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This Microsoft article has info on Office integration: Synchronize SharePoint 2010 content with Outlook 2010 -- http://office.microsoft.com/en-nz/sharepoint-foundation-help/synchronize-sharepoint-2010-content-with-outlook-2010-HA101881295.aspx Calendars are not included in this, though. You can view a SharePoint calendar in Outlook and you can update a ...
• We have SharePoint Server 2013 installed and have setup the Search Service Application. Currently we are crawling various content sources which all work fine. However we are having issues with showing correct results for Exchange Public Folders 2010. We have setup the content source and crawl rule as described here: Link: ...
Just confirming, are you using Kerberos? Source: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh231678.aspx Any service that relies on the Claims to Windows token service (C2WTS) must use Kerberos constrained delegation to allow C2WTS to use Kerberos protocol transition to translate claims into Windows credentials. Did you set up the SPNs correctly? They ...
I've also been trying to run this to ground with similar results. My code is very similar to what you have above so maybe I am missing something as well, but what I have found out, is that the Claims to Windows Token Service (C2WTS) creates a windows token that is valid ONLY for that SharePoint box when using web services. You might want to verify that ...
You can use Provider Hosted app or SharePoint hosted app. Auto-hosted is no more, so stay away from that path. In your situation I would use a Provider Hosted app, and use the Office 365 API (though it is still in Preview..) to interact with mail and calendar in Office 365. A get started guide here: ...
Yes, it can index public folders, see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj591608.aspx If you really need shared mailboxes, have a look at available connectors from Raytion or BA-Insight. Alternatively, you can federate search results from Exchange.
If you do not have Exchange 2013, the solution is to deactivate the Farm Feature "Farm Level Exchange Task Sync". Steps: Open Central Administration Go to System Settings -> Manage Farm Features Deactivate the Feature Farm Level Exchange Task Sync You find a more detailed description in this post!
Unfortunately this is by design. When you get to Exchange 2013, you will have the ultimate experience of aggregration of all tasks across SharePoint and Exchange. With the creation of the cross farm aggregatinon of tasks to the newsfeed, the connecting to outlook feature was taken away. Once you are on Exchange 2013 that aggregration feature will work in ...
TechNet documentation is wrong. Do not use -IsTrustBroker parameter when creating trusted token issuer.
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