SharePoint 2007 Form

Use a Send to SharePoint 2007 form when you need to send the document to a SharePoint destination. A Send to Email form is commonly used in conjunction with the SharePoint 2007 eConnector process and Send to SharePoint 2007 route components.

Send to SharePoint 2007 forms are added and edited on the Groups tab of the Kyocera MFP (HyPAS) configuration dialog box.

  • To add a Send to SharePoint 2007 form, click a group or menu on the Groups tab of the Kyocera MFP (HyPAS) configuration dialog box, and click Add Form > Send to SharePoint 2007 Form on the menu bar.
  • In the Send to SharePoint 2007 Form Settings dialog box, configure options on the General, Fields, and Components tabs the same way as for a Basic Form.
  • On the SharePoint 2007 Document Library Settings tab, configure the Send to SharePoint 2007 form options.

SharePoint 2007 Document Library Settings

Option Description
Server Address Enter the URL of the SharePoint Server that will store the documents. The URL can contain http:// or https:// followed by the server name or IP address, such as http://sp2007 or https://192.168.0.178. Alternatively, you can type only the server address, such as sp2007, and the component will automatically insert "http://" before it the address.
User Name Enter the domain and user name that will be used to log on to the SharePoint Server in the format domain \ username . If this is the local domain, you only need to enter username .
User Password Enter the password for the specified user name.
Site Enter the name of the SharePoint site where the documents will be stored. You can type the name of the SharePoint site or click to select the name in the drop-down list. You can specify a sub-site using the format parent-site/sub-site.
Document Library Enter the name of the document library where the documents will be sent. You can type the document library name or click and select the library in the drop-down list.
Default Folder Enter the name of the default folder where the routed files will be stored. You can type the location of the default folder or click the browse button (...) to locate a folder.