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SharePoint and Office 2010-Part I-An Inside Look At Outlook 2010 and SharePoint 2010 People Search

In this ALL DEMO three (3) part series we will take a look at Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.  Specifically, we will look at integration and how these great new products are made to work together.  You will see many of the newest features in action.

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In part I we look at Outlook 2010 and SharePoint Search to highlight the following:

  • Outlook 2010
    • Conversations
    • Display By Conversation
    • Ignore Conversation
    • Quick Steps
    • Schedule a Meeting
    • MailTips
    • Distribution Lists
    • History of Conversation
    • Create your own QuickSteps
  • SharePoint Search
    • Searching for People
    • Social Distance
    • Lots of new features for collaboration built in
    • Starting a chat
    • Integration with Communicator
    • Share Desktop using communications server integration
      Links to the Entire Series:

Links to the Entire SharePoint and Office 2010 Series:

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Another Post with video that may be of interest… Planning for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010

Also probably of interest Business Intelligence (BI) in SharePoint 2010

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