5 reasons why email is still king for business communication

The last few years have seen an explosion in the number of tools available for us to communicate not only at a consumer level, but also in the context of our workplace both internally within companies and externally between companies. I primarily work with Microsoft technologies, but even within that small sphere the options are... Continue Reading →

Vote for our app in the Office 365 Hack Productivity competition!

  Microsoft is currently running a Hack Productivity competition for creating apps that leverage Office 365 Add-ins and/or APIs to deliver an app that increases user productivity. I’ve been working with the awesome dev team at OnePlace Solutions to cook up a modern Outlook Add-in that will run on any device and allow a user... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Ignite 2016 – Ready, Set, Connect

OnePlace Solutions is proud to be an exhibitor and sponsor again this year at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Atlanta. Ignite is Microsoft's premier conference this year for Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange, Azure, Windows and related technologies. I'll be on the OnePlace Solution booth (#563) during the conference talking about our suite of products that... Continue Reading →

Light up your Outlook Mailboxes with advanced Email Tracking features

I'm preparing to head down to Melbourne for the The Digital Workplace Conference (the new Australian SharePoint Conference). This will be the first conference since the 7.3 release of OnePlaceMail and OnePlaceLive. I'm pretty excited about the new Email Tracking features which goes well beyond simply allowing users to transfer email and attachment from Outlook to SharePoint.... Continue Reading →

Outlook Add-in Ribbon Commands: Resolution to Manifest XML Schema Errors

While taking a look at the new Outlook Addin Ribbon Commands I came across these schema validation errors trying to deploy the addin once I added the VersionOverrides element. In particular I was getting this error message: Failed to deploy the manifest file to the Exchange server.  This app can't be installed. The manifest file doesn't conform... Continue Reading →

More out-of-the-box ways to get Email into SharePoint (2013 and Office 365)

This is a continuation of an article I wrote back at the beginning of 2012 Five out-of-the-box ways to get Email into SharePoint. Since then we have seen the launch of SharePoint 2013 and also more widespread adoption of Office 365 (SharePoint Online). These more recent versions of SharePoint have introduced new ways of getting... Continue Reading →

Integrating Outlook Web Access (OWA) and SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 had a series of Web Parts dedicated to surfacing and interacting with an Exchange mail account directly from a page in SharePoint. Overview of the Outlook Web Access Web Parts (for SharePoint 2007 and 2010) If you are not familiar with the functionality here’s a quick overview (this info is... Continue Reading →

New Exchange Public Folders Support in Outlook Web Access (OWA)

I’ve just been reading Tony Redmond’s article on one of the new features introduced in Exchange 2013 CU1. The ‘new’ public folders are now available within Outlook Web Access (OWA). Here’s Tony’s full article and is well worth a read - Interesting approach to public folder support in Outlook Web App 2013 My main take... Continue Reading →

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