08-18-2006, 11:51 AM
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| | did that same test yesterday / today (informal test)
tried repligo yesterday while travelling and dockhawk this am.
initially I wasn't crazy about the repligo workflow which is email message based. I did like the viewing functions though much better than the native viewer (7130e w/ whatever is current 4.x).
I tried dochawk this am just a bit and while I liked the non-email workflow better, viewing took too many steps back and forth over the network. so was easier workflow but I didn't like it's 'always connected' process (although I do think one can save pages that way).
I never got to test the doc viewing of dochawk b/c I got hung up on the workflow and didn't pursue much further.
So in retrospect, I came to appreciate the email workflow of repligo and am working to simplfy inbox clutter (created a mail folder called repligo which will automatically receive inbound messages from the service, although I see now that the notificaiton featre may not work if I do that..am testing this out).
one option which would be nice would be the option to have the app automatically delete the outbound email message it sends after it's been sent (or after the reply has been received). this would help cut down on the mailbox clutter it seems to generate. but, the view and download / save process I found to be very intuitive and clear info on file types, etc.
haven't tried that many attachment formats yet..one thing that troubled me a little was that it could not open a zipped PPT someone sent me, so I have a email into tech support about that..they say they support zip files, so not sure what happened.
I'll be intersted in what you find.