Remote Control Your Toad

I’ve uploaded a paper entitled ‘RemoteToad.pdf’ to the Files section. It
demonstrates how Toad Actions can be executed remotely by simply sending
yourself an email with the name of the Action you want executed.

Isn’t it everyone’s dream to sit on the beach and be able to email your desktop
at work the various things you want done?

Now that is a work of art! Well done.

Nate Schroeder

US Seed & Trait Commercial IT - Data Management Team

Monsanto Company

800 N. Lindbergh Blvd. LC4D - Saint Louis, MO - 63167


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I am so sorry for the stupid question: How to navigate to this magic “File” section and download the “RemoteToad.pdf” file?


Not a stupid question!


For Toad 11.Next’s first beta in late September/early October we should have an
Outlook plugin available which puts “Toad” on your Outlook menu and enables you
to much more easily manage requests to run incoming Toad Actions. More news on
that later.

I’m only mentioning this now because I came across this old email and it’s
always fun to reply to an email a year later. Amazing how time flies.