huy0007 How do I change the content owner in bulk through out the site and the spaces? I know that I can export and import and take over the ownership of a certain space; however, it does not work well if the content creator creates contents in many different space. Once a consultant or an employee leave, we would like to change or take the ownership of the content created by this person. What is the easiest way to achieve this? Thanks.
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Feb 27, 2013 07:58 PM
I just downloaded and started to test the Cyn.in community edition and I think is a great tool and I would like to use it to collaborate with he rest of my colleagues.
Currently I'm running with one problem. The default listening port for the web interface is port 80, for HTML, unfortunately I already have an application running on that port so I need to change this port for Cyn.in.
I tried to check the network settings in Cyn.in admin area but couldn't find any place where I could change this setting.
Do you know how can I change the default listening port so instead of accessing to the log on screen using http://www.mydomain.com I can use http://www.mydomain.com:8081 (or something else)
Any other suggestion that I could use will be great appreciated.
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ollyando How to request to join a space? If a space has been secured to a group or a number of individuals, am I right in thinking other users cannot see this space at all, so do not know of it's existance, how do they find out about these spaces, how can they request to join spaces. I guess most spaces should be open and readonly to logged in users, so they can see it, but then how do they know who is the owner of the space, and how do they gain access?
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Jan 21, 2013 06:12 PM
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