Email is becoming more and more of an important asset in regards to information management within your company. So you have piles upon piles of information strictly located in Outlook and you have SharePoint as a platform to manage and share the contents for collaboration. The one key thing you’re lacking is a feature to integrate these two so that they’re working together. So why isn’t there a connection between Outlook and SharePoint? Actually, now there is. SharePoint Outlook Integration 2.0 is the solution which now allows users to upload their emails and attachments to SharePoint directly from Outlook.
With SharePoint Outlook Integration 2.0, the user can copy or move emails and attachments to lists and libraries in SharePoint. Incorporating this tool into SharePoint, you’ll know your information assets are more secure as they are now in one more place.
There are lot of other features this Outlook Integration 2.0 includes. For starters, this tool gives users the option to overwrite existing files or create a new file name.
You can now map email metadata to specific columns, then save to your libraries and lists.
Users can now upload email in several different file formats, including: msg, html, txt, doc, and mht formats.
You’re always dragging and dropping. So why would you stop now? Well I guess if the software doesn’t allow you to, then there’s nothing you can do. Now you can drag and drop Outlook emails to folders, a simple but important function allowing you to continue to navigate the way normally navigate on your computer.
Outlook Integration 2.0 supports uploading different Outlook items to SharePoint such as messages, calendars, tasks, contacts, and more.
Try it for free and see that you’ll rest a little easier knowing you have your treasured information located in one more place.
|Function||OI||SharePoint & Outlook|
|Copy or move e-mail directly to SharePoint's lists and libraries|
|Copy or move attachments directly to SharePoint's lists and libraries|
|Overwrite or rename existing files|
|Map e-mail's metadata to SharePoint's library and list columns|
|Save e-mail in different formats including: msg,html,txt,doc,mht|
|Drag & Drop email|
|Upload a variety Outlook items (not only email) to SharePoint's lists and libraries|
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