HarePoint Business Cards for SharePoint 1.0

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HarePoint Business Cards allows you to publish users' details and contact information on the SharePoint site pages with automatic support of data relevance. User attributes for publishing are retrieved from the SharePoint or AD profiles.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
MAPILab Ltd.
Price:
$399
File size:
2.18 Mb
Date added:
February 28, 2012
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Description from the Publisher
HarePoint Business Cards web-part allows you to publish users' details and contact information on the site pages. User attributes for publishing are retrieved from the SharePoint or AD profiles. Appearance of the cards is customizable: predefined templates or handy built-in visual editor can be used for user's card creation. The web-part provides you with the ability to enrich your site-pages with relevant information about the employees.
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