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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!


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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I am running into almost same issue where i need to show exchange calendar of everyone in SharePoint. If you just want to show the exchange calendar events timing, then probably the Calendar Overlay in SharePoint is the best approach for you. But it will show the event time and the status i.e Busy, Free, In Meeting etc not the actual event detail i.e ...


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You can add Exchange Calendar as an Overlay. Open Calendar Ribbon Then select Over Lay Add calendar Select Exchange Provide Exchange OWA URL Pick the Calendar


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• 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: http://technet.microsoft....


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My organisation has the domain myorg.com and my email address is something@myorg.com. Our SharePoint farm uses the sub-domain sp.myorg.com and any email enabled lists will use ListName@sp.myorg.com. Of course there is still the issue of duplicates if different sites have lists with the same name. A naming convention, for example incorporating the site name ...


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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.


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Try using your calendar to act as a "Resource Reservation" calendar. this will help you in preventing the double booking problem go through the Link Other thing which you can do is that if you are using custom coded solution than you can check for the condition in a CAML query instead. this link goes through the same method another option to this will ...


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From the detail in the comments above this may be possible via InfoPath Forms, although you will need to write custom code (C# or VB) behind the forms - these will use the Exchange Web Services API to perform the checks for availability and create the event in the Calendar also. MSDN is full of information of the Exchange Web Services including code samples:...


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You cannot see SPO site mailboxes through Exchange panel or by writing get-mailbox. They are visible as users in Azure. The naming is also by design (you should have Prefix-Site@domain.onmicrosoft.com, with "SMO-" being the default prefix). You can change it with Powershell or Site Mailbox Provisioning Policy: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/...


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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: http://zimmergren.net/technical/getting-started-with-...


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Up front to answer your question from 2013.... Yes there is - see below and No, you wont need to In your first paragraph you seem to imply that from the eDiscovery Center in SharePoint, you will need to query out separately from SharePoint to Exchange (via EWS). After researching this, I found that you should be able to do a single search within your ...


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Finally I managed this deletening the user, so Sharepoint re-query Active Directory and now is working. How to delete the user in Sharepoint? Site Action>>Site Settings>>Site Permission>> Open any group replace URL as shown below Original URL: https://testsite/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=4 Replaced URL: https://testsite/_layouts/...


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TechNet documentation is wrong. Do not use -IsTrustBroker parameter when creating trusted token issuer.



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