Managing permissions in the Content Organizer (Third of three parts)
By Chris Geier
February 27, 2012 —
(Page 2 of 2)
At the bottom of your Content Organizer settings screen, you will see a Web service URL that is specific for that site. (Remember, all content organizer settings and rules are site specific).
You can take this Web service URL, and in Central Administration, create a “Send to connection” by going to
Central Administration > General Application Settings > Configure Send to Connections
Here, I can create the “Send to connection” for the site I am concerned with sending documents to.
After I do this, users will now have an additional option on each file as shown below:
This can be a great way to empower your users to help manage content.
As you can see from this three-part series, the Content Organizer can be a tremendous asset to your SharePoint environment, but like all things SharePoint, you have to know a few things and plan out how you should use them. Happy Content Organizing!
Chris Geier is the community manager for K2, and is a participant in, and advocate for, the SharePoint community. He is a 15-year veteran of the technology industry and specializes in all things Microsoft. He was introduced to SharePoint in 2001 while working for Microsoft services.
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