Bug in Outlook add-in commands showing command label instead of the add-in title on first use in a session

It seems there is a bug with the Outlook add-in commands when using the add-in from Outlook Web Access. When using the add-in command (ribbon button) to open a task pane to show your add-in the label of the command button is shown at the top of the add-in where the add-in title should be.... 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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