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Create a calculated column and set it to return a number datatype. This allows you to enter and run code. Copy paste the following (enter the actual name of the senders email column): ="<a href='mailto:"&[SendersEmail]&";INCOMINGEMAIL@SHAREPOINT.com'>Reply</a>" This will open up the user default mail application (such as Outlook) and ...


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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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If users are required to authenticate then it would be the "username" probably email in case of sharepoint online or if they are not required to authenticate then it would be "Guest Contributor" in the modified field. more detail here and here


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Yes, you can grab the mail headers using an Event Handler. This will fire when an email is received. public override void EmailReceived(SPList list, SPEmailMessage emailMessage, String receiverData) { SPListItem newItem = list.Items.Add(); newItem["EmailFrom"] = emailMessage.Headers["From"] newItem["EmailTo"] = emailMessage.Headers["To"] ...


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I came across the same issue on SharePoint 2013. As strange as it sounds, but solution was to change the value of Sandboxed Solutions resource Quota from 0 to something else.



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