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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi Shaun,

    To add to Ilia's response. You do have the additional option of using the OnePlaceMail plugin API if you are using OnePlaceMail Enterprise addition.

    By using the API you can programmatically achieve the exact functionality you are after, as the API allows you to:

    * Specify the save location (url)

    * Specify if the OnePlaceMail "Save to SharePoint window" should appear

    * If you do show the "Save to SharePoint window" then you can choose not to show the navigation tree (thus preventing the user from selecting a different destination

    Here's an image of how the Save to SharePoint window looks if you use the API to hide the navigation tree:

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/765570/oneplacemail-api-navigation-tree-hidden.png?1342570009

    A solution using the API requires you to develop code and have the Enterprise Edition of OnePlaceMail. More detail on the OnePlaceMail API can be found here:

    http://www.scinaptic.com/api-sharepoint-customisation.html

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    Hi Nadine,

    The fix in OnePlaceMail 6.2 resolved the specific issue occurring when the SharePoint site was being accessing via HTTPS and HTTP was blocked. The security restrictions required for this feature have not changed.

    The "email as attachment" functionality is part of the larger OnePlaceMail feature which is activated on your site collection. If you deactivate the OnePlaceMail feature you will also remove the site columns for the email attributes, the email content type, and the OnePlaceMail Email Library template. It is not possible to just disable the "email as attachment" funationality without deactivating the whole OnePlaceMail feature.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi Dennis,

    Thanks for updating the post and I'm glad you were able to get past your issue.

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    Hi Dennis,

    The code you have supplied looks fine, I would check the actual URLs coming through in the AbsoluteLibraryUrl and Form.FolderName URL and ensure that Form.FolderName starts with AbsoluteLibraryUrl.

    I have tested with R6.4.2 of OnePlaceMail (the latest version) against SharePoint 2013. I was able to set the default location to a document set within a library and also a subfolder within a document set in a library without error and with the correct list of Content Types available.

    This is the code I used to set to a document set called "colindocset1" in a library:

    BeforeFilingWindowLoadContext eventContext = (BeforeFilingWindowLoadContext)context;

    eventContext.DestinationLocation = new OPMSharePointLocation(" http://vs-server38/DocSetLib" rel="nofollow">http://vs-server38/DocSetLib", "http://vs-server38/DocSetLib", "

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    This issue is fixed and OnePlaceMail Release 6.4 supports Asset Libraries out-of-the-box without any configuration necessary. OnePlaceMail 6.4 is now publically available for download from the website.

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    I can confirm that OnePlaceMail Release 6.4 includes support for Asset Libraries out of the box (they will appear in all areas of OnePlaceMail just like any other library). This release also handles the scenario described in this thread regarding Asset Libraries sometimes getting created with duplicate named columns (fields). We expect R6.4 to be publically released within the next 4 weeks.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi Hans. I haven't been able to determine why some Asset Libraries get created with the duplicate column, I also do not know if deleting the duplicate column will cause any issues. From a OnePlaceMail perspective it is relatively easy for us to work around the issue and support the case that a duplicate field may exist but this will require a coding change and will therefore have to wait until a new release cycle. Our intention is to make this change and at the same time show Asset Libraries out of the box so you don't have to configure the custom list definition parameter to get them to show. If you are able to find any information or fix to the duplicate column issue please post your findings back here as it may assist others until we can get the workaroubnd implemented in a new OnePlaceMail release. Thanks.

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    I've been able to reproduce the issue you are seeing in some Asset Libraries but not in others. For the Asset Libraries that have this issue I have been able to identify the cause of the error - these Asset Libraries have a duplicate field (or column) called ImageWidth in the Image content type. Using the SharePoint Manager 2010 tool to look at the structure of the Asset Libraries in our test lab, this is what an Asset Library looks like that does not have the issue:

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/870862/oneplacemail-asset-library-working.jpg?1363137154

    This is what a Asset Library looks like that does have the issue and displays the error message you are seeing in OnePlaceMail, notice the Width field exists twice in the Image content type:

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/870863/oneplacemail-asset-library-not-working-duplicate-width-field.jpg?1363137243

    At this stage I'm not sure why some Asset Libraries are getting created with this Width field duplicated. So the solution I've provided (to make Asset Libraries available to OnePlaceMail) may work in some instances but not in others. When we implement support for Asset Libraries out of the box with OnePlaceMail we will handle the scenario where SharePoint has created the library with these duplicate fields.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi,

    Thanks for your enquiry. OnePlaceMail can be configured to show Asset Libraries and make them available just like any other document library. From your description it sounds like you are an Enterprise customer with OnePlaceMail Server Components installed on your SharePoint server, the process for enabling support for Asset Libraries is:

    On the SharePoint server start the OnePlaceMail Server Configuration Utility

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/869749/Start%20OnePlaceMail%20Server%20Configuration%20Tool.jpg?1362963309

    Add a parameter called "Custom List Definitions" and give it a value of "851"

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/869750/Add%20custom%20list%20defintion%20parameter%20and%20set%20value%20to%20851.jpg?1362963409

    Close the utility to have your changes saved.

