When working with Outlook for Mac the content of email messages are rendered in a web browser control that is specific to Outlook (it does not use Safari). So when you have a need to clear any cached data or cookies it is far from obvious how you should go about clearing this cache. I’m a newbie to Mac so maybe this is obvious to seasoned users! Here’s how I went about it.
- Start the Finder application
- Open the Go menu
- You need to get to the hidden Library folder. To get the Library folder to show up under the go menu, hold down the option button on your keyboard
- Now open the Library folder
- Find the Containers folder under Library and expand it
- You should be able to find a folder called com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost
- To clear out the web browser cache I move the following to the trash:
- com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost/Library/Caches/com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost (folder)
- com.Microsoft.OsfWebHost/Library/Caches/Cookies/Cookies.binarycookies (file)
Restart Outlook and you should now have no cached files being used.
Very handy tool that developers and admins can add to their toolbag. Similar to the SharePoint Manager 2010/2013 tool that has been a great resource for many years now. SharePoint Client Browser has the added benefit of supporting different credentials modes, remote SharePoint Sites and handy PowerShell integration.
Finally after 2 months I decided to build the 1.0 version of SharePoint Client Browser and released it to the community! Although the preview (beta) status did not prevent people from downloading it. The counter is currently set at 555 downloads since start of the project on the 2nd of July (only 2 months ago).
CodePlex project and download at https://spcb.codeplex.com/.
So what got changed? I guess almost everything changed from authentication support for default (username and password), SharePoint Online, anonymous and forms based all the way to almost complete coverage of the Client Side Object Model (CSOM). That’s a bit over the top, but the basics for Foundation are in the tool. New capabilities for future releases will focus on Server components like taxonomy.
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