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View Poll Results: what applcation by DynoPlex you use most often?
eSpell 4 25.00%
eCell 3 18.75%
eWord 6 37.50%
ViewAll for xls and docs 6 37.50%
View All for PDF and images 5 31.25%
View All for fax and print 2 12.50%
viewing and editing attachments 2 12.50%
eFile Remote Desktop Access 2 12.50%
eFile Google Spreadheets 1 6.25%
eWorks 1 6.25%
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:20 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Can you send me a couple of those by email?
Sure thing...

One coming direct from the device and one from my PC.

Let me know what you get.
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:32 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Hi and thanks for yuor interest.
Siborg has provided an exhaustive answer I only can add that attachment service also requires Online file storage. Online File Storage software application is a unified communication solution for RIM BlackBerry, DynoPlex Inc.

You may also interested in MasterDoc which includes either Attachment editing or OFS or HI FI attachment viewer. It also has Print and Fax options available for the docs you store on your BB and Remote Desktop Access to work with files on your PC remotely. MasterDoc software application is a unified communication solution for RIM BlackBerry, DynoPlex Inc.
My advice would be to download a trial of MasterDoc, evaluate it and then decide whether you like the whole package or just some specific features.
Surely you wouldn't need Online File Storage to make Attachment Editing work if you were only using the device's SD Card and connecting to a PC with the USB cable???

MasterDoc may actually be a better option, then.

I still can't get Faxing to work, though!
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:51 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Surely you wouldn't need Online File Storage to make Attachment Editing work if you were only using the device's SD Card and connecting to a PC with the USB cable???

MasterDoc may actually be a better option, then.

I still can't get Faxing to work, though!
OFS is required to have access to our server to convert attachments.

I added you 7 days of trial for fax. Confrrim registration in eFile -> Start -> Settings -> register and let me know via email if you managed to send a fax.
And.. we do not support pps, just ppt files
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OFS is required to have access to our server to convert attachments.

I added you 7 days of trial for fax. Confrrim registration in eFile -> Start -> Settings -> register and let me know via email if you managed to send a fax.
And.. we do not support pps, just ppt files
What about Remote Desktop Access, instead of Online File Storage? It gives you access to the server and only costs $9.95!

Faxing is definitely still not working... I got a message from Support explaining that they were looking at overcoming problems with what must be an overloaded server.

You'll be pleased to hear that PPS files now work, though!
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