April 13th, 2010
As part of the newly released CumuBridge there a powerful feature which enables users to upload Outlook mail attachments directly to Google Apps (either Google Docs or Google Sites).
After installing CumuBridge, a new tab will appear in the ribbon (or a new toolbar if you’re using Outlook XP or 2003), with a button “Save to Google Apps”:
April 6th, 2010
New features in the version:
- File cabinet folders support (added display in the tree view, copy files from/to).
- List items export (to CSV).
- Support of corporate proxy.
The support for file cabinet folders is limited due to API & Google Sites limitations:
- Can not delete folders.
- Can not display empty folders.
- Can create only a single folder hierarchy (thus copying folders into folders is not allowed).
When copying folder structure to Google Sites, the FM will continue to create a file cabinet for every source folder.
March 28th, 2010
CumuCloud File Manager for Google Sites & CumuCloud File Manager for Google Docs projects started due to an internal need. We use both Google Sites & Docs, and we found them to be very useful, however when you want to perform bulk actions you face a real problem.
While Google Docs allow multiple file upload, it does not allow folder structure upload. Google Sites does not allow even that. Fortunately Google released API for both services allowing 3rd parties to build utilities for those services.
CumuCloud File Managers are FTP-like clients which uses Google services APIs to integrate with them and allow the user an easy way to upload & download files from Google sites & Google docs.
March 20th, 2010
This is the first post in CumuCloud blog.
This will be the place to find out the news regarding CumuCloud products and future plans.