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Recycle-bin to place in SharePoint

  Asked By: Mariah    Date: Feb 25    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1142

I do have a question that I would like to
ask of you all. I am lookng for a recycle-bin to place in SharePoint. If you
know of any please pass my way or any pros and cons of it. Are they easy to
install? Do you recommend any certain one?



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Freddy Heath     Answered On: Feb 25

Is this the only one anyone has used? Any more suggestions?

Answer #2    Answered By: Joanna Dixon     Answered On: Feb 25

Check out DocAve's Trashbin


Answer #3    Answered By: Justine Barrera     Answered On: Feb 25

Of course SharePoint v3 (2007) which is coming out the end of this year will
have a naitive trash bin with multiple levels, and central administration.
If you can hold off until than do it.

Answer #4    Answered By: Sharonda Mcfarland     Answered On: Feb 25

I went with the avepoint trash bin and it works really well. Plus its easy  to
install. I recommend. It recovers sites and documents

Answer #5    Answered By: Cory Brooks     Answered On: Feb 25

I take an approach of not installing anything third-party into my SPS 2003
environment, as well as keeping all customization to minimum (I had a great
success with CSS customization, never touched portal with
Frontpage), because I know I will be upgrading to SPS 2007, which is truly
an amazing product with many additional OOTB features. I prefer to keep
things in the family, Microsoft family that is. Also, any third-party
"features" require additional end-user training. This training becomes
obsolete, if you proceed with the upgrade, which you absolutely should,
since 2007 addresses so many issues that people have with 2003 as well as
things that people request, that until now you had to buy or worst yet
develop yourself.

p.s. I don't have links right now, but since my involvement with SPS, I came
across at least 4 free Trash Bin solutions. Various SharePoint Blogs are
your friends. Mindsharp also has great resources.

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