This might be a long shot, but in SharePoint 2003 I remember some web parts needed the user to have visited the site collection / site / page before the information became available.
In other words, ask User 2 to visit the page.
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 ...
yes it is, look at this Post
this Video showing how to create contact list for sharepoint 2010
Just got what you wanted to do
If the idea is to just use that list as a web part, then i suggest you
to look at Site Users web part and add the web part to the landing
page, this web part allows you to configure the SharePoint groups that
The popup is indeed part of the Lync features. Lync installs a plugin (for 2010 it was an Active X one, but in 2013 I have seen presence in Chrome so I guess it is a bit changed) that scans websites for a specific type of markup (that SharePoint for example uses around names and images) and then applies for example the presence icons!
On hover of those ...
If you add a person/group field to your list of contacts, you can set the display to Name(with picture) to show the picture from the user's profile automatically.
There is alos the possibility of adding a hyperlink column to the list to point to an image of the user so it's displayed inline.
Another alternative is to just upload the image of the user as an ...
If you're using SharePoint server you can use the User Profile Service to sync your user's properties with AD. Then instead of using a contacts list just use the user list in SharePoint. This list I find serves better as your corporate contact list as it does provide real info (from AD and from user's updating their own info) and with enabling my sites you ...
If you have a lot of data to migrate, you could look at third party tools to assist with moving data.
I just tried with a public contact list here, I selected all the users, copied them, pasted them into Excel and from there, you can massage any data, and upload it to a contacts list in datasheet view.
3000 items in a list is no problem. SharePoint supports up to 30,000,000. See SharePoint Server 2010 capacity management: Software boundaries and limits
Viewing more than 2000 at a time degradades performance.
You can use out-of-the-box "Connect to Outlook" functionality on Contacts list. Contacts are exported to Outlook separate contact group. Then you can call Outlook Mail Merge functionality to create personalized e-mail messages using Word as editor. But you can not select recipients in SharePoint. You need to filter recipients in Outlook.
If you want to ...
OOTB, you can export the list to Excel and select the users you need and put them in your email. You can also connect the list to Outlook and it'll import everyone into a separate Other Contacts list which you can then select from.
If those aren't viable, then you need to buy one like the one mentioned or roll your own.
Last answer is quite outdated by now, I would recommend looking into this - Creating a web form with Data Table and saving data into SharePoint lists
It's a newer product and allows to do exactly that - public form that adds items to SP via Flow, no need for users to be logged in.
Getting all users from the Office 365 SharePoint admin center directly isn't possible, you can get users one by one, or specify an array of users to get, but to get ALL users in one request from user profile service isn't possible.
What I would do, is to query the the user information list inside the site collection itself to get a list of users added to ...
The columns that can be synchronized to the Outlook are the columns from Core contact and Calendar Columns Site Columns.
Use these columns in the Contact list.
List settings -> Add from existing site columns -> Select site columns from: Core contact and Calendar Columns
Similar issue for you reference: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/...
If I understand your requirement correctly, you want to have the link and ellipsis to another column. Yes, this can be achieved through SharePoint Designer. Right click All Items Under Views and Edit File in Advanced Mode
<FieldRef Name="CellPhone" listItemMenu="TRUE" linkToItem="TRUE"/>
Copy and Paste listItemMenu="TRUE" linkToItem="TRUE" to the ...
Assuming that Sales Rep is People and Group column, you can create a view with filter Sales Rep = [Me].
So whenever Sales Rep comes to this view he/she will see only there records.
For reference: The Power of [Me] in SharePoint Library Views and List Views
User Profile are based on AD User Accounts (it requires a LDAP User Account). Based on your configuration I would create a process to import the contacts to a SharePoint Contact list and then configure People Search to include the User Profiles and the contact list as results. I won't lie and say it's easy, but it can be done if you are familiar enough with ...
There is solution recently provided on CodeProject that has use of forms for public facing sites with the help of form designer.
Sharepoint online does not provide an interface to provide anonymous users access to lists but there is a custom solution that will provide a UI to achieve this.
More details here: Publish a Form for Anonymous Users on a Public ...
if you still need an answer for it, here is my solution (without any other app or paid solutions) :
Connect your Sharepoint Calendar to Outlook, and then in Outlook,
right-click on this calendar, Share, Send this calendar via email (or
whatever it is in English), and send it to yourself.
It will generate an offline .ics file of the current Sharepoint
It appears that this may not be possible due to the way that Outlook stores the contact pictures. I have been searching for an answer for hours without any luck.
For a tool to help debug and troubleshoot how ...
can you see if this works out for you?
and / or check this out:
Click on File > Import and Export
Choose Export to a file and then next
Choose Comma (or Tab) separated values (Windows) and then next
Navigate to Contacts in the list of folders ...
I am working on this issue (for the last 6 hours) right now. To resolve this, I went into Sharepoint and edited the fields for the Contact List. I deleted the field named "Web Page", which had a hyperlink datatype. I created a field call "Web Page" which is just a text field.
This appears to have fixed the issue and I am now getting my contacts to add to ...
There isn't anyway out of the box to do this. You would either need to write some custom code to do this or you could use a third-party solution.
Bamboo has a "Group Email Web Part" that might work for you: http://store.bamboosolutions.com/sharepoint-group-email-web-part.aspx
Presence in SharePoint is enabled when the user has a valid SIP address associated with their User Profile. The visitor has to have an IM client like Lync, IM or Communicator, and they have to be logged in to the messaging server.
When you say you have to "create a contact list". What do you mean? If you enable profile import, the User Profile Service will ...