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How do I submit feature requests? Is this forum the place to do it?

When you create a page the page URL is some page number plus the name of the page. This makes it difficult if someone were to want to reference something by inferring it's name. For example, we have project numbers (ie 11000) and want to create a page for each project number. Until Kerio creates the link, however, there's no way to know for say a 3rd party app to automatically link to the page unless you tell it specifically what the link is and if the name changes the link changes too.

In Atlassian's Confluence you can specify a key along with the page name so you can use both the page link and it's key to get to the page. That makes links predictable and separate from the CMS' internal page indexing scheme. And even if you rename the page, as long as the key hasn't changed then that link will always work. Workspace's links are not set up like that. If you change the name, the link changes as well.

Can we please have this feature? Also, can we please have a client API asap!


[Updated on: Sat, 29 December 2012 00:55]

Tomas Rondik (Kerio)

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actually, this forum is not the right place to submit a feature request. If you want to do that, please, go to the Web Admin in Workspace and click on the 'Suggest Idea' button. This will take you to the feedback website where you can add this feature request or increase the vote for it (in case it already exists).

Thank you for understanding,

Tomas Rondik
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Kerio Technologies
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