This guide assumes that you have already added the Calendar E-Mail Extension Add-In to your SharePoint Online site. How to configure There are two different ways to configure the Calendar E-Mail Extension Add-In: 1. “One-click” configuration The “one-click” configuration is recommended when using the add-in for the first time. This setting is the quickest and […]
This article describes how to configure a user account or a shared mailbox and use this account/calendar to send and handle emails using the Calendar Email Extension app. In the Calendar Email Extension app you first have to configure the ‘E-Mail settings’. If you choose the 3rd option – Send invitations, check availability and book […]
In case you have to re-trust the Calendar Email Extension add-in, please follow this guide. Go to site Contents, click on the add-in’s context menu and click on ‘Permissions’ in classic mode or ‘Manage permissions’ if you use the modern design. Classic mode: Modern design: Now click on ‘here’ to re-trust the Add-in.
This article describes how to make sure emails sent from the Calendar E-Mail Extension will not be marked as spam. This only applies if you use the second option ‘Send invitations’ in the ‘E-Mail Settings’ section in the app settings. If you use the 2rd option ‘Send invitations, check availability and book resources’ this is […]
Basic Support Basic support includes e-mail, and if we think it is helpful, telephone support or online meetings. Though we do our best to respond immediately to support requests, the most urgent requests take priority. It may take us up to 24 hours to respond. Online meetings are more time-consuming and must therefore be scheduled […]
The add-in doesn’t collect, store or transmit any personal information from users to other systems. The add-in’s only purpose is to gather information from list items and handle meeting requests and status replies. The only user information stored is the configuration settings provided by the user to handle data within SharePoint correctly.No cookies are created […]