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Month: November, 2007

IE7Pro – The Ultimate Add-On for Internet Explorer

29 November, 2007 (03:12) | Tools | By: Liebrand

The is a must have add-on for anybody that uses IE7 and likes some of the functionality like Fire Fox has such as spell checking, inline searching, and crash recovery. Check it out! IE7Pro – The Ultimate Add-On for Internet Explorer

Finding My Links in the Database

29 November, 2007 (03:10) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I wrote a post a few months back that explained how to find out the membership information for a specific user (My Links, My SharePoint Sites, Site Memberships) all at once. I recently came across another post that specifically gets the users My Links information from the database.   Check out Finding My Links in […]

Search For SharePoint

29 November, 2007 (03:10) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I recently came across a web site that is designed to search for information specific to SharePoint.  The web site uses the custom Google search engine API’s and it filters out all unnecessary information. Currently the search engine references about 750 SharePoint related sites.  It is a fairly new venture so I am sure it […]

Office 2007 and Mail Merge with SharePoint

29 November, 2007 (03:09) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

I have been working with Microsoft Premier support on an issue around performing a mail merge with a Word document and Excel document stored in a SharePoint (WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007) team site. According premier support, they are unable to 100% duplicate my issue. However, I am convinced this is a problem.  I have […]

Office 2007 and My SharePoint Sites

29 November, 2007 (03:07) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

In previous posts I have discussed the concepts around the MOSS 2007 Membership functionality (see the Office 2007 and User Memberships post). This post talks about the location of the My SharePoint Sites and how it gets populated. Once again, the My SharePoint Sites functionality is new to Office 2007 and requires you establish your […]

Operation: My Site Lock Down

29 November, 2007 (03:07) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

As many people know, the SharePoint My Site is open by default. When a user gets a My Site provisioned, SharePoint conveniently creates a Personal Documents library (only accessible to the user) and Shared Documents/Shared Pictures libraries (accessible to anyone in the organization). Here lies the problem — when a user creates a new library […]

MOSS 2007 and User Memberships

29 November, 2007 (03:06) | SharePoint | By: Liebrand

A new and often misunderstood feature of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server ("MOSS") 2007 is the concept of user memberships. The user membership information is rendered through a few different surfaces within the SharePoint environment. The following is a list of places the membership information is used and surfaced: 1. Users My Site 2. Top Navigation […]