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You can add the following code to a Content Editor webpart or directly onto the page. After adding the CEWP, in the ribbon use Editing Tools > Format Text > Edit HTML source. <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.6.1.min.js"></script> <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"> function replaceURL() { ...


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I've used harmon.ie in the past and found it to be better than sliced bread. Maybe even as good as peanut butter toast, but that may be pushing it.


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According to Connect to Outlook – Tipps und Tricks (English version), it looks like you want something like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <CustomAction Id="RemoveRibbonButton" Location="CommandUI.Ribbon" RegistrationType="List" ...


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No it's not. The recommended approach is to setup email enabled document libraries for those SharePoint libraries, and just forward your email to the appropriate email address for the library where you want it stored. There is other software that will do this for you: http://harmon.ie/ or SharePoint Workspace.


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Try using below: <script type="text/javascript"> _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("hideToolbarItem()"); function hideToolbarItem() { var doc = document.getElementsByTagName('ie:menuitem'); for (var i = 0; i < doc.length; i++) { itm = doc[i]; if (itm.id.match('OpenInExplorer')!=null) { ...


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You need to have Use Client Integration Features permission enabled. By default this is enabled for everybody, but your SharePoint permissions were probably customized and this was disabled. To change this, contact you administrator and ask him to customize permission levels for your group(s).


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I found the problem. The server was using a self-signed certificate on a local domain (company.local) When connecting over the internet to that machine the browser (and outlook) trys to verify if the certificate was revoked. This fails because the domain of the certificate is invalid for use of the internet. IE handles this correctly but Outlook doesn't ...


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You should be able to create a custom alert template, and have that alert send the customized email to an email-enabled Document Library. I think the email will show up in that document library as .msg file.


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You can also use a workflow to generate an HTML email. You can create any HTML markup you want and merge it with list/library data. Then you can send it to the user and or send it to an email enabled document library where it will store it as a msg file.


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Short answer:yes overlay the calendars in the sharepoint view. The downside is that this is a temporary setting and will reset on refresh. Better might be to configure a group calendar. See this office article for details.


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There are a few other commercial solutions that addresses SharePoint calendaring & scheduling needs - Bamboo Solutions' Calendaring product and Virto Ajax Calendar. CAVEAT: I do not work for the above companies.


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I found the easiest way to move/copy contacts over to a Sharepoint Contacts list. Navigate to the List in Sharepoint and click on "Connect to Outlook". Now you will have the contacts list show up in Outlook under your contacts tab. Find the folder in Public Folders where the contacts are stored and simply select all your contacts (ctrl+A), drag and drop ...


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You can use Group Policy to push this registry setting to all users in your environment.


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You could create an item receiver that populates the title field with the Display Name value in the Person column. It wouldn't be the full experience of the Person field, but at least it would contain something meaningful.


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What version of MS Office are you using? 2003 can support displaying a SharePoint calendar in Outlook, but the sync isn't two way. With 2007 items created within outlook will be added to the server at the next sync. Also, which calendar are the items being added to? When you setup the connection to the SharePoint calendar, it actually defines a second ...


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You will need to set up the External Content Type to the correct Office Item Type, by default it is generic list but there are other options available. Appointment Contact Task Post There is a good blog here: http://www.chakkaradeep.com/post/SharePoint-2010-Business-Connectivity-Services-Walkthrough.aspx If you are using a third party tool to create ...


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Have you enabled the site feature: Offline Synchronization for External Lists?


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Try using SharePoint Designer to edit the Entity you mapped to an announcement. In my experience SharePoint Designer reports more warnings than a BDC Model import.


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The outlook meeting form is in a client application. The SharePoint calendar is in the web browser. There is no way to trigger the client form from the browser easily. If you still need to do this, you will probably need to: 1) write some sort of script to launch the outlook form (vbs) 2) install a protocol handler (eg outlook://) to execute the script ...


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When using forms based auth, you normally have a session cookie. Your browser has one session, and your outlook has another session. They cannot both be logged in at the same time. Previously I have solved this by using TMG. It does the forms auth on the proxy, and it uses a persistent cookie that can be shared across applications. But you may be able to ...


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I have never done that, but I might have a hint: If you click the "Connect to outlook" Button in a SharePoint calender, a pop up asks you if you want to allow the program to access MS Outlook. This pop up displays a link that is similar to the following: ...


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You don't create per item connections to Outlook, you make the connection at the list level. When the user navigates to the discussion board, do they have the Actions, Connect To Outlook option?


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Nintex Workflow has an action in the Enterprise license that will create a meeting/appointment in a user's Exchange calendar. Look at the Exchange Server Integration section. Out of the box, it isn't going to be possible. If a third party tool isn't an option, then you'll need to construct your own workflow activity or code to do it. I have used Nintex ...


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It not possible out of the box to copy emails to the list and have them stored in the .msg format (so you can them in Outlook) and also have the email attributes promoted to SharePoint Columns. There are a number of products in the market to assist, including OnePlaceMail where you can use the free express edition or the enterprise edition to save email to ...


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If the SharePoint groups are using AD Security groups, then you can simply send an email to that AD alias from Outlook directly. If you have individul users within a SharePoint group, you can navigate to the group via Site Settings, People and Groups. From there, tick the little box to select all users and select Actions, Email Users. This will open an ...


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Yes, you can definitely do it...Here are links for 2007 and 2010


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First you need configure incoming email service. MSDN Blog TechNet Second you want to Create a folder structure for incoming email, you can create Event Handle or workflow to do this when the email be created in list. Hope this helps



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