I have 2 URL of the same web application (extended)
Intranet : intranet.domain.com
Extranet : extranet.externalurl.com
When i setup Office Online Server i use the internal and external parametre but i have an issue with the certificat because i have 2 differents certificat (one for inernal url and one for external url), is there a way i can do an extended OWA ? or put 2 certificat ?
We have a conference room computer that is shared by everyone in the office. Whenever someone opens a powerpoint file in desktop mode, powerpoint asks the user to sign in every time. Then we end up with 2-3 people logged into powerpoint at the same time, when the next person goes to login powerpoint just freezes and we have to sign out all other users, re open the file, sign in and it works fine.
(I just used powerpoint as an example, this happens with all office applications)
I know there is a way for a user to sign into sharepoint and if they have a license that allows for desktop applications. The desktop application will not ask the user to sign in because the credentials are already in sharepoint. I have not figured out how to set this up properly. I would greatly appreciate any tips! Thanks for your time.
The RFCs say that out of office mails and other MDNs should be sent with an empty sender. Since Exchange 2010 (or 2007?), that is what it is done.
The problem is that at least Gmail and Hotmail refuse those mails:
status=bounced (host gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com[184.108.40.206] said: 550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable (in reply to MAIL FROM command))
Internet says that we can’t add a sender to those out of office mails in Exchange 2010. There are transport rules but they can’t add “From” attribute in header, and email rewriting but… Its like asking me to write a big book in chinese while I just want to have a “cool” chinese character on my arm.
My luck is that my exchange sends mail via a postfix server (Internet -> Postfix -> Exchange) and that we can add sender to mails with postfix.
What I understand is that I can replace things like “*@mydomain.com” to a single static mail address, always the same, that I can choose like “mailer@myStylishDomainName.com” but what I would like to do is add the real sender mail address to the “from”. And I would like to do this only if it is a “automatic reply” kind of mail.
How could I add a “from” value to my out of office mails so that gmail and other external mail servers accept my MDNs please?
NB: out of office works internally, the logs says it goes out of Exchange 2010 to go to Postfix (without any sender), that Postfix sends it out to the sender without any sender and the destinator bounces it back with the error ” status=bounced (host gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com[220.127.116.11] said: 550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable (in reply to MAIL FROM command))”
Sometimes, seemingly at random, when I go to save a Word document I’m working on, the Save As defaults to User Templates instead of Docs. Sometimes I don’t notice it’s done that and I just hit Save. Now I can’t find those docs.
I found them once a while ago, but I don’t recall how, and I need some of those docs for clients. How do I locate them?
Microsoft Office For Mac 2011 14.1.3
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I have purchased a standalone version of Office 2019 for my Mac. So far so good. I also have a spare Windows 10 notebook and would like to occasionally run Office apps on it (not at the same time as my Office 2019 Mac version). Does the license key allow such an installation combo?
the request /op/embed.aspx?url cannot render the document totally，just like the picture bellow：
in firfox，I can see the %paramaters% in document should be rendered by service are missing。
and，this problem happened at the first time after a free time，when i reload the page ，everything goes ok。
We use Office 365 for our companies e-mail, and have a shared mailbox for support enquiries (firstname.lastname@example.org) from external users. We need e-mails sent to that inbox to end up with a small group of internal users, so I added a rule to redirect them:
This works great except that if any of the internal users being redirected to has an auto-reply set up (e.g. out of office) then the external user see’s it! This is obviously not ideal, so I tried using a forwarding rule instead:
And while the internal users do get the e-mails, and the external users don’t get the auto-replies, the e-mails now appear to be from the support address rather than the original sender (which makes sense as they were forwarded).
Is there any way to configure it so we get the behaviour of the redirect without the senders getting the auto-replies?
I am running Windows server 2012 with SharePoint 2010 and the users with running windows 10 and Office 2013,
So recently i upgrade them all to office 365 Pro Plus
Since then, i can not edit in Excel through IE11
Yes i am getting Pop up message ( Read Only or Edit ) so whenever i choose edit the Excel open in Read Only Mode ..
Before the upgrade it was working fine..
So please can anyone give me a best solution ?
I have tried Many Methods Like
1- Click File > Options > Trust Center > Protect View, uncheck all Enable Protected View settings to disable Protect View temporarily, save the setting and restart Word to open this document.
2- HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office.0\Common\Identity\EnableADAL –> D-WORD=0
I still have Office 15 in the register ( Is this have any related issue with office 16 )
I am pretty new to Office 365, but I have a business premium licence which includes also Sharepoint.
I created a new site, based on a topic communication template, where I would like to add a new page as Wiki Page Library, where I can put documents and knowledge based related to that site.
However I do not know how? It should be possible to add it as a new app according the following article from Microsoft support: Create and edit a wiki
But my issue is that I do not see any Wiki Page Library when clicking on Add an app. And I do not think it is a permission issue as I am a global administrator of Office 365.
I’ve spent hours on Google trying to find solution, looking into different options in admin section of Office 365 and Sharepoint, but I am not able to find Wiki Page Library…