Month: July 2012

Exchange – Missing attachment reminder

With the coming new Exchange version, Exchange 2013 – which will be also available in the next major update for Office 365, Microsoft has introduced a new reminder for email. This new feature is called Attachment Reminder; it will remind you that your are missing attachment based on the text you wrote on your email. …

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Office 365 – It is now possible to restore deleted users

If you manage your Office 365 user accounts through the Administration portal (i.e. without using Directory Synchronization), it is now possible for you to restore delete user account. A deleted account can be restored by yourself for the next 30 days after the deletion. To restore user account, go to the Administration Portal, then browse …

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SharePoint – Issue with Web Analytics report with no data for last days

With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft has improved the usage analysis and reports. However, you may have the following issue: after some months in production, especially if you have a high usage, data report are not generated for days (all value are set to 0). No events are logged, while timer jobs related to usage analysis are …

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Exchange 2013 – App includes with Exchange

With the coming version of Exchange, Microsoft has introduced the use of ‘web app’, code name Agave. These applications are also available on SharePoint or on Office client (especially Outlook 2013). The idea is to provide to the users additional features to assist them in their day to day work, such as find direction to …

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Office – SharePoint Workspace is now called SkyDrive Pro

With Office 2013, SharePoint Workspace doesn’t exist anymore. It’s now replaced by SkyDrive Pro. As part of the new features, SkyDrive is fully integrated to Windows Explorer: when you select a SharePoint library to keep available offline, the content is appearing on Windows Explorer in a Favorite place called SharePoint Libraries.