I am testing your Image to PDF Converter GUI and Command Line products to convert incoming fax file on a server to pdf.

Hi,

I am testing your product to convert incoming fax file on a server to pdf.

The files are in tiff format.

I need to monitor the folder and convert. - testin testout

I am testing imgtopdf gui which works fine.
Q: Can it be run as a service on windows 2008r2?

I am also testing the command line version
Q: Can it delete the file after conversion?

Q: Referring to both products - can it handle open files as the fax could take a few minutes to build the file. ideally it will not try to convert an open file.

Thanks.
Customer
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>>I am testing imgtopdf gui which works fine.
>>Q: Can it be run as a service on windows 2008r2

Sorry, Image to PDF GUI can't be run as a Service, every time when you reboot the system, you need to run Image to PDF GUI software to monitor a folder manually.

>>I am also testing the command line version
>>Q: Can it delete the file after conversion?

Yes, you can delete the original TIFF files after conversion, that's no problem, such as,

img2pdf.exe -o D:\testout.pdf D:\testin.tif
del /y D:\testin.tif

>>Q: Referring to both products - can it handle open files as the fax
>>could take a few minutes to build the file. ideally it will not try to
>>convert an open file.

Thanks for your message, yes, img2pdf.exe (Image to PDF Converter Command Line) software doesn't convert an opened TIFF file, it will not convert this TIFF file to PDF file until this TIFF file be created and closed completely.

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