Extensions are installable packages which give CiviCRM new functionality, and this directory provides a centralized list of extensions which the CiviCRM community has created.
* fast and scalable: CiviCRM's built-in solution tends to run into problems with large data sets
* highly configurable: you have almost 60 modules to be used for your configuration, and there's new ones being added all the time.
* automated: once you have worked out a configuration that is rock solid, you can schedule it to be executed automatically on a regular basis
* offers automated conflict resolution modules
This is of no interest unless you use Accounting Batches.
Developed for the use case where the data of a grant application is not needed anymore after a year however it needs to be stored in an archive for legal matters (in case the tax authority wants to check whether everything went well).
The summernote editor, along with the use of the powerful elFinder plugin gives an all around solution to the needs of a user.
Core CiviCRM Inbound Emails result in Activities with 'Added by' and 'Assigned to' set to the contact related to the From email address, and 'With Contact' (aka Target Contact) set to the email-to-activity email's related contact. 'Assigned to' is normally a staff person who is assigned to do followup work, which wouldn't be true for inquiry or response emails. 'With Contact' is normally the external stakeholder, which in this case is the From email address's contact. As the system is adding the contact because it came in the email-to-activity inbox, 'Added by' is set to that email's related contact. No contact is 'Assigned to' followup on an Inbound Email automatically, although it might be nice as a new feature to have a setting for one or more to be added.