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Sohodox for PC

Manage Documents Electronically, Go Paperless

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Sohodox

Manage Documents Electronically, Go Paperless

$199
for PC 
Platforms: Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7 - both 32 and 64 bit Download Trial
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Face it, you're a small business owner who needs to drive revenue while keeping expenses low. That means you don't have an administrative assistant who can fetch important files and documents whenever you beckon! Still, you need a document management solution that's easy to get set up and running, one that delivers an easy way to search and retrieve documents on demand. In other words, you need today's discount software promotion for Windows - Sohodox!

Sohodox is a superb document management system that lets you create a centralized, searchable database of your documents. With Sohodox, you're able to mark certain documents as private, or share documents of your choosing with other Sohodox users on your LAN. Plus, Sohodox is capable of managing a full spectrum of documents, including Word, Excel, PDF files, TIFF and JPEG images, and a range of other file formats. For any of your files, Sohodox offers a powerful search engine that can give you quick results, advanced search filtering, and full text search that incorporates OCR for the best, most accurate results. There's no need to manually scan documents!

If most of your business life is spent in email, you'll love the ability to use Sohodox to archive emails. Even when using multiple accounts, Sohodox can fetch emails and store them all for you in one location, making finding and pulling important email messages a quick and easy process. No matter what industry you're in, whether it's law or real estate or any business that requires precise control over your document management, you won't find a better system than Sohodox!

Please note folks, after you purchase your Sohodox license key will be emailed within 24 hours.

This promotion includes the following:
Sohodox - 1 User License ($199)
Sohodox - 2 User License ($299)
Sohodox - 3 User License ($399)
Sohodox - 4 User License ($499)
Sohodox - 5 User License ($599)
Sohodox - 10 User License ($999)
Sohodox - 15 User License ($1399)
Sohodox - 20 User License ($1799)

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Danny More suitable for starting from small business company, not so much for personal home user?
Sep 7 2013 at 12:20pm Copy Link
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ddalian Is the software compatible with Windows 8?
Can a newly created document file be saved directly into a Sohodox folder or must it be saved elsewhere and imported or dragged into Sohodox only?
Are there any size limits on a database?
Are there any issues with syncing the database to Dropbox for a single user?
Sep 7 2013 at 12:54pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Danny,
It sure is suitable for a home owner you can visit this link to find out more,

http://www.sohodox.com/do...e-for-home
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 7 2013 at 1:25pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @ddalian
Please find the questions to your answer below:

Is the software compatible with Windows 8?
Yes, it is compatible with Windows 8 both 32 and 64 bit machines. It is also compatible with Windows 2012 Server.


Can a newly created document file be saved directly into a Sohodox folder or must it be saved elsewhere and imported or dragged into Sohodox only?
Yes, it can be saved directly to a Sohodox folder using the Folder Monitor feature.


Are there any size limits on a database?
Sohodox uses MS Access based Db which has a 2 gb data limit, the dataase only saves the indexing information. Sohodox can easily handle around 100,000 documents. We are also going to release a new version by next month which will support for MS SQL Server Express 2012, it comes with a 10 gb data limit.


Are there any issues with syncing the database to Dropbox for a single user?
Only documents can be synced to a dropbox folder and not the entire repository.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 8 2013 at 1:11am Copy Link
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DroidLuvr Will the license we buy now cover the upgrade to the new version coming next month?
Sep 8 2013 at 4:13pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @droidluvr
Absolutely.
If Any new version is released within a year of your purchase you can upgrade it and will be protected from any price increase.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 8 2013 at 6:37pm Copy Link
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Danny Is there a plan that in future multiple languages interface come as Dutch?
Sep 9 2013 at 1:10am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Danny at the present we only have our software in English. However in future we do plan to have a version in multiple languages.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 9 2013 at 5:34am Copy Link
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Danny What is the upgrade price at the next major version?
Sep 9 2013 at 7:09am Copy Link
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Keith Norton I have a two person office with 10 computers. How many licenses do I need? Can I be simultaneously be logged onto two machines with the same license or do I have to logoff of the first to use the second?
Sep 10 2013 at 4:32am Copy Link
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E. Douglas Jensen I see no reference to PowerPoint, which is one of my major document formats. Does it support .ppt and .pptx formats?
Sep 10 2013 at 4:32am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @E. Douglas Jensen Yes Sohodox does support .ppt and .ppx
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 4:52am Copy Link
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Paul joubert Appears to be an excellent program and just what I'm looking for. However after three failed attempts to download 54.2 Mbs at a max 6.4 Kb/s (+- 2 hours) at different times, regrettably I have called it a day. Am I the only one with this problem?
Pity
Sep 10 2013 at 5:16am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Paul joubert I am sorry for the inconvenience caused.
I have sent you an Email to solve your problem. Please feel free to contact us at any time.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 6:11am Copy Link
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Nick Kobe I have several questions that are related:

