The Default view of the e-mail template in SharePoint 2010 does not allows BCC fields. It is possible to add BCC fields for e-mails in your workflow. To activate this you have to fall back on a short trick: Insert your planned BCC recepient into the CC field of the e-mail. In SharePoint Designer navigate to the folder that holds the newly created workflow files (usaually it is stored under /sitename/workflows > navigate to "All files" then "Workflows). Open the XOML file of the workflow with Notepad (use right-click). Then search for the CC and BCC field and change CC with BCC (you will find them in the :EmailActivity node). Save the file, reopen the workflow, doublecheck the empty CC field, republish, thats it!
Did you know that newsletter layout does not support connected filters in SharePoint 2010. That means that connected filters from a list or library web part does not update the connected web part when the connected web part has configured the newsletter view. What a pitty ... # 3. Juli, 2014
No, consumerization of IT of course is not bulky. It helps us getting around easier with business IT. But the term is. People do not how to handle this term - especially IT beginners have difficulties to understand. Any ideas to rename? Read more on this issue under http://blogs.tieto.com/futureoffice/2013/05/31/consumerization-a-broad-topic/ # 13. Juni, 2013
Concerning my latest post on this topic I have to do some update: The current update (Java 7-Update) fixed the issue. I am now able to use the Citizen Card again on my Mac. Great. (mehr …)# 12. Juni, 2013
No good news for MS Outlook 2013 users: I did a short internet research on this topic, with a negative result. Either way it is possible to use the 2010 plugin of Xing, useing an external connector or programming your own one;). Due to my opinion none of the options are acceptable. Does anybody know if Xing will develop a new connector for Outlook 2013? # 22. Januar, 2013
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After finishing my Public Management studies in 2006 beginning to work as IT consultant in the field of public sector consultancy. Back then project in the role of project supervisor - also responsible for the implementation of SharePoint based collaboration and social media projects.