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November 14, 2011 /Online Services /

Outlook Plug-in, One-click Convert to PDF Make SendNow File Transfers Faster, Easier

We’re always thinking of ways to make Adobe SendNow the easiest to use – and most powerful – online file transfer service on the planet. Today, we have some big news for you.

We’re introducing Adobe SendNow for Microsoft Outlook – our new plug-in that lets you send large files right from your email program. Now you don’t have to deal with your IT department blocking you from sending large files. All you need to do is upload it to SendNow. Instead of having your large file go into the recipient’s Junk e-mail folder, you can track the files and know when recipients receive them. And recipients get a download-from link instead of a large mailbox-jamming attachment. What could be easier?

We’re also introducing one-click Convert to PDF. It lets you convert a file to PDF before you send it. We’ve combined PDF conversion (you get an unlimited number of conversions, by the way) and file transfer to get your important documents to others faster. When speed is of the essence – and when isn’t it? – Convert to PDF saves the step of having to use a separate PDF conversion service. What could be faster?

Both the Outlook plug-in and one-click Convert to PDF are available now. Convert to PDF is free and is available with both Basic and Plus SendNow subscription levels.

The Outlook plug-in is available for free download, and capabilities are linked to subscription levels .

So if speed and ease of use are important to getting your job done, what are you waiting for? Check out Adobe SendNow.

William Lau, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat Solutions

Categories: Online Services


  • By Xav - 1:00 AM on June 15, 2012   Reply

    Looks great !

    Do we have any chances to have it in Outlook 2011 for MAC as well ?


    • By ___________________________________________ - 2:14 PM on June 18, 2012   Reply

      Hi Xavier. You can find the latest Mac-compatible version of Adobe SendNow here:

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