- Getting Started
- Server Plug-in
- Example Databases
- Integrating the plug-in
- Coding Considerations
- Error List
- Runtime Solutions
- Credits and Contact
Register the plug-in
If you have purchased a license for the plug-in, you can now register the demo plug-in with your license key to make it the "paid" plug-in. When you register the plug-in, the license information is stored on your computer so you only have to register the one time.
You do not have to purchase a license in order to test the plug-in. Our 30-day free demo is fully functional and works exactly the same as the "paid" plug-in. In fact, the demo and the "paid" plug-in file is the exact same file. You simply register the demo plug-in file and it becomes the "paid" version.
Register using the Configuration Dialog
Register using the plug-in's register function
To register via function, place the SMTPit_Register function in a script or button step calculation and enter your details into the function. For example:
SMTPit_Register( "First Name" ; "Last Name" ; "1234-5678-1234-5678" )
Registering multiple computers with a script
If you have many computers using the plug-in, manually registering each one can be a hassle. An easy solution is to create a startup script in your database that uses either a Set Field or Set Variable script step to call the SMTPit_Register function. The downside to this is the FileMaker user will see a dialog pop-up that requires them to accept the license agreement. To remedy this, use the optional "I Accept the License Agreement" parameter of the SMTPit_Register function. For example:
SMTPit_Register( "FirstName" ; "LastName" ; "1234-5678-1234-5678" ; "I Accept the License Agreement" )
This is really only needed for people who have Site/Worldwide Licenses that have a startup script which registers the plugin every time the solution starts.
Note, users with a Developer License should not use this parameter, as it will not work correctly. Please see your developer instructions you received when your license was purchased.
Unregister using the Configuration Dialog
Continue to Testing the plug-in.