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Are you using Outlook 365? you can download Sharepoint Connect app from Microsoft Apps Store https://store.office.com/sharepoint-connect-WA104379267.aspx You can upload email and attachments to Sharepoint from Outlook


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You want to create a new data connection to submit data as an email message and a new view with your message. Then create a rule on submit that changes the view to your new email view and fires the email submit data connection. As for the second scenario, aside from any customizations you want to include, you need to include in your rule a condition that ...


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You can update the user using PowerShell without having to hit the database. You can also use some server side C# code. Personally, I prefer to use PowerShell because it's relatively quick and painless. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $site = Get-SPSite http://example.com $web = $site.RootWeb $user = $web.SiteUsers.GetByEmail("usr@example.com") ...


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There's a lot of options here... The "obvious" one (at least for a developper) would be to attach an ER to the incoming-email doc lib (I assume we can keep that doc lib, since it's anyway a good way to easily catch emails). Once the email is received, our ER triggers and gets the content of the .eml file. It then needs to parse that content to ...


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Yes. You can use Send Email activity. And choose the Person Or Group. https://support.office.com/en-in/article/Send-e-mail-in-a-workflow-11d5f9dd-955f-412c-b70f-cde4214204f4


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In code you can SPGroup spGroupItem = web.Groups["GroupName"]; SPRoleAssignment oRoleAssignment = web.RoleAssignments.GetAssignmentByPrincipal(spGroupItem); foreach (SPRoleDefinition inRole in oRoleAssignment.RoleDefinitionBindings) { //inRole.id //inRole.Name //1073741829 //limited access } Or you can find it using below function bool ...


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In your custom list you can add a field to capture Email. Then inside the workflow you can sent email to CurrentItem:Email


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The problem is that in earlier versions of SP (2007 and 2010) there was an actual calendar list (type 106) that came prepopulated with "properly" named columns. owssvr.dll is looking for columns with internal names of EventDate and EndDate. So create columns with those names. (You can change the display names later if you want.) Found the answers in these ...


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User Profile doesn't have email defined for that user. Fill it in in User Profile Service either manually, or by synchronizing it from user account store, such as Active Directory.



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