1. Are you also the developer of Globodox? These products appear to be very similar as well as the company name (Itaz).
2. Can you open a document in Sohodox by clicking on it and editing it with its associated software? Also, can you open an MS document if the association is other then Word, Excel, etc.?
3. Can you physically move a file from one directory to another directory within Sohodox? For instance, if a document is ACTUALLY stored in "My Documents" can you move it to an ACTUAL folder called "Misc Documents". In other words can you replace MS Directory Management?

Thank you!
Sep 10 2013 at 6:57am Copy Link
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Ralph W Nick,

They are basically the same company as Itaz. They are from the same country and have the same CEO for both websites.

What are the main differences between the Sohodox and the Globodox from Itaz so we can compare features.

Thanks,
Sep 10 2013 at 7:30am Copy Link
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peter schleifer Would you like to comment on this aspect on your program:

The database (db) is just for the index, the files stay within the file system (I think that's very good; I lost thousands of photos by Adobe Lightroom, for its way of storing your files under new names, I never understood where and how, and I cannot bear to happen the same thing with my other files, so I must know what's going behind the scenes before buying.)

1 In your screenshots, I see "Public folders / private folders"; may I assume these are virtual folders within the db, and do not correspond to the file system and to the names of the physical folders?

2 So what about the folders and files in the file system? Does your software check for moves/renames of the physical folders and/or files, made outside your program (within any file commander)?

3 In both cases, is there a way to rename/move physical folder and/or files within your program? By what commands? Can we see a screenshot for the dialog doing this? Is moving files only possible by drag and drop, or do you have some file commander gui for doing this, with two panes, source and target?

4 Is the "Document title" within the pane "Documents", right to the pane "Workspace", the original title of physical file, or is it something other? In other words, can this "Document title" be changed, within your program, and then appears as a renamed physical file within the file system, just like you renamed it in "Douments"? Or is it possible that the title here is / becomes something else then the name of the physical file represented by this "document title"?

5 With respect to 1, can one virtual sub-folder appear in more than one virtual parent folder?

6 Ditto for files, can one file ("document") appear in more than one virtual folder?

7 If "yes" for questions 5 and / or 6, does a "delete" just delete the reference, or the physical folder/file? Even for the last instance of that physical file? Is there a warning for this delete, when it comes to the last instance/reference, and thus it would delete the physical file, instead of just a reference?

I am sorry I am so technical, but serious buyers will need to know the answers to these questions before going to administer their files with such a system where a db is an overlay to the physical file system.
Sep 10 2013 at 7:39am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Danny Sohodox comes with 1 year of support and upgrade to any new version of Sohodox. After the 1 year free period the cost to renew the maintenance for another year is US $50.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 7:53am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Nick, as @Ralph has already mentioned both Sohodox and Globodox are products developed and marketed by us, ITAZ Technologies.

Yes you can open a document in Sohodox in its default application. You can also choose to open the document in other associated program.

