Domain level wiki
I've created domain level documents for a domain with all users of the domain having view/edit/add/remove permissions. When I log in as a user in this domain I still only see my notebook under documents (the wiki email changed though). Should the domain level wiki come up as well? If not, how do users access it?
What I did was:
assume that the domain notebook is email@example.com for the domain.com domain.
I simply selected link to shared notebook, firstname.lastname@example.org for the email address /Notebook for the path, then gave it a local name.
I'm not sure if this is documented anywhere, but that worked for me.
So you log in as the wiki user and set up that notebook as the domain wiki? Doing it this way I would guess that all users would have to explicitly connect to the shared wiki created in the wiki users message store.
If this is the way to do it, what's the point of the permissions part you go through in the admin console then? I had thought this process created a public wiki for the domain.
It would be nice to have the publicly available wiki automatically available to each user. ie. if as an admin I create a wiki for the entire company it should just appear in all the users documents section.
What do you guys think?
file it in bugzilla, and we'll put it on the list :)
So what are the permissions that are set up when documents are configured for a domain used for?