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Flexible Document Delivery (FDD) Implementation v5.4 – 6.x

Flexible Document Delivery (FDD) Implementation v5.4 – 6.x

Fitrix Flexible Document Delivery (FDD) allows you to automatically deliver documents such as invoices, statements, purchase orders (and more) via email, fax, and regular mail.

The following steps define the implementation process for configuring your Linux server and Fitrix to implement this feature. If you would like assistance with all or part of this implementation, please contact your Fitrix sales representative.

FDD Requires PDF Print

These steps assume you have already implemented PDF Print

Fitrix FDD Linux pre-requisites checklist

This checklist identifies all of the additional Linux configuration requirements for this feature. These are in addition to the Linux requirements for the basic Fitrix installation and the PDF print implementation that are pre-requisites to this FDD implementation. Please note that detailed instructions are not provided for these Linux systems administration steps. Please consult your Linux documentation or contact your Fitrix sales representative if you want assistance with these.

Fitrix FDD Linux pre-requisites checkout script

Install this checkout script on your Linux server and run it to find out if all of the configuration requirements have been met. Do Not Open This File – this is a Linux shell script. Save it and transfer it to your Linux server and execute it.

 Fitrix FDD pre-installation questionnaire

If Fourth Generation Software will be performing your implementation, please fill out all of the information on this form and return it to your Fourth Generation project manager or sales representative. (Choose 1)

Fitrix FDD installation instructions

Follow these instructions to complete the implementation of Fitrix FDD once the Linux pre-requisites have been met.

Fitrix FDD installation script

Download and Install this script on your Linux server if you are performing the installation yourself. Do Not Open This File – this is a Linux shell script. Save it and transfer it to your Linux server and execute it.