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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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This is one of Microsoft's annoying "design features". The problem is that cannot enumerate the mailbox as a SharePoint user. To get around this, you can add the mailbox to the members group of a site and magically the workflow should stop giving errors that it cant send to that address. I have verified this using SP Online as I had exactly the same ...


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In SharePoint: Create your calendar in SharePoint Select the calendar tab and Connect to Outlook In Outlook: Put the Outlook and sharepoint calendars side by side (not sure this is necessary tbh) and select to veiw the Outlook one in list view Highlight all data and copy it to your SharePoint calendar Strangely you should find that you have a two way sync ...


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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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I have just posted an alternative way of solving your issue that addresses a similar SharePoint Stackexchange question. If your users use the Outlook client, this solution can work for you in your different domain situation if the permissions and authentication are set up correctly by your admins. My suggested solution uses SharePoint calendar ...



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