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  Asked By: Sydney    Date: Sep 16    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 630

Does any one know how to implement Messaging component in sharepoint??

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Answer #1    Answered By: Elias Cannon     Answered On: Sep 16

I found a few web parts, docs and code on this site:
http://www.digidashlive.com/index.html

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Kartik Athani     Answered On: Sep 16

For all you SharePoint owners out there, I pose a question to you. If you
could decide all over again...would you repurchase SharePoint? I am just
trying to get a sense of whether or not SharePoint is the definitive
solution for Intranet development. Microsoft's marketing is great, but I
would like to get an administrators point of view.
Is it worth the month.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Ira Knox     Answered On: Sep 16

From my point of view, I absolutely love sharepoint.
And, I look forward to v2.

My perspective is that of a VB developer who is less involved with
the installation and more involved in the development of content and
tools. We've not yet rolled out a finished product within our
company, but, have rolled out to a significant number of testing
users who seem to take to it very well.

From a development standpoint, I find sharepoint  to be a wonderful
tool that can utilize anything I develop outside if it (.asp, .aspx,
flash content) and gives me additional tools to develop within
(webparts and style sheets)

It has taken some time to feel comfortable developing in, around,
and behind sharepoint, but, the deeper I dig, the more I'm
impressed. I think Sharepoint allows me the space to be as creative
as I want to be, or will want to be. And, the tools that exist for
my users to do their own thing with personal dashboards, and simple
page design options, make my life THAT much easier as I'm not
required to do the updates or design changes for each and every user.

Our IT dept. evaluated a few other portal options, including
plumtree and a smaller, local company. And, though it looked nice
to have much of our content handled by a third party, I think I
would be paying the price when I would want to make my own changes
or enhancements.

All of this from a very limited perspective...
I haven't had to deal with users en masse yet.
But, I haven't been given a development project that I couldn't
figure out a way to solve yet. Sharepoint has not gotten in the way.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Divyesh Hurkadli     Answered On: Sep 16

the question worths beeing set !!!!

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Darryl Nguyen     Answered On: Sep 16

I would say yes. its great. there is no end for our requirements. SPS deals with
majority of them, but cannot satisfy all needs. MS is constantly working on
improving it by including many features, thus trying to cover majority of user
requirement. But there is every possibility that it may not address many
specific requirement.

 
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