I have here with the PowerArchiver Outlook Plug-In 3.04 the following Problem.
When I wanted to go to the options in outlkook 2007 and than go to the Register powerarchiver, then Outlook seems for a short time to be broken, but than the Register powerarchiver opens in a Windows which is as big as the Monitor.
In this Windows I can not make any changes or so.
I can only close the windows with alt + F4, but than the whole Option Windows is closed.
Here is a Screen with Outlook 2007and PowerArchiver Outlook Plug-In 2.4
This Screens shows Outlook 2007 with the PowerArchiver for Office Plug-In 3.04
So at the Moment I Need to go back to the Plug in 2.4 because this version works good for me.
If I choose compress with options, and then try to create my own filename for an archive, I cannot do it. I have to choose one of your profiles from the shell, compress it, and then rename it to what I want. One of the many reasons I want to be able to add my profiles to the shell.
. . . on either the 64 or 32 bit machines. I keep getting an authentication error.
Adding my PW does not help.
But from within PA, I can get to my AC.
I am guessing that ZTE 2013 doesn’t play well with the upgraded (upgrading) AC server.
BTW. It also does not work the way it should within Outlook. the dialogue opens, but it does not compress it and does not send it to the attachment cloud.
I noticed that when the user opens the AC and right clicks on a file, there is a grayed out option: “Copy to Clipboard direct download link.”
Will this be active in the next update?
If we plop this link in an email, will it be governed by the settings in ZTE – e.g., how long the recipient has to download it, whether it notifies us when it is downloaded, etc.?
And will the next version have the correct version number in the about screen? I do not it confusing when the number and revision date are incorrect.
Any chance you will be adding a delete option? If not, will there be a column that shows the user if the file is still active (can still be downloaded)?
I am working windows machine.
I need code for ziping file using powerarchiver in command prompt. For unzip i will use the below code.
C:\Projects\Wrigley\POWERARC.EXE -e “C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\wa\ka6timwh.zip” “C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\wa”
But i don’t have zip code. can you please provide me.
I noticed that ZTE Requires the user to type in their details via the Configuration page.
Now, this kinda looks off to me as once the user registers their details its a tab that just sits there.
Could you either Duplicate the Pop up box used in PowerArchiver? Or move the Register section into the “About” page at the mid bottom page.
That way you are keeping all Data on the version, the user and the conditions on one tab.
And if that works and looks neat you could roll that over to PowerArchiver and remove it’s pop up window.
I understand that ZTE ideally is to be kept separate from PA.
But due to some of the features Utilizing the same as PowerArchiver’s Application such as FTP.
It would be good if the user could interact with those inside either applications.
For example for FTP users may have PA Profiles already setup and wish to use them or edit them slightly, So what would be create is two tick boxs in the ZTE Configuration screen under FTP (Pro) -> Profiles;Import PowerArchiver’s FTP Profiles
Sync PowerAchiever’s FTP Profiles
The user can only choose one option and when they do the other box greys out.
An exact copy of PA’s FTP Profiles into ZTE at that time yet enables the user to change them without it modifying PAs profile.
Basically it adjusts ZTE’s FTP Profile to use PowerArchiver’s FTP Profile. Any changes in either application is synced between them.
This would be very handy for users like me, who can use either or and don’t want to be duplicating settings all the time.
I have just registered my Copy of ZTE withing Office 2010 (No Service Pack) on Windows XP Pro SP3.
The product registered without a problem. But one thing i have noticed is the Register Icon that appears within the Ribbon still appears.
I know in VBA you can do this so can you set it up that when the product is registered successfully you remove that “Register” icon?
I cannot get the attachment cloud to work. It does not send me an verification email. And I doing something wrong?
Two glitches with ZTE (when I use my own server):encryption doesn’t work. I have to use plain FTP. if the file name has any spaces in it (and many of mine do), the hyperlink does not work. ZTE sets up a hyperlink only to the end of the first word in the filename; so it doesn’t really work unless I truncate the name before sending.
No major disaster, but something odd.
I decided to remove ZTE and go back to PAOP.
It had one odd consequence. It fouled up my FTP settings which I could fix only by uninstalling and then reinstalled PA.
It may be that there is is minor tweak that would solve this problem.
BTW, I had exactly the same thing happen on two different machines – both running Win 7, but one running 32 bit and one 64.
Hello dear friends/users.
This is the start of Alpha testing for ZTE - Zip to Email.
What is ZTE?
ZTE is standalone application designed to help you email attachments better. It is PAOP on steroids.
How can ZTE be used?Shell Extensions - shell extensions will let you compress/encrypt and email any group of files. Outlook Plugin - Outlook plugin will automatically compress/encrypt any attachments sent via Outlook, based on your set preferences.
What are the features?Compress files to ZIP, ZIPX, 7zip, CAB, TAR.GZ and SFX formats. Encrypt files with ZIP AES with FIPS 140-2 certification. Extensive filter support to exclude attachments based on file size or file extension.
Extra FeaturesIntegration with FTP/HTTP server. This lets you setup your own FTP server to upload attachments to and ZTE will insert HTTP link to it, so you have your own “cloud” setup. Integration with AttachmentCloud. Our own cloud service, upcoming. Right now you can setup account via installation and use it, Website is not ready yet.
Zip to Email (ZTE) is completely standalone and does not require PowerArchiver. It is best if you uninstall PAOP first if you are using it right now.
AC setup shows under installation screen so it cant be seen easily
Installing it on Windows 7 SP1 x32 with Outlook 2010 x32. Seemed to stall out during install (removing backup files) but even after closing the install it seems to have installed fine.
It hung trying to finish the install for me, and for whatever reason I am not seeing any shell options at all other than my normal PA ones. Ill do a uninstall/reinstall tomorrow and report back.
move this to another thread, now in 1.00.12 AC setup runs independently from setup, so you can close the setup even if you didnt configure AC (or seen the window).