In the Sites category, select your site, click Edit or Add, then Test Connection. If a connection cannot be established, you may submit a problem report by clicking the Send Report button in the Failed to Connect message box.
Select Always show these columns, and then click Visible Columns to open the Visible Columns dialog box where you can configure visible columns to configure the columns you want to see when navigating.
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Select Use the default SharePoint view to open the default view when navigating.
To sort the list of views:
The SharePoint views can be sorted alphabetically, to match the SharePoint order of views:
Check Exclude folders from an empty group if you want to view folders that do not belong to any group in the beginning of the document list. Uncheck if you want to view them in the empty group (for example in Territory:<none>).
Check Show Group By field name if you want to show the field name by which the content was grouped. Uncheck if you do not want to see the field name.
In the the Documents area, click Options, and configure the following:
To configure if you want to select a content type during document upload, check Let me select content type during document upload.
To configure if you want to be warned about missing required properties, check Warn me when documents are missing required properties if you previously checked Do not warn me again in a warning prompt and want to revert to the default behavior.
To open the Properties window on every upload, check Open the properties window on every upload.
To configure if you want to be prompted to check in documents and make them available to others, select one of the following:
No, check in the documents automatically
No, leave documents checked out
The People tab
To manually configure or change the social server:
Select the Advanced tab and check Move email instead of copy to harmon.ie.
Note: To reverse the behavior set in the application options, and change the drag-and-drop mode from move to copy or vice versa, hold the Alt key while dragging an email to the sidebar.
To set email options:
Use harmon.ie Options to set the default action taken when sending email messages containing attachments. You can override these settings for a specific email message using the Save Attachments button, available in the harmon.ie ribbon button.
Note: The email setting does not apply to currently open message windows.
To set the default action when sending an email message with attachments:
Under Email Settings click the Prompt to save attachments when sending emails > Options button. The Save attachment options dialog appears.
Select one of the following Ask me to save attachments when sending emails options:
Always: Each time you send an email message with attachments, you are asked if you want to upload the attachments to SharePoint and replace them with links. This is the default setting. Select this option if you always want to be prompted to replace attachments with links.
Never: Select this option if you do not want to be prompted to replace attachments with links. In this case the attachments are sent as physical files and are not uploaded to SharePoint.
Only if all recipients are from the following domains: Select this option to instruct harmon.ie to prompt you to upload the attachments to SharePoint and replace them with links when all the recipients (To, Cc, and Bcc) belong to one of the domains listed in the text box.
This field defaults to the domain used by your default Outlook account. Separate multiple domains by commas. Wild cards ('*') are allowed.
To set whether to always prompt to save an outgoing message to SharePoint:
Click the Map email headers to SharePoint columns > Mapping button to open the Email Header Mapping dialog.
From here, you can edit existing email headers.
Multiple SharePoint fields, separated by a semicolon, can be configured as candidates to be mapped to an email header. harmon.ie assigns each header value in an email message to only one SharePoint field - the first in the list of fields that exists in the document library. Any email header field can be mapped to SharePoint metadata.