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How to save generated documents to a specified SharePoint URL
In this blog article, you will learn how the DocumentsCorePack ServerBased functionality can be used to save generated documents to a specified SharePoint URL.

Only count users with security role for licensing
This blog article outlines the new method for counting licenses based on security roles. If enabled, our licensing will count users only if they have at least one security role assigned.

Define default sender using the ActivityTools Signature Editor
This blog article outlines how to change the default sender of the emails using the AT Signature Editor.

How to set up and use AND/OR keywords in PowerSearch
This blog article outlines how to set up and use And/Or keywords for text search fields.

Display of the DocumentsCorePack Controls in the Fields section
This short blog article outlines how to change the advanced template settings if the DocumentsCorePack Controls are missing in the Fields section.

Step-by-Step: How to set up a proposal using MultiPart
This step-by-step description outlines how to create and custom a one-click-action using MultiPart. In this example, we want to create a proposal which consists of several DocParts.

The new Attachment Extractor Plugin for transparent attachment access
This blog article introduces the new Plugin of AttachmentExtractor, which streams the actual attachments instead of the SharePoint link on every file access.

How to insert Condition Fields in DocumentsCorePack Template Designer
This blog article covers a Step-by-Step example on how to set conditions in DocumentsCorePack Template Designer for your template.

Step-by-Step: How to configure a One-Click-Action
This step-by-step description outlines how to create and custom one-click-actions via the Web Config. In this example, we want to send a quote as pdf by email to a customer and save it to SharePoint.