One really neat feature of SharePoint is that you can allow people to send emails to your SharePoint server and have the emails and their attachments be added to a List or a Library. For example, if you have a help desk Discussion list, then you could allow users to send their questions as emails to the discussion where they appear in the SharePoint list along with any attachments. Continue reading “SharePoint 2013: Configuration Settings to Allow EMails Into SharePoint”
In this article I’ll show a simple example of nicely formatting a header row in a generated Excel document (using the open source ClosedXML library).
If you would first like some background into setting up and calling functions using .Net and the ClosedXML library, have a look at a previous article I wrote, or visit my site (jwcooney.com) and browse the available categories. Continue reading “ClosedXML Nicely Formatted Header Row”
If you have sites that you access routinely (like my site: http://jwcooney.com), then you’ll likely want a quicker solution to opening up the browser of your choice and then searching through your bookmarks for the site you want to go to. It’s often easier just to directly type the URL into your browser than using awkward bookmarks. Luckily you have a few options in Windows 10. Continue reading “Thoughts About Desktop Shortcuts to Web Sites in Windows 10”