Sunday, September 19, 2010 3:58 AM
In Outlook 2007/2010, with RMS feature, there is one default template called "Do not forward". May I know what is the detail setting of this template and how can I customize it?
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 1:58 PM
The DNF template is a dynamic built-in template that is in each Office application that support IRM (in word and others it is called "Restricted Access".
In Outlook the PL is dynamically generate based on the users in the TO line.
In other Office applications you specify the users manually, but it is under the control of the end user.
Compare this to an RMS template which you can create on the RMS server and distribute to your users. In the case of an RMS template you specify who will have access to the content based on AD Universal DL groups (typically), and these users will have rights regardless of who is in the TO line, when a user uses one of these templates.
In short however, the DNF template is not manipulatable (is that even a word?).
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Saturday, October 02, 2010 11:04 PM
I know of an Outlook plug-in that is capable of using dynamically generated publishing licenses based on mail recipients (NOT RMS templates). Not sure about the license costs. If you're interested just leave me a note.
Tuesday, May 08, 2012 2:04 AM
Can you provide me the name of the Outlook plug-in? (My email is email@example.com) Thanks.
Tuesday, May 08, 2012 5:57 PMThe DNF does indeed create a publishing license dynamically based on the email recipients. What is the plugin going to do differently ?
Wednesday, May 09, 2012 9:03 AM
the vendor of the plug-in is http://www.glueckkanja.com
It is a German company and they used to have an English website, too but I cannot find it anymore. Anyway, they offer the Outlook plugin to achieve just what you're looking for. They also now have a solution for mobile devices such as iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android http://www.rmsviewer.com
I guess if you use the email on that page firstname.lastname@example.org they will also respond for requests cocnerning the Outlook plug-in.
Btw, this is how the plug-in looks like: