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Windows Phone 7 : Connecting to SharePoint

12/1/2010 2:43:08 PM
SharePoint is a Microsoft technology that’s used by a growing number of companies for employee websites, portals, intranets, blogs, wikis, and more. Windows Phone 7 is designed to work with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. On your phone, you can open Office documents stored on a SharePoint site, edit and make changes to them, and save them back to SharePoint for others to see.

1. Open a SharePoint Site

  1. In the Office hub, flick to SharePoint.

  2. Tap Open URL.

  3. Next to http://, type the address for a SharePoint site, document library, list, or folder; and then tap Go. (If you see a sign-in prompt, enter your user name, password, and other credentials, and then tap Done.)


Tip:

If you have an Exchange e-mail account set up on your phone, SharePoint tries to sign in using that user name and password.



Tip:

Tap More > Bookmark This Link to add a tappable link to the SharePoint section of the Office hub.


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