPL Filetypes and more
The latest FolderMill 4.7 offers a range of new features for Zebra ZPL files and CAD drawings auto processing (and more).
FolderMill 4.7 has a range of new features and filetypes.
With newly added Outlook Data File (.pst), Offline Outlook Data File (.ost), P7M (smime.p7m) formats, customers can now leverage the program to auto convert these types of emails – for archiving or other purposes. Besides commonly used office formats like Word, Excel, and PDF, FolderMill can also process EML and MSG email messages.
For those who work with shipping labels, barcodes, or packing slips, FolderMill 4.7 offers a new ability to print ZPL and files containing ZPL code directly to a thermal label printer using the Generic / Text Only Driver.
CAD specialists who print or convert drawings to PDF get some new features too. FolderMill can now use SHX fonts and is compatible with the latest eDrawings Viewer 2020.
Another newly supported filetype is DICOM (.dcm, .dic). This format is used to store and transfer medical imaging information and related data.
Medical clinics and hospitals have document flows (such as medical evaluations, records, patient cards, and more) that require timely processing. To help them during the Coronavirus-related crisis, fCoder provides it's software for free. Until the end of summer, healthcare organizations worldwide can request a perpetual license of FolderMill for their needs and get it at no charge.
FolderMill is a software product used by various organizations and companies to automate printing and conversion of documents and images in the Windows environment. The application monitors and automatically processes incoming files copied by end-users to a regular Windows folder.
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