Sharepoint and Outlook

  fitshase 09:45 15 Jul 10

I use Outlook 2007 at work and a client of ours is using Sharepoint to store documents and templates for us to use. We log in to the Sharepoint site through a https:// address in Internet Explorer.

When in there, one of the options I get is "Connect to Outlook". If I select this, it creates a link to those documents in Outlook. All of this works great until I close Outlook. When I re-open it, I get the message that I don't have permission to view the Sharepoint folders.

I cannot find anywhere in Outlook to store my username and password for the Sharepoint folders.

Can anyone help?


  Chris_Byers 10:29 15 Jul 10

There is a nice tutorial to walk you through how to do this here: click here

  fitshase 11:02 15 Jul 10

Thanks for that but it doesn't tell me anything I don't already know.

I have already connected to the document library on the Sharepoint server through Outlook. It is showing in Outlook.

My problem is that when I close Outlook and re-open it, the Sharepoint folder is still in Outlook but not connected to the Sharepoint server. On send/receive, I get the message that I don't have permission to access it. I then need to remove the folder, log on to the Sharepoint server via the https:// address and re-connect it to Outlook.

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