Requirements

This section contains information about the supported platforms, applications, and prerequisites for iManage Work Desktop for Mac 10.3.1.

Supported platforms

The iManage Work Desktop for Mac 10.3.1 application is developed for deployment with macOS Catalina 10.15.7 and later.

NOTE:

iManage Work Desktop for Mac supports macOS Catalina 10.15.7 and macOS Big Sur 11 (Intel-based and ARM-based Macs). iManage recommends that you upgrade to macOS Big Sur 11.

Supported/integrated applications

The following applications are supported/integrated with iManage Work Desktop for Mac 10.3.1:

  • Microsoft Office for Mac (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) 15.35 or later

  • iWork Suite (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) 6.3 or later

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2019.021.20049 or later

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC 20.9.20067.384717 or later

  • Apple Mail

  • Microsoft Outlook for Mac

The Services menu in these applications contains iManage Work options.

Prerequisites

  • iManage Work Desktop for Mac 10.3.1 requires iManage Work Server 10.1.1 or later.

    In addition to V1 APIs, iManage Work Desktop for Mac supports V2 APIs. The application automatically switches the APIs, depending on the iManage Work Server it connects to.

    NOTE:

    V2 APIs are used only when the application connects to iManage Work Server 10.2.2 or later.

  • Ensure that the EML file type is added to the iManage Work Server database because emails are imported as EML files on Mac.

  • Ensure that you are signed into Mac App Store with a valid Apple ID and have installed all the macOS updates available on the Mac App Store on your Mac. For more information about updating your operating system, visit:
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/ht201541

  • Ensure that Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is installed before installing iManage Work Desktop for Mac else the File menu in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC will not display the iManage option and its sub-options. You must reinstall iManage Work Desktop for Mac to ensure the iManage integration is available.