Yes, you can move a document in Sohodox from one folder to another. You can also import your existing folder structure that is on your drive to Sohodox by simply dragging and dropping it.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 8:02am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @peter Yes, the indexing information is added to database and the documents are added to normal Windows folder. The files names are not changed in Sohodox unless there are two documents of the same name, in this case a suffix is added to the file name.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 8:07am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Keith You will need two licenses. You will not be able to use 1 license to be simultaneously logged in from two machines.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 8:15am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Ralph Sohodox and Globodox has lots of difference in terms of features, like the Workflow which allows to automate the business processes, Roles based security which allows to create security policies as per the organizations hierarchy, Windows Active Directory integration and many more. You can contact our sales team to get more information on Globodox.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 8:35am Copy Link
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HJ B 1. I have four computers that are used only by me. One is a laptop and three are desktops that are located in three different areas of the same building. The idea is that I can always have access to communications or data.

2. I also have a iPad.

3. If I purchase only one license:

A). As a practical matter, if all of the computers are on all of the time, what do I have to do to use your program, as I go from one computer to the next? Is this a situation where I would literally have to shut down the program as I leave one computer and then start it up on the next computer I arrive at? If so, how long does a restart of the program take?

B). Assuming I have access to my LAN via my iPad, is it capable of interacting with your program/database?

C) .Assuming I have access to my LAN via my laptop, will it be capable of remotely interacting with your program/database.

D) If one of my computers does not have a license installed, does it have access, at all, to data that has been generated by your program/database. For example, can I print or save a full or partial index that would be readable by that computer?

E) If one of my computers is not licensed, will the program be able to include in its data base the data that is on that computer?

F) If one of my computers is not licensed, but has authority to change, add or delete files on a licensed computer, will those changes immediately be picked up by your program/database?
Sep 10 2013 at 10:27am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @HJ B

A) Yes, you will have to logout from the application before logging in from another application. It takes less than a min for the application to launch.

B) As of now there is no support for ipad but in the next release which schedule to release by next month we are going to have an app for iphone, android phones and tablet devices.

C) Yes connecting to the software via remote desktop services is possible.

D) No you cannot connect to the database from an unregistered copy of Sohodox. Yes you can export the indexing information to an excel file which can then be read from any computer.

E) No. An unregistered copy of Sohodox cannot connect to the central repository of a registered copy.

F) I have not understood this question. I would suggest you give us a call and we can discuss this further (+1 650-646-2551).
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 12:26pm Copy Link
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jakobfries I added a folder with PDF-Files into a Sohodox-folder and assigned each file a document type. Now I noticed first, that when I delete a document inside a folder in Sohodox, the document isn't gone but still seems to exist under its document type. So if you really want to delete a document with an associated document type you have to delete it twice. That's very inconvenient.

Then I noticed that in the "Default File Store" there are two folders which both contain those pdf-files I added to the Sohodox-folder, I suppose one folder is for my folder in Sohodox and the other folder is for the document type. If that is correct it means that when one adds files to Sohodox and assigns them a document type the files are acrually stored twice in the "Default file store". That's a real waste of disk space!

I wonder what happens if I edit a file via "Edit in Associated Application". If each file with a documument type is stored twice (in two folders in the default file store), are the changes saved in both files or do I then have two different versions of the file?

Another thing: Is it right that one cannot create a new Sohodox DB and have several databases? I wouldn't want my private files and my work files in the same database?

Apart from these points Sohodox is best programme of its kind I have up to now evaluated and I would really like to have but if I am right about the points I mentioned, that may well be a reason not to buy it. So I hope I am not right and have perhaps overlooked something.
Sep 10 2013 at 1:05pm Copy Link
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HJ B Thank you for your earlier response.

Here are clarifications of parts E and F of my prior inquiry:

E. On a typical LAN, Computer "A", can access data on:

a) An external drive connected to Computer A
b) An external drive that is a LAN device
c) Another computer that is on the LAN.

My question is whether your program, on a licensed computer, can index and/or otherwise manage data on an external drive or on an unlicensed computer that is on the LAN.

F. On a typical LAN, Computer "B" can be granted permission to modify, delete or add to the files on Computer "A".

a) If Computer A is not licensed to use your program, but Computer A is licensed, what happens if Computer B attempts to modify data on Computer A? Does your program stop it?

b) Does your program promptly modify its database to reflect the changes?
Sep 10 2013 at 1:05pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Joerg In Sohodox when a document is deleted from a folder or a document type it does not get deleted permanently it is still available in the All Documents node. If you wish to delete a document permanently from Sohodox then you can do that from the All Documents node instead from the folder or the document type.

