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You can create a calendar in SharePoint and apply an e-mail adress to the list of the calendar. You can send your meeting requests to the calendar list email adress (as attendee). For each meeting, an item is created, which is displayed on the calendar.


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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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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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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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When you are connecting the SharePoint Calendar to Outlook, there will be a dialog and a link asking you to accept the connection. Just copy that link and send it to your users, one click and they have synced the calendar to their Outlook. The link begins with something like this. stssync://sts/?ver=1.1&type=calendar&cmd=add-folder&base-url ...


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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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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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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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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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Try these steps: Go to Control Panel Open Mail Highlight your e-mail account and click on Change Click on More Settings Click on the Security Tab Uncheck "ENCRYPT DATA BETWEEN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK AND MICROSOFT EXCHANGE" Apply and OK. Try to log into Outlook 2010 again Hope this helps you solve the issue :)


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


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No you can not change Single line of text to Person or group. But you can change it to Multiple lines of text Choice (menu to choose from) Number (1, 1.0, 100) Currency ($, ¥, €) Date and Time Workaround Delete and create again manually or using PowerShell.


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Ended up using Layer 2 Cloud Connector to sync O365 Resource calendar (which can auto accept invites) events to a SharePoint list then in SharePoint used jquery FullCalendar. Layer 2 Exchange data provider is a wrapper on exchange web services (EWS) so it is doable without layer 2 if you can access EWS. O365 Resource calendars don't have a password by ...


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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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Also take a look SharePoint Outlook Integration. It provides email and attachment drag and drop to SharePoint; Meta data mapping and others.


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Compeng, This seems like a pretty complicated task (it looks easy if you already have the prerequisites configured). Essentially you have to enable and configure the SMTP Service in CA, enable sites to receive emails, activate the feature on the site collection/site level and then enable the individual list settings. There are a few more things you can do ...


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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.


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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.


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If you are willing to go 3rd party, there are a couple solutions that do a pretty good job. Colligo Harmon.ie


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


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I would create a SharePoint Designer workflow from a private list that you create, with: Incoming email enabled Set up the security for Read-Only, other than yourself The body of the email will be the body of the email in the workflow Specify the SharePoint groups in the List Workflow Action of "Send Email" Set the workflow to fire when a new item is ...


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You just have to set up the calendar sync with the appropriate web address using HTTPS. The error is telling you it's trying to connect to http://oldname.com/sites/abc/develop which isn't the URL you want configured. As a fallback, it is attempting to pull the calendar from http://prodname.com/sites/abc/develop, but that's hitting your HTTP Redirect in IIS. ...


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There isn't anyway to do this out of the box with SharePoint and I am unaware of any purchasable third-party or open source solution to this scenario. With that said, you could accomplish this with a bit of custom code. Outlook lets you add "Internet Calendars" in ICS format. You could write some custom code in a Visual Studio SharePoint Solution that ...


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Site Mailboxes require 2013 of everything - Exchange, Outlook and SharePoint.


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Go to Internet Explorer Options -> Security tab -> click on Internet zone and uncheck Enhanced Protected Mode Then either refresh the page, either restart IE. source :click Here


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ActiveX will only work with IE, that is definitive. There are products that mask this (such as Firefox extensions), but they are still using IE to render their pages. The only way I can see this working is to create custom server side webservice that you can call that will get the item and send the message from the server, but that takes Outlook out of ...


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Have you tried adding a "replyto" header as well? header.Add("replyto", fromEmailAddress); It should make sure users get the correct address when they reply to the email. If that does not work you might be out of luck with the SPUtility and have you use the "normal" C# way (you will need the address to your SMPT host): System.Net.Mail.MailMessage ...


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You may need to enable the list to show up in the "Quick Launch". Go the your list, in the ribbon click on 'list' tab and click on list settings. Now click on 'Title, description and navigation' link. Ensure the option 'Display this list on quick launch' is set to 'yes'. If you would like to reorder or change the name in quick launch, you can go to Site ...


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