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inMailX Connectors


inMailX Connectors are used to integrate inMailX Email Manager module with third party document and records management systems, cloud or network folders, and other line of business applications.

When used with its optional connectors, inMailX substantially enhances Microsoft Outlook integration with Cloud Stores and Network repositories (OneDrive, Box, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Network folders), as well as document and records management systems (SharePoint, Micro Focus/HPE Content Manager, iManage/Worksite, NetDocuments, Worldox, WebDAV Repositories, Oracle UCM).

inMailX Link Folders functionality enables users to easily link Outlook folders to various EDRMS or DMS locations from one common interface, to automatically file their emails into the selected locations.  Users can link Outlook folders to Cloud and Network folders, SharePoint libraries and folders, Content Manager containers and classifications, iManage workspace folders, NetDocuments workspaces and folders, Worldox workspaces, or WebDAV folders.

With inMailX, users also have the ability to link shared mailbox folders to EDRMS or DMS locations, ensuring that emails in shared mailboxes are automatically filed.  If emails need to be stored and managed in the cloud, the inMailX Link Folders functionality can be used to easily link Outlook folders to OneDrive, Box, Dropbox or GoogleDrive folders.

The following inMailX Connectors are currently available:       

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inMailX FileSystem Connector enables users to file emails into existing client, matter, project, case or job folders, and it can be used to integrate Microsoft Outlook with business application using file system folder structures, such as:
    - OneDrive, Box, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, etc.
    - MYOB Accountants Enterprise, MYOB Insolvency, APS, etc.


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