No two copies of a document is created unless you have added the document twice. The file store only contains the documents, the document type and folder information is stored in the database.

When you edit a file in Sohodox using the associated application, on saving the file the document is replaced and the latest edited version is displayed. Sohodox does not maintain the versions of a document.

No you can have only one database in Sohodox. You have the options of creating Private folders in Sohodox, so if there are other users using the system they will not be able to view your private folders when they login. Ofcourse each user should have their own login credentials.

You can contact our sales team using the chat service on our web site based on your requirement we can suggest how you can use our product.
http://www.sohodox.com/
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 2:08pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @HJ B

E) Yes the document repository can reside on any drive on the local network. Sohodox also supports NAS devices. Sohodox works in a server-client environment, this means you can install Sohodox on any machine on your network and then point it to the location to the central repository to access the data. The documents added from any machine on the network will be saved in the central repository.

F.a) No Sohodox will not stop it. Sohodox is a document management software and manages the documents that are added in its repository, it does not have control on data that is outside its repository.

F. b) Yes the database is modified immediately whenever any changes are made to the system (add, modify, delete).

I would highly recommend you to contact our sales team to discuss your requirements.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 3:09pm Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello Does it support any custom reporting features to produce a report for insurance purposes for scanned receipts for home inventory. That is query for items meeting this doc type, tag, etc and then produce report showing data type field of item value, date purchase, etc?
Sep 10 2013 at 3:29pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony Using the Advanced Search feature you can generate reports for e.g. you can generate a report to view the invoices added this month. The search result can then be exported to MS Excel, which can then be used to generate graphs based on the indexing information.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 3:34pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Jeff On purchase of Sohodox license you receive 1 year of support and free upgrades to any new version of Sohodox. After the free 1 year period you can renew the maintenance for another year. The cost for maintenance for single user license of Sohodox is US $50
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 3:37pm Copy Link
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jakobfries @Harold. Thank you for the clarification.
As regards having only one database, my worry is: Suppose I have lots of files for two different projects A and B. In each project the files are divided into different Sohodox-folders. If I then want to see all files from project A I have to go to "All documents" (because otherwise I can see only the files in a subfolder and there seems to be no way to click on a folder with several subfolders and see all the files in all the subfolders.). But then I see the files from project A and B when I only wanted to see files from project A.
Is that right or did I again miss something?
Sep 10 2013 at 3:53pm Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @jakobfries I would suggest you to use Tags in this case, documents belonging to "Project A" can be tagged as ProjectA and documents belonging to "Project B" can be tagged as ProjectB. Now when you click the ProjectA tag all the documents beloning to Project A will be displayed.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 10 2013 at 4:02pm Copy Link
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jakobfries @Harold. Thanks again for the helpful reply.
I have one final question: When I use "Add Folders from Disk" Sohodox imports the files and folder structure to Sohodox. But in the Default File Store all files (from all folders and subfolders) are stored in only one folder and on the disk the original physical folder structure is gone. This has the following disadvantage: If I want to keep the folder structure on disk - because I want to retain the possiblity of working (searching, copying etc.) with the files directly in Windows explorer without launching Sohodox (and because the file store folder names are non-descriptive, so you can't guess from the folder names which folder contains which files) - then I cannot let Sohodox delete the files after importing them but must keep them. But that of course means that I need twice as much disk space. Is there an option in Sohodox to only link to the files on my disk instead of importing them?
Sep 11 2013 at 12:42am Copy Link
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William Smith Jr Should we be receiving our license key within 24 hours as noted or will it be longer? The PDF invoice noted no later than 48 hours. Which one is it?
Sep 11 2013 at 3:29am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @William Smith Jr You will be receiving the license key within 24- 48 hours of your purchase
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 11 2013 at 3:32am Copy Link
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Dennis If I buy a license today to evaluate the product over the next week or so, can I purchase more at the BDJ discount offered today? I am inclined to buy 20-25 if your software is bug-free, fast and truly mutliuser on a Server 2012 environment.

