contentACCESS Sharing – version 5.4

3.Compose mode activation and usage

    1. Create a new mail item
    2. Choose Upload to contentACCESS (from ribbon or from the list of add-ins, depends on the client application)
    3. If Office loads the add-in UI and it is the first run, the user should see the Get started page. After clicking on the Get started button, the connection page opens. Here the user can define server name (only the host name!), where contentACCESS is running. It is enough to type the host name, no need to type the protocol. If you don’t know the exact contentACCESS server host name, you can use the Discover functionality, which will check available contentACCESS servers for you. Logs can be viewed by clicking on the Show logs button.
    4. Figure 3. Connection page on first run

    5. If a server was successfully discovered, you should see the following message, where the name of the discovered server will be written. If discovery didn’t find any server, you can still set the contentACCESS server name manually.
    6. Figure 4. Message after successful discovery

    7. After connecting to contentACCESS server, you will need to authenticate yourself.
    8. Figure 5. Login button

    9. After clicking on the Login button, a pop-up with configured login providers will open. Choose one provider and log in.
    10. Figure 6. Login providers pop-up

    11. After entering the credentials for selected login provider and successfully logging in, the user should see the upload page. He can drag and drop files – those will be uploaded, or click on the upload area, which will open a dialog where the user can select file(s) to be uploaded.
    12. Figure 7. Upload page

    13. Before the upload is completed, a dialog, where expiration date and download limit for the shared item has to be set, opens. It is also possible to get notification when the recipient(s) downloaded the shared item(s) by selecting the Notify me about the downloads function. If the user checks the Remember these settings checkbox, the app will use the values defined here for every sharing (the values can be changed from menu).
    14. Figure 8. Setting limits for shared item

    15. After clicking on the Upload button (if the Remember these settings checkbox was checked, step 8 will be skipped), the secure sharing page opens. On this page it is possible to see what item(s) will be shared and select who should be able to download the shared item(s):
      • Recipients only – only recipients of the email
      • My organization – everybody from the sender’s organization, even if they are not recipients of the email
      • Public – for example, if the email is forwarded to other people

      When the Share with option is selected, click on the Finish sharing and insert link button.

    16. Figure 9. Selecting recipients for secure sharing

    17. After the item(s) has been successfully uploaded and recipients were set, the link will be injected into the body of the email. There is a known issue that on mobile devices it is not possible to inject HTML into body. The link (HTML formatted) is displayed as text in the body.
    18. Figure 10. Successful upload

In the Compose mode we can configure advanced settings such as Expiration and Download count limit for the uploaded item(s). To open the Configuration page, click on the icon in the lower right corner – it will open the drop-down menu. Select Settings.

Figure 11. Opening the configuration page

It is possible to reset the Expiration date and the Download limit or check the logs here. Any change has to be saved by clicking on the Save button. To check if the connection with the server can be established, click on the Test connection button.

Figure 12. Configuration page

Currently logged in user is displayed on the top of the drop-down menu. The user can also logout from the app by clicking on Sign out in the menu. The connection to the contentACCESS server will be broken, and the user has to configure the connection once again.

Figure 13. Configuration page and the drop-down menu

The add-in also supports localization. The add-in also supports localization. Currently, we are supporting Arabic, Czech, Chinese (simplified), Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese and Slovak language. The user can change application’s language on the Language settings page. The change needs to be saved by clicking on the Save button.

Figure 14. Language settings page in the drop-down menu

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