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Hi :)
Thanks :)  That makes it sound more like a regular LAN with possibilities of being a fairly 
standard WAN.  Still, even if that is all it is then it's nice to have a nice gui rather than 
dropping to the command-line to set people up.

Just possibly i'm just being dismissive purely because it's MS.  
Thanks and regards from
Tom :) 

From: Sigrid Carrera <>
To: Tom Davies <> 
Cc: anne-ology <>; "" <> 
Sent: Thursday, 14 February 2013, 17:32
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Share-point?

Hi Tom, all,

we have sharepoint here at our company.

It is a central server, where everyone can store files. Depending on
the setup, you can have different permissions for different folders,
so that not everyone can see everything.
You can even set it up in such a way, that your subsidiaries in other
contries can have access to it as well, but also can only see what
they are allowed to see. Limitations on file sizes are also possible.
You set it up on its own URL (maybe a subdomain of your existing
domain), you can even use it with https, so that it is more secured.

Dropbox does not work for everyone and it might not be allowed in a
company setup.

On 14 February 2013 18:03, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Hi :)
Ahh, so is it a sort of Content Management System that can be used to hold documents centrally, 
like putting them on a shared folder on a Lan so that everyone can work on the same file instead 
of each generating different copies and then trying to compare all the different ones to 
incorporate all the different changes?  Sort of like a wiki?

I think, your description describes well, what it is.



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