Interested in using Microsoft SharePoint to store, find and share your Microsoft Outlook messages? Finding that the out-of-the-box integration of Outlook and SharePoint is awkward to use? SharePoint add-on software called MacroView Message may well be the answer. ( Download a PDF of the full article here )
Out-of-the-box Outlook / SharePoint Integration
There are a number of ways you can save an email message to SharePoint using the native facilities of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Sha ...[Read More]
MacroView is pleased to announce the release of MacroView DMF v7.2 and MacroView Message v7.2.
MacroView DMF already provides market-leading functionality and features for managing documents and emails on the Microsoft SharePoint platform. Popular features of DMF include an intuitive tree-view for visualising and navigating the SharePoint document store, extensive drag and drop support and best-in-class support for saving and re-saving PDFs to SharePoint direct from Adobe Reader / Acroba ...[Read More]
MacroView is pleased to announce the public availability of MacroView DMF™ v7.
MacroView DMF v7 is the latest major release of the MacroView Document Management Framework. MacroView DMF is already used by hundreds of organisations in dozens of countries for SharePoint document management. As well as introducing support for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010, this release includes a large number of improvements including many suggested by our partners and customers. The result is that Macro ...[Read More]
If yours is one of many organizations that storing scanned images as PDFs in SharePoint you will know how frustrating it is to re-save a PDF back to SharePoint once you have viewed or edited it in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. You have to save PDF to your desktop or other local drive and then go to web browser and Upload. You need to enter the metadata all over again and you cannot create a new version – even if you have enabled Versioning in the destination document library in SharePoint.
Many organisations are saving scanned images as PDFs in SharePoint document libraries and wanting to create processing workflows that involve working with those PDFs in Adobe Acrobat.
The problem occurs when you are finished editing and want to re-save the PDF back to SharePoint. Adobe Acrobat out-of-the-box will replace the PDF (rather than create a new version) and not prompt for metadata. You need to go into the web browser UI of SharePoint to set the metadata as if the PDF were being sa ...[Read More]
It is not that easy to save a PDF to Microsoft SharePoint using out-of-the-box Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. And yet PDFs are important to a lot of organizations and more and more organizations are looking to use SharePoint as their document management platform. There needs to be a better way, which is just what we at MacroView have provided with our MacroView PDF SharePoint Save plug-in for Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat.
Installing MacroView PDF SharePoint Save adds a 'Save to SharePoint ...[Read More]
With their ability to create and send scanned images as PDF attachments to email messages, Smart Copiers are making the electronic handling of paper-based correspondence much more affordable. MacroView DMF is a useful tool for organizations wanting to store and manage their scanned images in Microsoft SharePoint.
Most Smart Copiers can be configured to send scanned images as PDFs attached to an email messages. The PDF can also store text that has been automatically recognized by the smar ...[Read More]