OnePlaceMail for Office 365 / SharePoint Online
OnePlaceMail for SharePoint Online (Office Store App) is both an Outlook Add-in and an Office 365 app that connects Microsoft Outlook with SharePoint from different mobile devices and platforms such as macOS, Windows, OWA, iOS iPhone and iPad.
While OnePlaceMail for SharePoint Online is in public preview, it will remain completely free to use. The application provides a link to give feedback and suggestions on how we can improve OnePlaceMail.
OnePlaceMail for SharePoint Online, a new multi-platform application from OnePlace Solutions
Solve the problem of ensuring important corporate information can be easily stored and retrieved from SharePoint instead of being trapped inside personal inboxes.
Multi-platform - macOS, Windows, OWA, iOS iPhone and iPad
OnePlaceMail for SharePoint is multi-platform, users can work from home using the Outlook client on their preferred device, from their smartphone, or through the Outlook Web App.
When they get to the office, they can continue working within Outlook on the device of their choice, accessing the same information without having to change how they work.
Save email or attachments to SharePoint from Outlook
A single click or tap within Outlook allows users to send the email, or any attachments to SharePoint. Choosing where to save the information within SharePoint is easier than saving a file on a shared network folder.
The information that is sent to SharePoint can be categorised with all the metadata retained.
Access content - fast - so users aren’t kept waiting
Information that is stored in SharePoint is made accessible from Outlook and allows people to seamlessly share content in SharePoint quickly and easily.
And unlike many add-ins, OnePlace Solutions has created an Outlook add-in with a fast load time, of under a second, so users aren’t kept waiting.
Office 365 / SharePoint online user adoption
OnePlaceMail for SharePoint brings the power of SharePoint for information capture and management into Outlook rather than forcing people to move away from their familiar workplace tool.
It takes advantage of Microsoft's Office UI fabric so that the solution looks and feels like Microsoft Outlook, allowing users to remain productive with their regular workflow.