Febooti, Ltd. is a privately held company, based in the Europe. We always pay great attention to our product quality. From carefully considering the functionality and user interface to thoroughly testing the end result, each and every step is taken with integrity to provide a reliable automation experience to our users.
We know how important it is that the software just does what you need. By weaving together aesthetically pleasing interface and under-the-hood technological sophistication, we strive to offer automation products that are both pleasure to use and capable to deliver.
By automating repetitive tasks, both costs are cut effectively and processes are made faster by connecting them in a newly created intermediate layer capable of complex solutions without human intervention.
This is where Automation Workshop kicks in by intelligently automating multitude of steps! Task automation diminishes unnecessary human participation and, as a consequence, time detracted from primary tasks. By automating tasks, both costs are cut effectively and processes are made faster. Not only human errors and unnecessary delays are effectively excluded, but also provides visual tools to gather full information on past automatic processes.
With Command line email you can send simple text and complex HTML formatted messages, attach files, documents and images to email, send email from Scheduled Tasks, CGI scripts or virtually any program that can execute external commands.
Advanced features allows to use parameters from a text file or files, set message text encoding (Unicode, UTF-8, etc.), use MIME encoding (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions), use various authentication methods such as AUTH PLAIN, LOGIN, NTLM, CRAM-MD5 and auto detect, establish a secure communication session with SMTP server using secure SSL or STARTTLS features, unlimited TO, CC and BCC number of recipients.
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Automation Workshop improved both my productivity and computer reliability — unnecessary delays are effectively excluded!—Matt R.