2 message to message – Kofax Communication Server 9.1.1 User Manual
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For each copy operation a window opens
If the message is saved to the message folder or to a private folder, a user-ID and a file name must be
If the message is saved to the system folder, a folder name and a file name must be specified.
If the message is saved to the FIS folder, only a file name must be specified
If the message is opened from the inbox or outbox, you can select to terminate the message after
Click the OK button to save the message to the selected folder
4.25.2 Message to Message
When you drag and drop text from one message to another, you can either move or copy. (Remember that
you have to be in Text Mode to select text.) You can also copy or move a single recipient from the
Recipient list to any other open message. The destination message may be reduced to an icon in the main
window during drag and drop, but such icons are only visible when the onscreen window is not maximized.
4.25.3 From Message Folder, FIS Folder or System Folder to Message
When you copy a message from the Message Folder, FIS Folder or System Folder to an open message,
the dragged message is linked to the open message. A message displayed in the message area in Text
Mode looks like this:
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Subsequent changes to the source message are automatically made in the destination message, because
only one version of the message exists.
4.25.4 From IN Box, OUT Box or Personal Folders to Message
When you copy a message from the IN Box, OUT Box or a personal folder to an open message, the
dragged message is embedded in the open message. A message displayed in the message area in Text
Mode looks as follows:
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The source message is completely embedded in the destination message. Changes made later to the
source message have no effect on the destination message because the destination message contains a
copy of the source message.
4.25.5 Dragging Messages from a Folder to an Open Message
Follow these steps to drag a message from a folder to an open message: