New videos – Overcoming the limitations of SharePoint Site Mailboxes
Posted by Cameron Dwyer
In this previous blog post SharePoint Site Mailbox integration with Outlook – A new way to get email into SharePoint, I introduced the new SharePoint Site Mailbox concept introduced in SharePoint/Exchange/Outlook 2013 and took a look the pros and cons of using this new feature.
The following short videos show how OnePlaceMail 6.4 builds on the SharePoint Site Mailbox concept to deliver an enhanced user experience that overcomes many of the limitations or short comings of Site Mailboxes.
1) Capture Email attributes when saving to Site Mailboxes
This video demonstrates how to extend Site Mailboxes in SharePoint 2013 to capture email attributes when saving email messages or email attachments.
2) Tag Content with custom metadata when saving to Site Mailboxes
This video demonstrates how to tag content with custom metadata when saving email or email attachments to SharePoint Site Mailboxes from Outlook 2013.
3) Save to Site Mailboxes from Windows Explorer and Office Applications
This video demonstrates saving from Windows File Explorer and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) into SharePoint Site Mailboxes.
4) Access SharePoint capabilities from Site Mailboxes
This video demonstrates how to access SharePoint from within an Outlook 2013 Site Mailbox. The demonstration also shows toggling between the Site Mailbox Exchange Style view and SharePoint View of the current location.
5) Manage Email Attachments with Site Mailboxes
This video demonstrates how to replace email attachments with links to items in SharePoint. The video also demonstrates searching SharePoint, include Site Mailboxes to insert or add.
About Cameron DwyerArchitect and developer at OnePlace Solutions. Passionate about delivering compelling solutions on the Office 365/SharePoint platform. Addicted to coffee.
Posted on March 12, 2013, in Exchange, Office, Office 365, OnePlaceMail, Outlook, SharePoint and tagged Attachments, email, Exchange 2013, Limitations, Metadata, SharePoint 2013, Site Mailbox, Tagging. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.