Alfresco-inboxes implements an inbox view on top of Alfresco's documents. An inbox is a container of documents that helps a user organise his or her work. At its core, an inbox is defined by a CMIS query.
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The Alfresco Email Document Action project provides an Alfresco repository and Alfresco share module to add an option to the document library action menu to email documents straight from share.
The Westernacher „Lotus Notes Integration“ for Alfresco is an efficient and easy-to-use instrument for integration of Alfresco features to your regular email management environment. The Notes Integration for Alfresco is easy to install and offers many useful features.
Alfresco Presence in Share Currently is a PoC for presence in Alfresco Share, in the Site Members dahslet.
Have you ever wondered if there is an easier way of adding your desktop documents, emails and chat transcripts to Alfresco? Are you one of those Alfresco users who wanted the simplest of scanning applications? Your search ends right here.
The standard document converters that ship with Alfresco uses OpenOffice (or LibreOffice) for conversion of some documents to PDF. When it comes to converting Microsoft Office documents to PDF or PDF/A, with OpenOffice the end result is sometimes not as good as the original.
The CMIS Views project aims to build on the Drupal CMIS API by allowing Drupal admins to save a view to a CMIS repository and display it in a Drupal block.
Based on Zia Consulting's mobile application for interaction with Alfresco over CMIS on Android platform, we have improved some features for Fresh docs:
- Better GUI
- Edit file
- Upload file
- Delete file
- Add to favorite, synchronized with server
Apache Chemistry cmislib is a CMIS client library for Python. The goal of this library is to provide an interoperable API to CMIS repositories such as Alfresco, Nuxeo, KnowledgeTree, MS SharePoint, EMC Documentum, and any other content repository that is CMIS-compliant.
This application synchronizes files between a local desktop and Alfresco using Web Services. The application currently synchronizes files in document library of any site a user has access to. The application is built using Java and uses jNotify.