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Niceman2005 05-10-2005 04:45 AM

What content management or file management software is best for the job?
 
Dear friends,

I am currently trying to figure out whats the best content management or document management software to do the job for my company. I have tried the demo for knowledgetree and mambo. Both are quite different.

Mainly for my purpose is to have a file management system, that is able to provide the following features:

- upload and download files
- set permissions for files
- permissions for groups
- authenticate by LDAP
- backup

Mambo seems to be more about providing convenient for those who doesn't know html, and it seems not to do much with file management such as upload, download , managging those files etc.

Knowloedgetree looks more like a tool specific for file management. I wish to know if there are any other better products for doing this file managing purpose?
If yes, please direct me to that....thanks for taking time reading my mail..

cherylchase 05-10-2005 09:55 PM

It sounds like drupal will do those things for you.

http://www.drupal.org

arcturus 05-10-2005 10:02 PM

While I have no firsthand experience, Xoops looks good.

http://www.xoops.org/


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