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Apparently I was incorrectly remembering the process for working with this last night. So here is an update with more detail. I have done this with just note pad. Usually I will take an email out of Outlook or other client and save it as a .txt file so that I can edit it easily. I'll make the adjustments to the to, x-sender, and x-receiver headers and then ...


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Couple of things to check: Make sure "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Incoming E-Mail" timer job is running on the server where SMTP confgiured. From Central admin, Incoming email setting > advance setting, make sure drop folder path added here. Make sure Timer Services having the correct permission on drop folder.


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If nothing above has helped, then I would check whether your application pool and timer service accounts have permissions to the drop folder. Probably they don't. Some time ago it was the cause of the issue in my case. To configure this permissions do the following: Verify that you have the following administrative credentials: You must be a member of ...


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If you have more than one APP Server, check whether the drop folder is on the same server where the timer is running, else you have to share the folder and add the path in Central Admin. Reference : http://bernado-nguyen-hoan.com/2013/06/18/solving-sharepoint-2013-incoming-mails-stuck-in-drop-folder/


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MSG files are a proprietary format only recognized by Microsoft Outlook. The only format the Windows SMTP service understands are EML files. UPDATE You just can't save an Outlook MSG file directly into SharePoint or Windows SMTP Server. You need either an Exchange Server or any other SMTP/POP/IMAP server Outlook can communicate with. I personally use the ...


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I'm guessing that something is going wrong with the AD lookup. Are there 2 or more AD accounts that have the same email address? If so, when SharePoint tries to lookup the user in AD by email address, the system will be unsure of which user sent the email. Authentication will fail and the email will never arrive in the document library. Check out this ...


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If you looking for 3rd party solution. Aspose.Email for SharePoint's email conversion component is an easy-to-use tool for synchronizing emails with SharePoint’s custom list of emails. With support for popular protocols and email servers, like POP3, IMAP and Microsoft Exchange Server, Aspose.Email can connect with a variety of email servers and ...


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the only option I can see is to create a document library with an "email" content type, put the fields you need there 2nd. Create a timer job that reads from GMAIL using their API Basically your timer job will make web service/rest calls, and once it has the info on memory, then use the sharepoint server API, to create a list item on sharepoint Seems ...


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As Eric said, you shouldn't be directly querying the database. I would recommend using the PowerShell to check CanReceiveEmail and EmailAlias properties of SPList to exactly find the list location. See the script below: $SPsite = Get-SPSite "http://mysitecollection" foreach($SPweb in $SPsite.AllWebs) # get the collection of sub sites { foreach ($SPList ...


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Open the announcements list for which you want to enable and configure incoming e-mail support. Click Settings, and then click List Settings. Under Communications, click Incoming e-mail settings. In the E-Mail section, choose Yes to enable this list to receive e-mail, and then type the alias that you want to use to send e-mail to this list. P.S. The ...


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Once you install SMTP on IIS, Drop box will be created automatically. Open IIS manager -> Default SMTP virtual Server -> Domains -> MOSSserver.domain.com -> Properties. Check the drop directory location, default location would be "C:\inetpub\mailroot\Drop" where all the emails will be stored till Sharepoint timer service pick it up. Sharepoint timer ...


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Through PowerShell, of course! SharePoint 2007 does not include all the nifty cmdlets that SharePoint 2010/2013 does but you can still access the full object model. MSDN has a link on how to get started with PowerShell in SharePoint 2007. Once you have that, it is just a matter of writing the script, which would be something like this: $site = ...



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