The latest update for Total Access Emailer 2010 is:
14.02.0001 (released August 28, 2012)
This update is available free of charge to owners of Total Access Emailer 2010.
Notification and download instructions for receiving the patch were emailed to registered owners. If you did not receive instructions, please contact us so we can update your information.
These features were added in version 14.02.0001:
International encoding of emails is a new feature in version 14. It supports extended characters of non-Roman/ASCII characters (e.g. Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Russian, etc.). It encodes the emails to support these double byte characters. If you do want to use plain ASCII text, you can turn off international encoding. Simply set the International Encoding option from the Options from on the SMTP Settings tab.
This impacts the usysTEmailerOptions table and requires updating it to store this field. This could have a compatibility problem with older versions of Total Access Emailer. If you uncheck this option on a database that has an existing table, you are prompted to update the table. This isn't an issue when Total Access Emailer is run on a database for the first time.
We've updated the controls used by Total Access Emailer to support attached file names with non-ASCII characters, long subject lines that included extra spaces, and other SMTP protocol adjustments.
The Setup program now lets you install Total Access Emailer for the machine or user to address situations where an administrator installs the program for a user without admin rights. With machine installation, anyone who can log into the machine with rights to the installation folder can run Total Access Emailer from the add-in menu.
Version 14.00.0007 included the following enhancement:
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