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One way is to create your filtered view on your source list. Then go to Site Settings and click on Content and Structure. This will take you to a screen with a hierarchy of your site. Click on your source list and switch to your view. Select the items you want, and in the ribbon select from the Actions drop down Copy (or Move, I'd suggest Copy to make ...


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i have got the answer instead of going through coding..we can do it through OOTB. go to library settings to which you want to save the attachments from mail and go to incoming email settings and get mail details from SMTP server configuration details from CA and give here and then select necessary settings save it.if you get emails with attachments [the mail ...


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I have not tested older versions of word or excel. However, I would suggest to activate the (Open Documents in Client Applications by Default) feature. Providing that the users have office suite installed on their machines. Check this article, it will help you out Updated: Have you also selected this option from the library settings - Advanced Settings


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Try to use thi link in Internet Explorer, for SharePoint 2013 https://Site/Lists/Listutl/AllItems.aspx Go to List--> Export to Excel


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Try this code: $(document).ready(function() { $().SPServices({ operation: "GetListItems", async: false, listName: "State", /*CAMLViewFields: "<ViewFields><FieldRef Name='Title' /></ViewFields>",*/ completefunc: function (xData, Status) { var output = ""; $(xData....


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For each item SharePoint creates folders for storing attachments. The URL format is http://weburl/Lists/<listname>/Attachments/<listItemID> You can also check it with the REST-URL: http://weburl/<site>/_api/Lists/getbytitle('<ListName>')/items?$select=ID,Attachments,AttachmentFiles&$expand=AttachmentFiles



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