To start working with SharePoint sites from
Microsoft Outlook, you must have at least one SharePoint site configured in harmon.ie. SharePoint sites are added during the onboarding process, or you can manually add the SharePoint sites that you want to access.
Click More () next to SharePoint Sites, and then select Add Site.
In the Add SharePoint Site dialog:
Enter the URL (Internet address) for the SharePoint site that you want to add. Both the standard HTTP and secure HTTPS protocols are supported. This field must contain the protocol prefix (http:// or https://).
Select the authentication method that will be used to connect to the SharePoint sites:
Use Windows credentials to connect to the SharePoint site with the logged in Windows user's credentials.
Note: If a certificate is required for the site, select Use client certificate. You will then be asked to select the required certificate when you select either Test Connection or OK. If the correct certificate is not selected, you will not be given access to the site.
Use custom credentials to provide a User name and Password to access the site. If needed, include a domain name in the form user@domain.
harmon.ie tries to auto complete the username for you, searching for usernames already used for registering sites. If you select a username from the list, its password is automatically set for you.
Use Browser authentication to delegate authentication to Internet Explorer. Use when the other authentication options fail.
Note: This option works in cases the SharePoint server uses session-based cookies for authentication. Relevant to SharePoint custom authentication and Microsoft 365.
Optionally, click the Test Connection button to verify that the connection succeeds. If the connection fails you will see the Failed to Connect message box, which contains more details about why the connection failed. Click Send Report to submit an error report to harmon.ie support, to help you diagnose the problem. Should you choose to submit a report, please know that the URL and username are included in the data that is sent to harmon.ie support, while the password is not sent.
Click OK to add the site and close the Add SharePoint Site dialog.
harmon.ie complies with the permission levels defined by the SharePoint administrator and will allow you to view documents depending on your logged in user's permissions. By default, harmon.ie hides SharePoint subsites for which you have limited or no access. Use harmon.ie settings to show limited or no access subsites.
SharePoint sites can also be centrally provisioned to the user by the Domino administrator. Provisioned sites cannot be removed by the user.
To discover more sites:
harmon.ie helps you discover and add new site collections:
Click More () next to a site > Discover sites. harmon.ie shows a list of site collections that belong to the same tenant/server.
Select the site(s) you want to add to harmon.ie and click Select.
Click Add to add these sites to harmon.ie.
Note: By default, harmon.ie looks for team sites, but the query can be extended to other SharePoint site templates using provisioning.
What other sites are added to harmon.ie?
Apart of the locations you add to the sites list, when a social server is configured, harmon.ie automatically tries to add more sites to your sites list:
Your personal site is automatically added to the SharePoint sites drop-down list in the sidebar panel. If not, follow the directions under adding OneDrive.
SharePoint sites that you follow in the configured social server are shown in the Locations tab, under All Locations, marked with a yellow star on the site icon (). You can hide those sites from harmon.ie.
Administrators can provision harmon.ie to add links users defined in their My Links groups. The site part of the link is taken, and added to the sites list. A special icon () indicates that this site was retrieved from My Links.
The first time users access the site, harmon.ie tries to connect to it using their Windows credentials. If the connection fails, the Add SharePoint Site is displayed and the user is asked to supply credentials for the site.
In the Preferences dialog, the SharePoint Sites list uses an icon to indicate whether subsites are displayed for the site (), or not ().
If subsites are not visible in the sidebar and the Hide subsites and workspaces check box is not selected, this indicates that your SharePoint user does not have permission to view these subsites. Contact your SharePoint administrator to change your permissions. More information about browsing subsites is available in the knowledge base article SharePoint configuration requirements for harmon.ie.
Open supported documents in Office Online, available for sites of SharePoint 2010 or later, lets you open Office documents with Office Online, if installed on your SharePoint server.