I'm a member of a local non-profit community club and have been asked to digitize some 15 years of club documents. This led me to do some searching on the web for something that we could use. Background: With 15+ years of paper documents stored in a bunch of binders we need some way of archiving these. The documents are generally board meeting minutes, treasurer's reports, and monthly newsletters. I'm in the process of scanning them with a ScanSnap ADF scanner to PDF files. The goal: To have a php/sql-based DMS on a hosted location where members of the board can go and search the archive. ideally searching would also include searching within all the documents for a specific term or string, such as "bylaws" where documents containing discussions of club bylaws would be listed. We have a hosting service already so all we need is the scripts or whatever to copy to the host, and then set up admin and user accounts. As the admin and users will change over time, this has to be compatible with Macs and Windows machines. Since we are a small group we are looking at something that is $100 or less (I know, that's really a stretch!). I've well and truly searched the web and discovered many many sites that sell or give away such a product but it's really impossible for me to make heads or tails from the technical talk*. I'm fairly comfortable copying packages to my host and with getting started. The host has PHP and SQL built in as I have already installed a couple of scripts and created SQL databases (*created* only in the sense that I filled out a few steps in my control panel but I didn't build it) I just need to know which one will fit, which is why I'm asking the Mac community. Any help evaluating and recommending a DMS would be really fantastic! Thanks! -Tod * Have looked at OpenDocMan at http://www.opendocman.com/, Mindwrap Optix at http://www.mindwrap.com/, and HomeGed Enterprise at http://www.home-ged.com/hgstore/homeged_enterprise.