With the help of this activity, users can effortlessly convert saved *.eml or *.msg files into PDF format. Simply specify the path to the *.eml or *.msg file and the PDF file will be generated into a designated folder. This package streamlines the translation process for your convenience.
Some of the use cases where this activity can be of great help:
Archiving: PDF files provide a convenient and universal format for archiving emails. By saving emails as PDFs, you can ensure that they are preserved in a format that will be accessible and readable in the future, even if email software or file formats change.
Legal and compliance requirements: Many organizations are required to retain emails for legal and compliance purposes. Saving emails as PDFs can help ensure that they are properly preserved and can be easily retrieved if needed.
Sharing and collaboration: PDFs are a common and widely used format for sharing and collaborating on documents. By saving emails as PDFs, you can easily share them with others, regardless of the email client they use or the device they are using.
Formatting and content preservation: Saving emails as PDFs can help preserve the formatting and content of the original email, including any attachments. This can be useful if you need to refer back to the email at a later time or if you need to present it as evidence in a legal or regulatory proceeding.
This activity offers the following benefits that can enhance your email automation processes:
the ability to extract emails into HTML format, which can be useful in certain situations (e.g. convert an email into a web page).
the option to save emails as PDF files, including fields such as From, To, CC, BCC, and Attachments. This can come in handy when you need to preserve the formatting and content of an email.