Lotus Notes Archiving with SWING PDF Converter 5
New auto-archiving capabilities in SWING PDF Converter 5 let you automatically export emails and documents from IBM Notes/Domino into PDF archives.
April 11, 2013 – SWING Software announces today the release of SWING PDF Converter 5.0 for IBM Notes/Domino – a software tool for exporting Lotus Notes emails and documents into archivable PDF files.
The latest version adds centralized archiving capabilities, which include scheduled archiving, archiving across multiple mailboxes, watch folders, folder-based classification of email records, and also additional support for PDF/A-2 and PDF/A-3 standards. Once converted to archivable PDF along with corresponding metadata, emails and documents originated from Lotus Notes can be classified and handled as e-records, together with other related content types.
The reasons why companies might need to export content from Lotus Notes to PDF include:
- Archiving emails and documents related to a project or client
- Storing emails and Notes-originated documents into ECM/DMS systems, such as SharePoint, FileNet, Documentum, Alfresco, Laserfiche etc.
- Sharing documents outside of Lotus Notes
- Producing printable documents with custom layouts directly from Domino web applications
- Lotus Notes migration
SWING PDF Converter does not require client installations as it is not a virtual printer driver. It can be installed as a standard Notes application either on Domino servers or on Notes clients. Application developers can use the product’s LotusScript API or Java API by including the product libraries in their Notes/Domino applications.
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