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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Verse
Categories Verse on Premises
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 10, 2018

Enable Drag&Drop for E-Mail to export as EML to another Application

Using a Document-Managing-System we need to import Mail on this side to have a complete set of files for specific act.

Using the notes-client it is easy: Simply take the E-Mail and drop it to the target system.

In our case the target system ist a document-managing-software (Fabasoft egov-suite) running as browser application. As long as verse doesn't support this feature we need to stay only for this case in the fat client environment.

Please enable this Drag&Drop-Feature (with export functionality) for verse (on premise) as well. 

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  • Admin
    Timothy Clark
    Mar 30, 2023

    I've put this back to "Under Consideration"


  • Guest
    Dec 9, 2021

    Shipped? How can this be done? If I try to export an E-Mail from VOP I only get an prohibition sign (see attached screenshot)?!

  • Guest
    Jul 16, 2020

    As thisis being marked as "Shipped" but I cannot find a way to do this: Does this need to be configured/enabled somewhere? How do I do it?

  • Guest
    Jul 31, 2019

    I understand the use although I admit I haven't heard it often.  But I do understand why being able to convert to a neutral format like EML (basically a file) can be extremely helpful. Let me check into this a little.