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You can use email event receivers for this. Check a similar question here : How to enable an Event Handler to intercept upload from email in document library


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If the Content Organizer feature is activated in your site: Make sure that the user has at least "Read" permission on the Drop Off Library (in case the Drop Off Library has broken inheritance permission).


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The article is a bit old but it explains what could be the problem: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287981(v=office.12).aspx To allow this feature to work, the document libraries allow anonymous insertions from e-mail attachments. You cannot control who has rights to add attached documents to this document library. However, you can ...


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is you set the credentials for the context? i think you missed this so it gives you a error context.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(this.UserName, this.Password, this.Domain);


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This thread has become a good source of troubleshooting incoming email issue. :-) Restarting "SharePoint Timer Service" (SPTimerV4) on all Servers where "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Incoming E-Mail" service is enabled resolved the issue in my case. Hope this helps someone!


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So you need to go through whole list. I would create two workflows, one to send emails and the other to trigger the first one. So Email workflow would work on Item created and the other one The trigger would do on Item update. For first workflow: Create list with columns User name/full name, column eMail that will be people picker (but choose work email from ...


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One of the options to go with is timer job. Which runs on daily basis. You can include following logic in code: Traverse all sub sites and all the lists. Get the items which are created in last 24 hours and get count of that. Prepare email body content with list name and respective list items. Send email. Thanks.


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Have you considered using Search Alerts? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff718244.aspx All you need is a correct search query and two alerts - one for new items and one for deleted items.


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If I try to edit my work email by going to my profile and clicking edit profile, I cannot change it either: However, you can go to the admin site (https://<tenant>-admin.sharepoint.com/), click on User Profiles > Manage User Profiles, search and edit your profile. Scroll down to find Work email, and you will be able to edit it: To view your ...


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To setup work email go to: Office 365 admin center -> Admin SharePoint -> user profiles. And there select manage user profiles. You should find your user there and then you can edit properties of the user. To check email @MyOnlineCompany.onmicrosoft.com just press Mail icon in App launcher - button on left, in the ribbon


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There are few things we need to check. Is Outlook installed on your SharePoint 2013 server? If yes then, have you referenced it? Ways to reference the dll which is to be used in Application Page or else where Best Practice: If you are making a deployment .wsp for your project then place this dll in your package. Open up your SharePoint Project in ...


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Maybe creating AD group and than instead of a username you put AD group name. That is how we did this for alerts and some other notifications. and answer to your question is yes, you can send an email to group. here is a topic about it: Definitive answer to sending emails to SP Group from Workflow



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