Saturday, July 21, 2007

Links for 2007-07-21

Interesting links gathered from all over the Internet / Uploading Documents To SharePoint - Uploading documents to SharePoint is a common requirement in any SharePoint project. There are many tools at your disposal to accomplish that task but you can also leverage PowerShell in combination with the .NET FrameWork and the SharePoint object model. (tags: sharepoint powershell)

Demo: Configure a SharePoint Server 2007 site to receive e-mail - SharePoint Server - Microsoft Office Online - By configuring your Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site to receive e-mail messages, you can enable team members to use e-mail to send information, messages, and files directly to different areas of the site. For example, users can send announceme (tags: sharepoint email)

Microsoft CRM 3.0 SDK - Welcome to the Microsoft CRM 3.0 Software Development Kit (SDK). This SDK contains a wealth of resources, including code samples, that are designed to help you build powerful vertical applications using the Microsoft CRM platform. (tags: microsoft crm)

Resource Management in MSMQ Applications - Learn how to manage resources in your Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) applications by avoiding resource bottlenecks in memory, disk and network as well as abiding by MSMQ and system limitations. (6 printed pages) (tags: msmq microsoft)

Wrox::Wrox Article : Developing Sharepoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites the Smart and Structured Way - The latest release of the SharePoint platform, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, introduces new capabilities to the SharePoint platform: hosting content-centric Web sites on SharePoint and providing a robust publishing infrastructure. This p (tags: sharepoint)

Creating SharePoint document library folders from CSV file - Ian Morrish - WSSDemo Blog - I had to create hundreds of folders in an Enterprise Document Library template based site based on a CSV extract from a CRM system. I did not have server access to had to think of a remote solution. Creating local folders and then using the drag and dro (tags: crm sharepoint)

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