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Office 365 has finalized its feature set and the way in which we manage SharePoint Online. As a result the way in which you enable and invite external users (non-Office 365 users), so the following is a list of steps to help you accomplish this goal:
When you want to invite someone from outside of your Office 365 environment to collaborate in your SharePoint Online website, there are a few configurations you will need to do, in order to allow sending invitations to these external users. If these are not performed you may find the following error when sending a SharePoint Online External user a site invitation:
The General Availability (GA) refresh bits may have disabled the External User Invitations site collection feature, requiring you to re-enable this function.
Enable External Access to your SharePoint Online Website
Browse to your SharePoint Online Tenant Admin website, using a similar URL:
1. Click the Manage Site Collections link
2. Click the Settings Link à Manage External Users
3. Click Allow to enable Site Collections to send external users invitations to the SharePoint Online Website
1. Site Actions à Share Site
2. Enter the LiveID you want to invite and click Send
3. You will be given a response to your send operation
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Thank you for providing us the steps to enable SharePoint Online for External User Access.
I think others may benefit from the suggested steps.
Is this activated by default on the P1 plan? I'm not sure if I went to my P1 plan's site collection's settings before and activated the feature, but a quick check just now showed me that it's active.
You are right, this is activated by default on the P1 plan.
P1 plan's Microsoft Online Portal screen is a little difference from E3 Plan. Ryan provide us an E3 plan example.
Suggestion: fix the graphic related to Step 1 so that the InfoPath Web Service Proxy link is not highlighted. Makes Step 1 a hair confusing.
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