Thank you,
DH
Sep 11 2013 at 4:44am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @ D Hill I strongly urge you to purchase these licenses during the BitsDuJour offer itself as we may not prolong this offer. If you do need any further assistance please do contact us at sales@itaz.com and we would be glad to help you.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 11 2013 at 4:56am Copy Link
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Danny One should however only at major upgrade version (50 $) pay, yet no subscription per year?
Sep 11 2013 at 5:24am Copy Link
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Jim McGowan Looks like a very nice, comprehensive software package. However I believe it may be more than I need for my home network. While I do need a document manager desperately, my budget doesn’t allow me the luxury of Sohodox.

But I do thank Harold and BDJ for this offering!

Jim
Sep 11 2013 at 8:02am Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello Jim, take a look at Mariner Paperless should meet your needs. What would be your bare minimum features you would need in a home doc manager? I think paperless meets most of the home doc. management features needed.

They had a prior deal here on Paperless so , I actually own both now and will decide between the 2 but leaning heavily towards Sohodox unless I find it has some major limiting feature I need or bugs.

I do see Sohodox never answered my question if it had any custom reporting features. I assume that means it does not. Paperless on the other hand does.
Sep 11 2013 at 8:18am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Jeff Carbello This was question was answered yesterday, you can see it in the comments above :)

I have copied my reply below for your reference...
Using the Advanced Search feature you can generate reports, for e.g. you can generate a report to view the invoices added this month. The search result can then be exported to MS Excel, which can then be used to generate graphs based on the indexing information.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 11 2013 at 8:24am Copy Link
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Jim McGowan @Jeff Carbello:

Jeff, thank you for the info! I did look hard at Paperless but there was something that held me back; can't remember exactly what it was right now though.

I have another so-called doc. mgmt. program but it doesn’t do much good at all.

Thanks again!
Sep 11 2013 at 8:37am Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello Thanks Harold - I am sorry, I missed that since I saw it mentioned search and skipped over it quickly. I understand now, that while custom reporting is not a single direct feature that it can be accomplished via a custom search and then export. I think the only thing lost in the 2 step process is ease of use and the ability to truly design a custom report with totals, headings, footings, groupings, totals, etc. But all that can be done in Excel, but its extra manual work versus have a saved report template for insurance reports and clicking generate.

Is there a method by which customers can request features as I would prefer to see future releases provide some custom reporting and saved report template feature?
Sep 11 2013 at 8:41am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Jeff Carbello :

You can always submit features that you would like to incorporate in Sohodox by filling up the form in the below link.

https://sohodox.uservoice...-wish-list
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 11 2013 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @peter schleifer Apologies for the earlier brief reply from us. As your message was long it got truncated in the comments sections and we completely missed the latter part of your message :) We appreciate you having taken the time to send in your questions. I am sure other users would also have such questions and am hoping that you and other users find our replies helpful.My reply is long so I request our viewers to expand it to view the entire message.

The database (db) is just for the index, the files stay within the file system (I think that's very good; I lost thousands of photos by Adobe Lightroom, for its way of storing your files under new names, I never understood where and how, and I cannot bear to happen the same thing with my other files, so I must know what's going behind the scenes before buying.)

You are right about this. We chose this approach because apart from
other advantages, customers tend to be most comfortable with it.

1 In your screenshots, I see "Public folders / private folders"; may I assume these are virtual folders within the db, and do not correspond to the file system and to the names of the physical folders?

Yes these are virtual folders in the DB that do not correspond to the physical folders in the file system.

2 So what about the folders and files in the file system? Does your software check for moves/renames of the physical folders and/or files, made outside your program (within any file commander)?

