pdfMachine merge is a powerful tool which sends batches of personalized emails with personalized PDF attachments. It can be configured to perform the merges in a number of different ways.
This is a typical use of pdfMachine merge, where there is a one to one relationship between rows in the spreadsheet and emails sent.Go to example
Each person may have completed a number of courses, so instead of sending them multiple emails with a single attachment, one email is sent with multiple attachments.Go to example
The recipient receives two attachments that are based on different templates. The letter is derived from a Word document and the certificate from a Powerpoint presentation.
pdfMachine merge allows you to designate multiple dynamically generated PDF attachments.Go to example
Adjacent rows in the spreadsheet with the same email address are used to produce a single PDF invoice with line items. This is an advanced example where the 'rows to email' method is 'One or more rows generates a email'.Go to example
Each row in the spreadsheet produces a PDF - however if adjacent rows in the spreadsheet have the same email address, the PDFs are combined together and only one email with one attachment is sent.Go to example
Along with the dynamically generated PDFs, you can attach files that already exist to each email sent. e.g The same file is sent to each person in the spreadsheet.Go to example
You can attach files that already exist to each email sent. These files can be different for each email. e.g A n existing file specific to the recipient is sent with each email. Merge fields from the spreadsheet are used to specify which file goes with which email.Go to example
You can apply security settings and/or stamps to the PDF files that are attached to each email sent. e.g A PDF is password protected and stamped as confidential then sent as an email attachment.Go to example
How to create an Excel or CSV data source for a mail merge operation.Go to example