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Is it possible to get the content of a email into a document in SharePoint?

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  • FSWD,

    If you want them as you say in a document, there is way I have used, and that is to send them to OneNote from the OutLook Client. Not exactly auitomatic but it works. I have a OneNote notebook set-up for each project, when I read the e-mail at desk, the ones I want to have quick access to I send to OneNote, since the onenote notebook, is shared, it automatically updates the copy on the TeamSite.

    I have thought about doing something in the way of automatically having something run to do this, but have not found the time as yet.

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  • Hello

    this feature (Incoming email) is NOT available on SharePoint Online

  • Hello,

    Currently, the “Incoming Email” feature is not available on SharePoint Online service.
    Therefore, we suggest submitting feedback about this feature by the following link:
    http://g.microsoftonline.com/0BX11EN/135

    Thanks for your understanding and support,
    Claud 



  • FSWD,

    If you want them as you say in a document, there is way I have used, and that is to send them to OneNote from the OutLook Client. Not exactly auitomatic but it works. I have a OneNote notebook set-up for each project, when I read the e-mail at desk, the ones I want to have quick access to I send to OneNote, since the onenote notebook, is shared, it automatically updates the copy on the TeamSite.

    I have thought about doing something in the way of automatically having something run to do this, but have not found the time as yet.

  • Good idea Robert... thanks.

  • For security and performance reason Office 365 won't have incoming email enabled soon, but there are client side technologies such as http://www.cloud2050.com/ to let you enable emails in SharePoint.

  • Brian,

    Another way to do it it simply have outlook client send to Access client linked to a sharepoint list, total cost about 5 minutes time if you have both clients.