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DocumentLibraryName Document Library page in Windows SharePoint Services.
Documents that are attached to e-mail messages in the public folder are automatically added to the document library. The document library displays the document, the From address, the
Subject box, and the date and time that the attachment is added to the document library. Note that the text that is contained in the body of the path of the e-mail message remains in the public folder, and is not transferred to the document library.
Before you can configure a document library for e-mail insertion, you must first configure the Exchange public folder to work with Windows SharePoint Services, and then configure the virtual server to accept e-mail attachments. As soon as these tasks are complete, you can configure the document library that you want .
Follow these steps to configure a document library for e-mail insertion in Windows SharePoint Services:
- Connect to the document library that you want to configure for e-mail insertion.
- Under the Actions tab, click
Modify settings and columns.
- On the Customize
DocumentLibraryName Document Library page, in the General Settings section, click Change advanced settings.
- On the Document Library Advanced Settings:
DocumentLibraryName Document Library page, in the E-mail Settings area, type the path of the Exchange public folder that you want to link to in the Public folder address box.
This path is relative to the path that you specify on the Virtual Server General Settings page when you configured the virtual server to permit e-mail-enabled document libraries.
For example, if the virtual server is configured to use http://ServerName/Public as the root path for public folders, and the full path of the public folder is http://ServerName/Public/FolderName, type /FolderName in the
Public folder address box.
- Click OK.
For more information about Windows SharePoint Services, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Article ID: 825213 - Last Review: Mar 29, 2017 - Revision: 4