Teedy is an open source, lightweight document management system for individuals and businesses.
A demo is available at demo.teedy.io
- Guest login is enabled with read access on all documents
- "admin" login with "admin" password
- "demo" login with "password" password
- Responsive user interface
- Optical character recognition
- LDAP authentication
- Support image, PDF, ODT, DOCX, PPTX files
- Video file support
- Flexible search engine with suggestions and highlighting
- Full text search in all supported files
- All Dublin Core metadata
- Custom user-defined metadata
- Workflow system
- 256-bit AES encryption of stored files
- File versioning
- Tag system with nesting
- Import document from email (EML format)
- Automatic inbox scanning and importing
- User/group permission system
- 2-factor authentication
- Hierarchical groups
- Audit log
- Storage quota per user
- Document sharing by URL
- RESTful Web API
- Webhooks to trigger external service
- Fully featured Android client
- Bulk files importer (single or scan mode)
- Tested to one million documents
Install with Docker
A preconfigured Docker image is available, including OCR and media conversion tools, listening on port 8080. If no PostgreSQL config is provided, the database is an embedded H2 database. The H2 embedded database should only be used for testing. For production usage use the provided PostgreSQL configuration (check the Docker Compose example)
The default admin password is "admin". Don't forget to change it before going to production.
- Master branch, can be unstable. Not recommended for production use:
- Latest stable version:
The data directory is
/data. Don't forget to mount a volume on it.
To build external URL, the server is expecting a
DOCS_BASE_URL environment variable (for example https://teedy.mycompany.com)
Available environment variables
DOCS_BASE_URL: The base url used by the application. Generated url's will be using this as base.
DOCS_GLOBAL_QUOTA: Defines the default quota applying to all users.
DOCS_BCRYPT_WORK: Defines the work factor which is used for password hashing. The default is
10. This value may be
31. The specified value will be used for all new users and users changing their password. Be aware that setting this factor to high can heavily impact login and user creation performance.
DOCS_ADMIN_EMAIL_INIT: Defines the e-mail-address the admin user should have upon initialization.
DOCS_ADMIN_PASSWORD_INIT: Defines the password the admin user should have upon initialization. Needs to be a bcrypt hash. Be aware that
$within the hash have to be escaped with a second
DATABASE_URL: The jdbc connection string to be used by
DATABASE_USER: The user which should be used for the database connection.
DATABASE_PASSWORD: The password to be used for the database connection.
DOCS_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE: The language which will be used as default. Currently supported values are:
DOCS_SMTP_HOSTNAME: Hostname of the SMTP-Server to be used by Teedy.
DOCS_SMTP_PORT: The port which should be used.
DOCS_SMTP_USERNAME: The username to be used.
DOCS_SMTP_PASSWORD: The password to be used.
In the following examples some passwords are exposed in cleartext. This was done in order to keep the examples simple. We strongly encourage you to use variables with an
.env file or other means to securely store your passwords.
Default, using PostgreSQL
version: '3' services: # Teedy Application teedy-server: image: sismics/docs:v1.11 restart: unless-stopped ports: # Map internal port to host - 8080:8080 environment: # Base url to be used DOCS_BASE_URL: "https://docs.example.com" # Set the admin email DOCS_ADMIN_EMAIL_INIT: "firstname.lastname@example.org" # Set the admin password (in this example: "superSecure") DOCS_ADMIN_PASSWORD_INIT: "$$2a$$05$$PcMNUbJvsk7QHFSfEIDaIOjk1VI9/E7IPjTKx.jkjPxkx2EOKSoPS" # Setup the database connection. "teedy-db" is the hostname # and "teedy" is the name of the database the application # will connect to. DATABASE_URL: "jdbc:postgresql://teedy-db:5432/teedy" DATABASE_USER: "teedy_db_user" DATABASE_PASSWORD: "teedy_db_password" volumes: - ./docs/data:/data networks: - docker-internal - internet depends_on: - teedy-db # DB for Teedy teedy-db: image: postgres:13.1-alpine restart: unless-stopped expose: - 5432 environment: POSTGRES_USER: "teedy_db_user" POSTGRES_PASSWORD: "teedy_db_password" POSTGRES_DB: "teedy" volumes: - ./docs/db:/var/lib/postgresql/data networks: - docker-internal networks: # Network without internet access. The db does not need # access to the host network. docker-internal: driver: bridge internal: true internet: driver: bridge
Using the internal database (only for testing)
version: '3' services: # Teedy Application teedy-server: image: sismics/docs:v1.11 restart: unless-stopped ports: # Map internal port to host - 8080:8080 environment: # Base url to be used DOCS_BASE_URL: "https://docs.example.com" # Set the admin email DOCS_ADMIN_EMAIL_INIT: "email@example.com" # Set the admin password (in this example: "superSecure") DOCS_ADMIN_PASSWORD_INIT: "$$2a$$05$$PcMNUbJvsk7QHFSfEIDaIOjk1VI9/E7IPjTKx.jkjPxkx2EOKSoPS" volumes: - ./docs/data:/data
- Java 11
- Tesseract 4 for OCR
- ffmpeg for video thumbnails
- mediainfo for video metadata extraction
- A webapp server like Jetty or Tomcat
The latest release is downloadable here: https://github.com/sismics/docs/releases in WAR format. The default admin password is "admin". Don't forget to change it before going to production.
How to build Teedy from the sources
Prerequisites: JDK 11, Maven 3, NPM, Grunt, Tesseract 4
Teedy is organized in several Maven modules:
First off, clone the repository:
git clone git://github.com/sismics/docs.git
or download the sources from GitHub.
Launch the build
From the root directory:
mvn clean -DskipTests install
Run a stand-alone version
Build a .war to deploy to your servlet container
mvn -Pprod -DskipTests clean install
You will get your deployable WAR in the
All contributions are more than welcomed. Contributions may close an issue, fix a bug (reported or not reported), improve the existing code, add new feature, and so on.
master branch is the default and base branch for the project. It is used for development and all Pull Requests should go there.
Teedy is released under the terms of the GPL license. See
COPYING for more
information or see http://opensource.org/licenses/GPL-2.0.