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Description: Wise PDF Automail with a professional interface is an extraordinary and professional application designed to email PDF attachments. It can recognize the email address in the PDF files automatically and batch sending PDF attachments at one time. At the same time, Wise PDF Automail allows you to add watermarks, set security to your PDF files and send a plenty of PDF files, like bills, invoices, reports and so on.
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