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Old June 15th, 2018, 08:41 PM
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So have a client on the hook, around 50,000 postcards a month-- double sided variable text. Simple stuff happy birthday, QR code, coupon exp date, etc.

Each grouping will be 400-2500 records to one LAYOUT.

is there a way i can set each job as a call back, and run them STACKED.

So we mark the data to the key code - so
Version1 matches to data1 and so on (Variable placement will be different from Version 1 to Version X but the fields will all be the same data file).
Looking to call the layouts (both static and variable based on the KEYCODE in the data file - thus getting me the best postage rates as well as making this easy to produce)

f i can automate this over running 85 smaller jobs. Easier to keep track of 1 output file, then 85 output files.
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Old June 18th, 2018, 09:22 AM
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Default Re: Best Practices

We do have a custom solution for a workflow like the one you describe, where you can basically merge multiple jobs into one big postal sort. We call this "ganged up imposition." It requires FusionPro VDP Server. Please inquire with Sales.
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