We designed Sohodox to be a Document Management Software for small
businesses. Its design, pricing and feature set are aimed at making it easier for small businesses to adopt document management. In our experience price and complexity are two of the main reasons which prevent small businesses from adapting document management even though they have a definite need for it and are usually clear about how it would benefit them. Though there is some overlap between a File Manager and a document management system (DMS), both types of applications are designed to solve different problems. Sohodox aims to create a single, centralized and well categorized repository of
documents which can be searched from multiple machines. One of the
main goals is to be able to find documents quickly based on different criteria (for e.g. All bills paid last month). A DMS like Sohodox therefore has very powerful indexing/categorization features. An area that File Management applications are not very strong at.

When you add files to Sohodox they are copied to a folder which Sohodox refers to as its File Store. Paths to these files within Sohodox's File Store are added to the Sohodox DB. Like most DMS software we do not recommend direct access to the File Store via Windows Explorer or via any application such as a File Manager application. Monitoring for and responding to external changes to File Store would add needless complexity to Sohodox.

3 In both cases, is there a way to rename/move physical folder and/or files within your program? By what commands? Can we see a screenshot for the dialog doing this? Is moving files only possible by drag and drop, or do you have some file commander gui for doing this, with two panes, source and target?

No there is no way to rename or move physical files or folders from within Sohodox. You can change the names of virtual folders and document titles.

4 Is the "Document title" within the pane "Documents", right to the pane "Workspace", the original title of physical file, or is it something other? In other words, can this "Document title" be changed, within your program, and then appears as a renamed physical file within the file system, just like you renamed it in "Douments"? Or is it possible that the title here is / becomes something else then the name of the physical file represented by this "document title"?

The "Document Title" of file is initially generated using the file name and it can be changed within Sohodox. However changing the "Document Title" does not change the name of the underlying physical file. This ensures that any external backup programs being used work correctly. However when you export the file from Sohodox (for e.g. via Drag and Drop) Sohodox will name the exported file using its current Document Title in Sohodox.

Please note that we have received request for renaming of the physical file and may implement this in a future version.

5 With respect to 1, can one virtual sub-folder appear in more than one virtual parent folder?

No virtual sub-folder can have only one virtual parent folder.

6 Ditto for files, can one file ("document") appear in more than one virtual folder?

No a file can appear under only virtual folder. However if a file requires multiple categories we suggest the use of tags. In fact our users have found the combination of tags and folders extremely powerful.

When it comes to indexing and categorizing documents, the real power of Sohodox lies in the Document Types feature. This lets you store different pieces of information along with each document and later use that information to search, sort and group documents. For example with each invoice you could store the Vendor Name, date, amount and payment status. And then quickly locate things like "all unpaid invoices from a particular vendor". You can even save such searches. Such saved searches act as dynamic folders.

7 If "yes" for questions 5 and / or 6, does a "delete" just delete the reference, or the physical folder/file? Even for the last instance of that physical file? Is there a warning for this delete, when it comes to the last instance/reference, and thus it would delete the physical file, instead of just a reference?

You can delete the actual physical file along with all its references (Del key) or just a particular reference (Shift+Del). Appropriation confirmation/warning dialogs are displayed.

P.S. Because of the offer there has been a large volume of questions over
email, chat etc.. and our replies have sometimes been shorter than
normal.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 11 2013 at 9:46am Copy Link
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Dennis I haven't received my license codes yet...unless they are buried in attachments somewhere.
Sep 13 2013 at 7:25am Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello Same here, last email was:
The publisher of "Sohodox - 1 User License" has been notified and is responsible for delivering this product.
Sep 13 2013 at 8:07am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony @Jeff Carbello and @D Hill we have dispatched all the registration keys for the orders we received from the Bitsdujour promotion. If you'll have not received your registration message then I would request you'll to check your spam folder, if you still don't find it then I would request you'll to please contact us on sales@itaz.com
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 13 2013 at 8:18am Copy Link
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Sep 13 2013 at 8:53am Copy Link
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Harold Anthony I would like to thank each and everyone of you over here for making this promotion a huge success. We have got a tremendous response in past few days and I hope we have answered your questions regarding our product. If you'll have any further questions then you'll can contact us on salesitaz.com, we also have a chat service on our web site (http://www.sohodox.com/) which you'll can use to contact us.
ITAZ Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Sep 13 2013 at 11:59am Copy Link
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