    Now in an Outlook client you should see Site Asset libraries available whenever using OnePlaceMail to browse the list/libraries available on this server.

    For OnePlaceMail Express users reading this post, the method for adding support for additional library types (e.g. Site Assets) is a little bit different. Please refer to the OnePlaceMail Administrators Guide - section titled "Custom List Definitions - Client Only".

    We will look into adding support for Asset Libraries out of the box with OnePlaceMail in future so this configuration isn't necessary.

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    This issue has been resolved in Release 6.4 which is now publically available for download from the website.

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    OnePlaceMail 6.4 fixes this issue and is now publically available for download from the website.

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    I can confirm that the fix to this issue has been completed by the development team and will be included in the next release of OnePlaceMail (6.4) due for release within the next 4 weeks.

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    Great, thanks for the update

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Thanks Sven.

    When expanding a SharePoint site collection OnePlaceMail will show all subsites that the user has access to (based on SharePoint permissions). As in your scenario this may be a large number of sites.

    I suggest you look at the "My OnePlaceMail Folders" area. This allows a user to bookmark favorite locations in SharePoint (e.g. sites, libraries, lists) and setup their own categorization heirarchy. This essentially allows a user to 'remove the clutter' of a large SharePoint implementation and just focus on the areas in SharePoint that are of importance to them.

    To get started click on OnePlaceMail tab | Manage My Folders https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/874673/manage-folders-in-outlook-ribbon.jpg?1363759125

    This opens the Manage My OnePlaceMail Folders window. In this window you can browse your entire SharePoint environment (left side), and create your own structure on the (right side). By adding folders for levels of categorization and then adding sites, libraries or lists from the left side onto your folders on the right side.

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/874674/manage-folders-add-sites-documentlibraries-lists.jpg?1363759306

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/874675/manage-folders-your-own-structure.jpg?1363759333

    Once you have finished, this structure appears in all OnePlaceMail navigation areas (including Save to SharePoint, Open from SharePoint and Insert from SharePoint windows)

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/874677/my-oneplacemail-locations-in-open-from-sharepoint-window.jpg?1363759406

    In addition the "My OnePlaceMail" structure is also available directly on the Outlook navigation bar allowing you to quickly drag/drop email and/or attachments to sites/libraries/lists in SharePoint.

    https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/874680/sharepoint-locations-available-in-outlook.jpg?1363759513

    You can also click on these folders in the Outlook navigation bar to view the content of SharePoint directly within Outlook.

    The Enterprise Edition of OnePlaceMail allows the structure to be centrally defined and deployed to users (or groups of users) so that users don't need to worry about setting this up themselves. There is even the ability to have the structure be generated programmatically using your own business logic to create and deploy a dynamic user based structure using the OnePlaceMail SDK (available with Enterprise Edition). This allows full flexibility to fit with business processes. An example would be that a new Project Site is created in SharePoint and users are identified as project members. When the user next starts Outlook the new Project Site has been automatically added to the users "My OnePlaceMail" area and is immediately available to view and access. Subsequently when the project has finished, the folder may get automatically removed from Outlook.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi Sven.

    So that I'm better able to understand the question, can you please provide a screenshot showing how the sites are currently being displayed and also a screenshot of the location where you would like to see a categorized view of the sites?

    You can reply in this thread using the Add Image button at the bottom right.

    Thanks.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    Hi Nadine,

    Thanks for your enquiry. It is currently not possible to have OnePlaceMail permanently remove an email after the Send & File operation (when Outlook is configured to save sent email). I can certainly see the business use case for this feature and think it would be a great enhancement. I have changed you question in this forum to an 'Idea' and it will be considered for inclusion in a future release of OnePlaceMail. Other community users can vote up your idea if they have a similar requirement.

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    We are expecting Release 6.3 to go live in the next couple of weeks. A new video is available showing the BCS support that will be included in R6.3 of OnePlaceMail.

    How to use SharePoint Business Connectivity Services from within Microsoft Outlook

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMsWXDJzmxE

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    Cameron Dwyer commented  · 

    The development of BCS support has been completed and is currently in testing. The development team are very happy with the functionality that will be delivered in the R6.3 release including support for BCS filters and direct support of External Content Types without needing to create an External List.

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