I was just roaming around the net when I came across this useful tutorial via Gee Videos.
Email management has become a high priority for all businesses, both large and small, with most written correspondence being delivered in email form. Businesses can use tools like SharePoint to manage most of their important business documents, but the inability to easily place emails into SharePoint and share those files within a document library is a problem that many SharePoint users have encountered. With myDocs you can now use Outlook to drag and drop emails directly into special folders that represent SharePoint document library folders. You can also view, open, create and access documents and emails directly within Outlook. With emails, documents and other files being accessible through Outlook, everyone in your workplace can use Outlook and SharePoint together to create a powerful yet simple document management tool. The ability to automatically move emails from Outlook into SharePoint and create document library folders from Outlook is a process that will energize your SharePoint 2007 workflows. myDocs leverages the familiarity of the Outlook interface and the powerful automated features of SharePoint. Metadata from emails such as Date Received, Date Sent, From and other fields are transferred automatically into a document librarys columns by simply dragging and dropping emails into Outlook folders. This makes it easier to filter and search for these emails and utilize the power of the SharePoint document library views. nSynergy specializes in email and document management using SharePoint 2003/2007. We developed myDocs to integrate SharePoint and Outlook and finally solve the problem of managing email within SharePoint. myDocs allows you to easily save emails and email fields into SharePoint document libraries both online and offline. View this demonstration to find out more about dragging and dropping emails into SharePoint and accessing your SharePoint document libraries without ever leaving Outlook. myDocs is fully compatible with SharePoint Portal Server 2003, Windows SharePoint Service 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
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