Step 1:

  • Start the converter.

Step 2:

  • In the field “Converted images…..”, press “…” button.

Step 3:

  • Select “Copy to E-mail” menu item and click on “New profile” subitem.

Step 4:

  • In the field after “Converted images will be send to E-Mail”, specify the email you want to send the message with resulting files to, e.g. “your@mail.com”.

If you have to deliver the message to several users, enter several email addresses separated by “;” character

By default, all subfolders of the added directories are converted. To disable this option, specify No in “Convert with subfolders” line.

Step 5:

Specify the following message fields:

  • “CC” – this field used to specify recipients for the message copy, e.g. “your2@mail.com”. This field may be left empty.
  • “Subject” – the subject of the resulting message, e.g. “ImageConverter Plus result”. This field may be left empty.
  • “Body” – message text. This field may be left empty.
  • “Encoding” – message encoding, used to correctly display the message in the mailing client or webmail interface.
    The default setting is “Windows-1256”, but to select the correct encoding, you should consult your provider or administrator.
  • “Sender name” – sender name, e.g. “icp@mail.com”.
  • “Sender address” – sender email address “ImageConverter Plus”.

Step 6:

Setup access to SMTP server:

  • “SMTP server” – IP address or domain name of the SMTP server, e.g. “smtp.mail.com”.
  • “port” – Port used to connect to the server (typically 25).

Step 7:

If your SMTP server needs authentification, select the needed authentification type and fill in the following fields:

  • In “User name” field, specify user name corresponding to the address specified in “Sender name” field.
  • In “User password” field, specify the password for the user specified in “User name” field.
  • Enable “Use secure connection (SSL)” option if SMTP server demands secure connection.

Step 8: