as alternatives to the FILE, FTP and SMTP message types?
That's a long-standing feature request, methinks.
asked 14 Jun '11, 16:34
Well, there seems to be a coming 12.0.1 EBF that allows for that - great (and unexpected!) news in my opinion.
It's not yet available for Windows and Linux but already there for Max OS X.
EDIT: 184.108.40.20656 is now available for Windows.
Have a look at that CR number from 220.127.116.1146 - and start to get excited:)
[Note: Dear iAnywhere folks, in general I don't like to announce neither something that's not my product nor before it's available - but sometimes I think a little bit more than the usual "stealth marketing" is worthwhile. I hope you don't mind:)]
Yes, 18.104.22.16846 or above.
answered 14 Jun '11, 16:39