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What is an Exchange Server Account?

Microsoft Outlook 2010 supports several account types. For email accounts, the most common account types are Microsoft Exchange Server, POP3, IMAP, and Windows Live Hotmail. Some features in Outlook 2010 require a Microsoft Exchange Server account. Exchange is a collaborative communications server that is used by many organizations. Microsoft Office 365 includes Exchange Online. Some […]

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Creating Three-state Workflow in SharePoint

Creating Three-state Workflow in SharePoint

Three-state workflow tracks the status of a list item through three states (phases). It can be used to manage business processes that require organizations to track a high volume of issues or items, such as customer support issues, sales leads, or project tasks. For example, the three states for a project task could be, Not […]

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View workflow tasks

View Workflow Tasks on SharePoint

All of the tasks involved with a workflow are recorded in the tasks list that is associated with the workflow. The tasks list for a workflow is designated when the workflow is added to a list, library, or content type. A workflow can use the default Tasks list for the site, or it can use […]

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Workflows in SharePoint

Workflows in SharePoint

SharePoint workflows are preprogrammed mini applications that take a lot out of the labor and guess work out of your standard work processes. Refer to the flowchart below. It’s a graphical map of a process, with instructions about what happens at each step. Running such a process manually is a time consuming process that requires […]

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Permission Level on SharePoint

Permission Level on SharePoint

A permission level on SharePoint is the right you can grant to a person to do something on your SharePoint site. Depending on the permission level, you can view, create, delete or edit something. There are three kinds of permissions. o List permissions give people the right to do things with lists and with list […]

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