How do I get MS Outlook to open in order to create personal e-mail address?
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I'm using Outlook 2010 on Windows 7 64bit.
My company uses a hosted Sharepoint server (I guess it's Sharepoint 2010). There's a team calendar, which I would like to connect to my Outlook 2010. Linking it to Outlook works fine until it tries to update the calendar with the Sharepoint server. I shows
the following error:
Error (0x80070005) when running the task "SharePoint": "You are not authorized to view the SharePoint list (team calendar). Contact the administrator of SharePoint site. HTTP 401."
So this tells me, I'm not authorized to connect - which is quite clear because Outlook never asked my for any username or password.
Funny thing is when I try to add an internet calendar (Right mouse click on calendars, Add calendar, Internet calendar) and use the url of the sharepoint list, it asks me for username and password, but then fails to add the calendar, as it isn't a webcal
(which is OK).
BUT: As Outlook at this moment has the username and password, the exisiting Sharepoint calendar synchronizes correctly. This works until Outlook is being restarted.
Does anyone have an idea why I'm not asked for any authentication? Maybe there's some setting I haven't found yet? It works with trying to add the webcal any time when I start Outlook, but t
Do they work together? Will I be able to integrate, for instance, sharepoint srvices 3.0 calendar with outlook 2010 calendar, so when I put new info in outlook calendar, it will be automatically shown in ss 3.0 calendar?
I've connected to outlook a task list of sharepoint 2010.
Once connected I can see only the activities assigned to one single user. All the activities assigned to multiple users are not reported
Does anyone know how to solve this bug?
The Connect to Outlook feature in SharePoint Server 2007 uses a .pst file to store content that is visible in Outlook. This has caused issues in the past with a client's enterprise policy of preventing use of .pst files on desktops. This particular client
has an application that periodically checks for .pst files and deletes them, which breaks the Connect to Outlook feature for them.
Does SharePoint 2010 use the same functionality to Connect to Outlook, or something different?
I have experienced the following situation:
All items are not, for example, 'Removed' from the SharePoint information store list on Outlook on ClientPC1
The items are correctly reported on the SharePoint site.
I am using SP 2010 and have outlook 2007. I am using the calendar synch option and am easily able to synch the calendar from SP to Outlook. I was easily able to drag and drop all appointments at once from my outlook calendar to the SP calendar and they showed
up on the SP site. Now I am unable to make any further changes on the SP calendar using Outlook that will show on the SP site. It will say it is "Send/Receive Status % complete" at the bottom of the Outlook screen, but when I look
at the SP site, no changes are reflected. It will allow the opposite, if I make changes to the calendars on the SP site and then the changes will show on my Outlook SP calendars.
I have full permission in SP. Really confused why it let me synch at first FROM Outlook to the SP site, but no longer will.
Thanks in advance!
We have been unsuccessful in getting Outlook Web App 2010's responses to show up in SharePoint 2010 Meeting Workspaces.
Is this even possible?
I'm looking at creating a Meeting Workplace using sharepoint services 3.0.
I'm reading a lot about calendars and how you can configure them to receive emails & update the calendar & such.
What I want to know is if it can be hooked into Outlook 2007 / 2010 so that it will either directly update my (and other members) calendars, or if it can be configured to broadcast the meeting request to the other members.
Ok, need some expert advice here. I have setup a new SharePoint Farm, complete, not standalone, with nothing by the My Sites Host site collection. I can access the profiles by https://sharepoint.domain.com/my or by https://sharepoint.domain.com/my/person.aspx?accountname=domain/user.
/my/default.aspx works as well. My profile sync is working, I get the data pulled properly from AD for these profiles and it propagates the managers info and org browser, etc.
For the life of me, I cannot get the Social Connector to do anything for SharePoint. No News Feeds, nothing. I click on Add in the People Pane, and choose "on My Site" and it errors out.
I have looked through countless blogs, but all of them seem to be centered on the User Profile Service, and mine is obviously working. My users can update their profiles directly on the site, so it's not permissions.
Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.
I've used Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 to create an External Content Type with Office Item Type 'Contact'. I then created an External List in a SharePoint site to display the items in the External Content Type (after granting permissions
on the ECT). When I click 'Connect to Outlook', a VSTO is created and installed. It says, the install is succesful. However, I do not see the contacts in my External List in Outlook. This is a 64-bit version of Outlook 2010. When I click 'Connect to Outlook'
again, I get an error: "Cannot install or update this external list on client machine because another update is already in progress".
From another client machine where I installed the 32-bit version of Office 2010, this functionality works great. It seems the VSTO SharePoint BCS creates when you click 'Connecto to Outlook' on an external list, is not compatible with 64-bit versions of
Office. Just to make sure there were no other differences between my two machines, I went back to the 64-bit Office client, uninstalled all Office software, then installed the 32-bit version of Office 2010. I then did my test again, and everything worked just
So, my conclusion is: Connect ot Outlook does not work on a SharePoint 2010 External List when you are running 64-bit Office 2010.
After recently setting up alerts in SharePoint 2010, when receiving email alerts the format looks pretty screwed up. We are using Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2007. When setting up SharePoint outgoing email, the character set is 65001 (Unicode UTF-8).
Below is a picture of the email. Anyone have any suggestions?
I am completely unable to use the Connect to Outlook option on any list inside my SharePoint Foundation installation - the button is present, but remains greyed out and non-functional.
I have confirmed the following:
- The server is using AD and is set up correctly
- SMTP is set up for outgoing mail
- All features available have been activated
- There are no restrictions for the creation of local pst files on my system
- I am running Outlook 2010, 64bit
- The user being used is in an owners group for the site collection and the site, but I've also added direct permissions for the user for all possible permission sets
- I am able to use the Excel services, Visio and Project connections, but not Outlook
- I am using a standard, unaltered task list and calendar, neither of which will permit connection
- I am using IE8
Since the button is greyed out, I'm not even able to get an error message that might tell me something additional.
I've been searching for a while, to no avail - what am I missing?