bauerjI assume it was moved to https://hub.docker.com/r/thepaperlessproject/paperless as well
bauerjYou may need to change your docker-compose.yml
docker-compose.yml, setting the consume directory to the according directory and changing the ocr language (
deu eng) as well as the timezone (
Europe/Amsterdam) to my needs in the
docker-compose up -dcompletes with
ERROR: for consumer Container "a93e40a45486" is unhealthy. ERROR: Encountered errors while bringing up the project.
sudo: unable to open /etc/sudoers: Permission denied sudo: no valid sudoers sources found, quitting sudo: unable to initialize policy plugin
Hmm, did you set any specific user in the compose file? Do you have the other containers setuo with compose as well And finally, does any other container use that port? (check with
I have switched away from paperless a couple of weeks ago, so I’m afraid I cannot help you more. Have it up running every now and then to verify things, thoug. So no problems on my side
How does that work with ng? I use that regex trick there as well
I'm not aware anyone has written some more in-depth guidelines on organization best practices.
I'm doing minimal organization in paperless. How much organization I do largely depends on how often I need to find a certain document. Example: For a recent task (handing in a thesis), I had to collect lots of documents, and access them regularly. Made a tag for that topic and attached all relevant documents to that tag and gave them descriptive titles. On the other hand, bank statements usually don't get any manual organization at all, since I will most likely never access them. I've got a tag for each bank account and paperless assigns that with pretty good reliability. And that's about it.
The whole point of this thing is that you don't have to mess around with the documents all that much. However, what works for me won't necessarily work for you as well.
Regarding your policy/invoice document; you probably want to add that as two different documents. invoices recur anually (probably), but you'll only ever get that policy certificate once.
Regarding old documents: Storing lots of documents digitally is much easier than doing that in paper. I don't exactly see a need to delete old documents. However: Someone had the idea to set "expiry" dates on documents, and mark expired documents for deletion automatically. Maybe that could work.
consumerdirectory and started to do my initial tagging there. There is one folder
to payand one for a task I'm working on since a few weeks. Everything else goes into the inbox and auto-flagging does a great job already.
to payuntil they are payed.
Looking for the following features in paperless...Can someone share their views/comments
#1 - Number of matches found on typing in brackets
#2 - Number of matches found of each word + overall sentence. (ex: if a user types "Welcome to java" - Welcome-5, To-10, Java-18, All-2)
#3 - Preview window with next, previous option to navigate the search results
#4 - Open the corresponding document in a internal viewer to search or navigate the search keyword