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  • #4138
    Rhonab
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    Is it be possible to create drop down lists of pre-defined subejects in GroupWise?

    Thanks

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  • #7240
    Support 1
    Participant

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    While it is not possible to change the Subject field (eg. on a GroupWise Mail composing view), a Formativ solution could do what you describe.

    For example, a custom Formativ solution could be developed, which:

    • Allows for the definition of a list of different ‘predefined’ subjects (by an Administrator or the end-user).
    • Is used to create the required GroupWise message (Mail, Appointment, Task, etc.) and insert the desired predefined subject into the composing message Subject field.

    I am not aware of an existing solution like this. Would you be interested in doing your own custom development? Advansys may be available to develop this solution if you prefer.

    I hope this information is helpful.

    Advansys Support

    #7241
    Rhonab
    Participant

    Thanks for that.

    Yes, that sounds like what we are looking for. Some idea of pricing would be helpful for the development of this solution.

    #7237
    Support 1a
    Participant

    Unfortunately our custom development resources are assigned to other projects, and we would not be able to quote on this job in the near future. I would suggest you contact a Formativ development partner, one of which should be able to assist. You can access the full list at:

    http://www.advansyscorp.com/formativ_partners_developers.htm

    Regards,

    Advansys Support

    #7239
    Rhonab
    Participant

    Thanks anyway.

    If you could advise me of a rough cost, when you have more time, that would be appreciated.

    Also, is there a way using portals to link urls in emails to the portal? Or to show the URL as an XML page.

    #7238
    Support 1a
    Participant

    I’ll make a note of your request for when resources become available.

    In terms of your question about linking email URLs to portals, if you mean you want to click a URL contained in an email and have a portal automatically activated, unfortunately the answer is no. In order to provide this type of functionality we would have to create a mechamism that would allow applets to run in response to HTML events. This is something we want to avoid from a security perspective. Please let me know if I have misinterpreted your question.

    I would need more information about your objectives in regards to showing a URL as an XML page.

    Regards,

    Advansys Support

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