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The steps are the following: Install and configure SMTP service on SharePoint. Configure incoming E-Mail settings in SharePoint Central Administration. Add a Send connector in Exchange Server. Configure library incoming email settings. You could check this article to Configure Incoming E-mail in SharePoint 2013: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/...


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Just to keep an extra piece of information, since I can't add comments yet. Here is a guide I have followed, which unfortunately though throws an error at some point due to mismatch between the JSON and the scheme. [https://www.intelogy.co.uk/blog/assigning-microsoft-flow-approvals-to-sharepoint-groups/][1] I think this can be solved by retrieving the JSON ...


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Sending as the inviting user is the default behavior of SharePoint Server 2013+, however this can be adjusted in SharePoint Server 2016+ starting with the August 2017 update, KB4011244, though I would recommend you apply the latest PU to your farm: KB4484476 KB4484473 You can then apply the change at the Web Application level: $wa = Get-SPWebApplication ...


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I suggest you use PowerShell. 1.Create a column first. Then write the name of the folder which each document should go in the column. 2.Run below PowerShell. #get the web $web=get-spweb "your web url" #get the library $list=$web.lists['library name'] #get all files $files=$List.RootFolder.files for($i = 0; $i -lt $files.Count){ $file=$files[$i] #...


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