The issue of: Drag the document from one network's folder to a HP TRIM in another network
The partnership has been established between 2 companies (1 - Big and 2 - Small) who remained to use their networks separately. Users from the new smaller company , who are now sitting in the new company's offices have network/HP TRIM account available to use , and also, through the web (internet, google) , they can log on to their orginal company's network and access the documents there (No HP TRIM there) , possibly through the some kind of the emulator program ( e.g. similar as the "remote assistance" program) . Two desktops are displayed on their machines in the new company's office.
They want to be able to quickly drag and drop ( or save, send to HP TRIM) documents from their network to a network system of the new company, to the HP TRIM , but it is not possible, as these are two separate networks. The error message say that the link/destination is not recognised. What could be done here so that we can make this happening. It could be one way traffic , does not matter.
The temporary solution is that a person who has both emails (old, small company and also email from new big company) send the email with the attachement via outlook from the first company to his email account of the new company (MSS Office 2007 Outlook integrated to HP TRIM 7.1) and email will be following the Outlook rules ( e.g. email from "Joe Bloke", with the subject "Project 12345" goes to the linked Outlook folder "Project 12345" ) be registered in HP TRIM instantly..This works, tested and confirmed.
Is there any other way to do this, so that not all documents registered in HP TRIM are MS Outlook messages?
Re: The issue of: Drag the document from one network's folder to a HP TRIM in another network
it looks like good idea, and you recon that is it achievable/secure?
Remember, we are talking about the "A" company's network with TRIM in let say one city and then the other "B" Company's network (no TRIM) in other city physically separated and only way that user from nonTRIM network (B) , (while sitting physically in "A" company's network with TRIM) can access his desktop on his "B" company's network is via internet, when he log on through his original company's online website.