On 18 Feb 2008, at 17:06, Kevin Philp wrote:
> Could someone recommend a content management system for a website
> with public and private areas combined with facilities to share and
> manage documents? We are looking at setting up a website for an EU
> project, the complete list is quite long so something to get us
> most of the way there would be a good start.
>> • Search functions (contacts, expertise, documents, discussions, e-
> mails, etc.)
>> • Document management (incl. online document editing, bulk document
>> • Security management, Shared application editing, Integrated e-
> mail, Discussion groups, Contact books, Researcher profiles,
> Alerts, Calendar.
Drupal. If it doesn't have any of what you've listed above, you can
get somebody to add it for you. Of course, you could say that about
just about anything, I guess :-)
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