SharePoint with Scinaptic OnePlaceMail

It is a common question in any SharePoint deployment how to manage emails in your SharePoint environment. We support two way synchronisation with MOSS 2007 and Outlook 2007, but what about with Outlook 2003? Or dragging and dropping any emails to SharePoint through outlook client?  or how to send document or image in desktop or…

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Why SQL Server 2008 with SharePoint

Improved Manageability – Manageability and governance is important for SharePoint as well as the SQL Server database engine. Now administrators can also benefit from the new management features introduced in SQL Server 2008 – from Policy-based administration to back-up compression.   Cost Savings/Reliability Backup compression (25-35% at least) Reporting Services in SharePoint Mode Data compression…

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SharePoint Record Management with RecordPoint

I like to share some information on a great partner product RecordPoint that enables SharePoint as a certified record management solution in Australia. Unique World RecordPoint enables your organisation to use Microsoft SharePoint 2007 to comply with Australian regulatory requirements (VERS, and ISO15489) and corporate retention and disposition policies. Features Create, classify, edit, circulate, search,…

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Windows Server 2008 with SharePoint

New .NET Windows Management Interface (WMI) that allows for IIS configuration from PowerShell scripts or custom .NET Framework applications Request Tracing features to improve diagnostics which reduce the time to analyse any issues through premier support Improved availability through immediate configuration changes without requiring site downtime Modular Architecture where only those modules required by the…

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Get domainusername instead of user full name?

To clarify the issue a little, when we try to add a user to a MOSS site, we get a result of domain\username instead of users full name appearing in MOSS People and Groups.  But it won’t let me edit the details such as name, work phone number or email. It’s all read only. To…

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WorleyParsons goes live with MOSS

The site and all components were to be reusable, so site templates, page layouts, content types and web parts were used extensively. This allows WorleyParsons employees with sufficient permissions to manage and maintain the website without requiring any assistance from developers. Smooth Deployment via SSWpackage.exe Migration between development, staging and production servers was simplified by…

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