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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Monday, May 18, 2015
REST operations are essential in any SharePoint development. This series explain available REST endpoints in SharePoint 2013. First article shows how we can made a REST call in both SharePoint Hosted and Provider Hosted app.
- How to make a REST call in SharePoint App and SharePoint Provider Hosted App – Part One
- SharePoint 2013 List Operations in REST
Executing a REST GET call from SharePoint Provider Hosted App
You need to replace the #SPWeb from Appweb Url and #SPHost from Host web Url. App Web Url and Host Web Url is available in Url.
You can find these parameters as QueryString and available in SPAppWebUrl, SPHostUrl.
You need to specify the AppWebUrlUrl in the method below. If you are good at jQuery you can change the method by introducing Deferred Object.
Executing a REST GET call from SharePoint Hosted App
You need to specify the AppWebUrlUrl in the method below.
Calling the Function
Monday, May 4, 2015
Configure outgoing e-mail settings SharePoint 2013 and Office365
Friday, April 24, 2015
- Configure Outgoing e-mail settings in SharePoint 2013 Central Administration - part 1
- Configure Outgoing e-mail settings with existing email sever in SharePoint Server 2013 - part 2
- Configure Outgoing e-mail settings with Gmail/Google SMTP server with SharePoint Server 2013 - part 3
- Configure Outgoing e-mail settings with Office 365 SMTP server with SharePoint Server 2013 - part 4
First check the SMTP server is installed in the server. You can check that on Server Manger and Features section.
If it is not installed first you need to install the SMTP in the server. SMTP server needs port 25 opens in the firewall in default.
After setting up the SMTP server you need to open the IIS Manger.
before stating the SMTP Virtual server need to configure some properties. Right click the SMTP virtual Server and click on the Access Tab. Click on Relay.. button on the Relay restrictions.
This section specified which server can use the SMTP for mail relay. So either you need to select Only the list below and add IP Addresses of all server which used to send the emails (ex:-WFE, APP) or let all servers to send emails by All except the list below and putting nothing on the list.
Then Click on Authentication.. button on Access Control section and make the checkbox for Anonymous access.
Then click ok and go to the Delivery Tab.
Outbound Security section allows you to provide credential for receiving server. Since we are using local SMTP server you can make this as a Basic authentication and type your User name and Password and click the TLS encryption.
Outbound Connection section you can change the default port using.
Advanced.. section you need specify the Smart host for forwarding the email for Gmail SMTP server (smtp.gmail.com).
“You can route all outgoing messages for remote domains through a smart host instead of sending them directly to the domain. This permits you to route messages over a connection that may be more direct or less costly than other routes. The smart host is similar to the route domain option for remote domains. The difference is that after a smart host is designated, all outgoing messages are routed to that server. With a route domain, only messages for the remote domain are routed to a specific server.”
You can find the Gmail SMTP server settings here.
Then start the SMTP virtual server.