First of all, it will be IMAP connection, don`t try to use wizards for Exchange or Office 365, simply it won`t work.
- Open you mail client and select IMAP as account type
- For “E-mail adress” field use you shared e-mail address. Username should be you main address\shared (eg. email@example.com\dragan.todorovic). For Password simply enter you main address password.
- IMAP server: outlook.office365.com, Port: 993, Type: SSL\TLS (Accept all certificates)
- SMTP: smtp.office365.com, Port: 587, Type: STARTTLS (Accept all certificates)
- Check “Require Sign-In“
- For username set your main email account (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org) and password for this account
As you probably know, once the publishing feature is activated the ‘Save site as a template‘ option will be unavailable in Site Settings. If you try to disable the feture it won`t resolve the problem, since onlu one activation will change the settings for all sites. However, there is a workaround as described below:
First ty to navigate directly to http://yoursite/_layouts/15/savetmpl.aspx and you will get the form for creating template. Simply fill in the form and you`re done.
If you get some error, then you need to connect to SharePoint Online via powershell first, and execute the following commands:
$web = Get-SPWeb http://your_ site
$web.AllProperties[“SaveSiteAsTemplateEnabled”] = “true”
When you send a message from the shared mailbox, the sent message goes into your own Sent Items folder. By default, sent messages are stored in your own mailbox, not the shared mailbox. Previously, the solution was to edit DelegateSentItemsStyle registry value but most of end-users cannot complete this request or even create more problems. Now, there is an update, allowing customers to setup this option very easily.
You should access Office 365 tenant area and select the shared mailbox you wish to edit. Simply enable the following options:
Shared mailboxes on Exchange Online don’t have their own logon, but connection is possible for any user with Full Permissions using IMAP or POP3 access.
You should use the following settings on any Android Device:
E-mail: shared-mailbox (example: email@example.com)
Username: primary-mailbox\shared-mailbox (example: firstname.lastname@example.org\email@example.com)
Server name: outlook.office365.com
Encryption method: SSL
Server name: smtp.office365.com
Encryption method: TLS
For many IMAP server settings, Outlook 2013 & 2016 try to determine the correct folders automatically, but unfortunately without success.
The result is that Outlook will ignore the already existing Sent Items and Deleted Items folder on the server and create some local ones of its own. Usually, you cannot also send or delete messages because your Outlook seems “offline”, but the only problem is that IMAP support in new version is not working as we expect.
All you have to do is to set the “Root folder path” option in your account settings, and Outlook will recognize the correct folders.
- File-> Account Settings-> Account Settings
- Double click on your IMAP account.
- Select “More Options”, then “Advanced”
- Option: Root folder path
- Usually setting this to “Inbox” will resolve the probem.
“We’re sorry, Office Click-to-Run installer encountered a problem because you have these Windows Installer based Office programs installed on your computer”
Unfortunately, you can’t have Office products of the same version (like 2013 or 2016) that use two different installation technologies (Click-to-Run and Windows Installer) installed on the same computer. To fix this problem, remove the Windows Installer version of Office. Then, retry the installation of Office you were doing when you got the error message.