Use Museum to store orders, receipts, invoices, contracts, tax documents and good recipes!
Museum is a great spot to store your corporate data. Anything that should be kept long term, put it into Museum. Someone emails you an order, put into into Museum. Anytime you buy something online, they usually email you a receipt. Just right click in Outlook and submit to Museum. Easy. Find a good recipe on the web, email the web page to Museum.
Setup an email account called email@example.com
This is a great feature. Once an email account has been setup and Museum configured to use it, you can send emails to Museum and it will full text index them along with attachments.
e.g. Whenever I send an important email I bcc firstname.lastname@example.org so my colleagues and I can easily find it if needed. When I receive an important email I just right click in Outlook to send it in.
The high cost of not finding information
Can you afford not to have the information you need when you want it? Don't let the information you need be locked up and out of reach on your colleagues PC's!
Really fast web based searching
Wildcard searching, fuzzy searching, etc.
Innovative 'drill down' date searching
German and English language versions
Web based email viewer
Full text indexing of emails and PDF, text, html, Word, Excel and Powerpoint attachments
Full text indexing of PDF, text, html, Word Excel and Powerpoint files
Centralized document repository
Multiple independent repositories possible
User security - users can have search, submit or admin permissions
Sophisticated email rules to control submission of emails
Clients can be on any operating system (unless windows explorer/outlook integration is needed) as long as you can send an email and use a browser you can use it.
Scalability - hugely. Millions of documents!
Documents are stored on the file system in their native format
Really easy to use
Platform: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP
Link to BroadgunMuseum sample code
Date Added: Feb 20, 2009
Last check for an update: May 21, 2017
Last version date: Nov 18, 2005
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Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Feb 27, 2009