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Email notification questions/ event sink for SPS

  Asked By: Ali    Date: Jan 07    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 774

Need some help on the email notification, is there some way to get an
email notification on rejection of document???

Does anybody know if I can do event sink coding for SPS?? If yes then
how?? or can u point me to some resource, samples tutorials etc ...
Seems to be a lots of doc for Exchange WSS event sink programming but
none for SPS?



7 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Alan West     Answered On: Jan 07

have posted the same question some time ago. Unfortunately there is no way
to it. As many people desire this function it may be in the next release of

Answer #2    Answered By: Maribel Todd     Answered On: Jan 07

The workflow capabilities of Microsoft Content Management Server are much
more enhanced and seem (if you have to believe the documentation) to be able
to do just this.....

I haven't tested it yet, but a whitepaper is available on
www.microsoft.com/cmserver <http://www.microsoft.com/cmserver> that shows
the integrated capabilities of using SharePoint and Content Management.

Answer #3    Answered By: Akshara Negalur     Answered On: Jan 07

I posted a suggested solution on the USENET newsgroups. I haven't tried it
myself so no guarantees here. My idea was to create a Search Folder based on
a query that enumerates all rejected documents, then to subscribe to that
folder. When a document is rejected, it should show up in the folder which
would then trigger a suscription notification.

Answer #4    Answered By: Timothy Davis     Answered On: Jan 07

MS CMS has no notification  technology packaged with it other than going into
the workflow and checking. However there are event  sinks exposed in the web
interface that would allow you to programmaticaly generate notifications via

Answer #5    Answered By: Adya Deshmane     Answered On: Jan 07

Does anyone know how to restrict de deletion of documents? or How to approve
the deletion? I think it should be a way to approve the deletion of
documents similar to the process of approving the publication

Answer #6    Answered By: Siobhan Waller     Answered On: Jan 07

I do not know about approving a deletion but Microsoft has released web
part that will store deleted documents so that you can restore them. Look
at the sharepoint home page under the resource  kit tools.

Answer #7    Answered By: Lorenzo Steele     Answered On: Jan 07

I'll look for this web part and I´ll let you know if it works.

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