OnePlaceMail for Outlook App
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Coping with COVID-19: remaining productive and how OnePlace Solutions is contributing
OnePlace Solutions is offering the OnePlaceMail App for free until June 30, 2020. The free offer will include all product features, including:
- Saving emails and attachments to SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive
- Classifying content with the automatic capture of email attributes and any other metadata as per your SharePoint environment
- Ability to insert from SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive as either links or attachments.
Please click the following link to find out more:
OnePlaceMail App now supports all custom columns
We are pleased to announce that the OnePlaceMail App supports all custom columns when saving to SharePoint.3 votes
OnePlaceMail App for Outlook - now in General Availability!
We are excited to announce the OnePlaceMail App is now available.
Save emails and attachments to SharePoint locations and or Microsoft Teams channels.
For further information please click here: https://www.oneplacesolutions.com/news/oneplacemail-app-now-in-general-availability.html
Get in touch if you would like to learn more!
- OnePlace Solutions Team
Vote for OnePlaceMail in Microsoft Office App Awards
We are thrilled to announce the OnePlaceMail for Outlook App has been nominated for the People's Choice Awards as part of this year's Office App Awards. Can you help us win and vote today?
Click here: https://bit.ly/2CMIkVc2 votes
Current error: ContentTypeId is read-only error
You may receive notification that there was an issue when saving an email to SharePoint using OnePlaceMail.
We are aware of this issue, and are currently working on this to resolve as quickly as possible. We are also working with Microsoft to resolve this.
We will update this item with further information as soon as possible4 votesAnnouncement · 3 comments · Support · Admin →
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