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Looks like you need PDF form to SharePoint integration to save data in the list. Without it you can only setup library to accept mails and save attachments as files in library. To find integration options just google "pdf sharepoint" there is bunch of reliable 3rd party programs. Best regards,
If you are using IIS7 or later, I think you need to disable the webDAVModule after what you already did: Choose Start > Administrative Tools > IIS Manager. In the left pane, expand the tree, and navigate to your site. In the center pane, double-click Modules. In the Modules window, If WebDAVModule is present, remove it. Restart IIS This is because ...
I have a solution for this long overdue and old problem. It is a slight work around for lists that have attachments or large lists to crawl the attachments and promote search results, it works. You must get WebDAV running and working on your servers and crawl the attachment location as a file share (UNC Path). This has been tested on SharePoint 2013 and ...
Try adding the dll as SafeControl entry. Steps are given below: Navigate as shown below: Under Advanced Tab, select as shown below: Fill as shown below in the Add Existing Assembly window. Note: You can place your dll in the web application's BIN folder in the server and pick like shown above.
This is what I've used before to display pdf's and it has never asked me to download in Chrome or IE.(I answered with this on a different question so you know) I have personally used the Content Editor Web Part (Located under Media and Content) to display various documents within the page (no need to have the page be opened on an entirely different page) ...
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