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Enhanced Email Enabled Document Library project published

Project has finally been released to public, with source code for you to build the project. There isn't any documentation attached, but two custom document library and list to enable a subset of custom document library and list if you do not want to enabled all the document library in the farm.

This pet project will continue to grow, as my knowledge base will start to use wiki to capture some information (custom list not suitable to capture snippets of information because of the presentation), support version and image attachments. Neither will I have a timeline, unless someone is willing to collaborate and contribute.

Check it out @ codeplex

Published Sunday, June 15, 2008 1:26 PM by kitkai

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# Enhanced Email Enabled Document Library project published@ Sunday, June 15, 2008 2:06 PM

Project has finally been released to public, with source code for you to build the project. There isn't

# re: Enhanced Email Enabled Document Library project published@ Friday, June 20, 2008 11:44 PM

Hi. What is the difficult level of modifying your code to simpily allow the "expire date" field to be populated from an email? I would like SharePoint list announcments to be emailed to SharePoint but only the body is added to the list... requirement to add expire date is what I would like to address. Any information would be great! Thanks

by Mike

# re: Enhanced Email Enabled Document Library project published@ Saturday, June 21, 2008 7:42 AM

The beauty of this is it retrieves the fields of the content type the user has selected. So your expire date will appear in one of the fields in the email template...

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