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Our organization is moving toward using Atlassian's confluence for documentation.

I'd like to reduce the e-mail crush, and send notifications of some events that currently go to e-mail to a Confluence blog instead.

Has anyone had any success doing this?

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I think this is RTFM?

Confluence can ingest email ever since 1.3

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Mail+Archiving+FAQ

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I like the confluence ability to {html-include} and also {sql} queries for pulling data into the wiki.

In addition:

  • Sending mail to confluence as a repository.
  • XML-RPC to create or update pages automaticly.
  • Users can subscribe to a page and get e-mail notification when things change.

There's also a bunch of plug-ins which might be usefull.

References: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFDEV/Remote+API+Specification

Cheers :-)

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