I've created a "print to PDF" printer on my Windoze and Linux machines that
will do exacty what you want.
Basically, you print to an LPR printer on the Linux box. The Linux box
takes the PostScript input and dumps it to ghostscript and then emails the
resulting PDF file back to you.
If you want, I can send to you the 'mini-howto'.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sampo Nurmentaus" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 12:09 AM
Subject: [anomy-list]: Converting word docs to pdf
> Hello folks,
> I'm new with anomy I found it quite usefull.
> At the moment I would like to use it to
> convert ms-word attachments into pdf files.
> Simply because I have no word and I consider
> pdf files more secure.
> I figured out somthing like this:
> file_list_4 = (?i)\.(doc)$
> file_list_4_policy = drop:drop:mangle:drop
> file_list_4_scanner = -1:-1:0:/usr/local/bin/wvPDF %FILENAME
> %FILENAME.pdf >/dev/null 3>&1
> But in this process file name of the attachment changes,
> so anomy should take the newly created pdf an replace the .doc
> in the mail with this. Is there any easy way to do this?