Bob Mixon


Bob Mixon is a managing director, information and software architect, developer, and mentor for ShareSquared.

SharePointers - 09 Apr 2008

I've linked a SharePoint list to Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. This setup has worked great for quite some time, but now I don't see any updates when I view the list in Outlook. I also now get the following Send/Receive error in Outlook: Task ‘SharePoint' Reported error (0x80004005): An error occurred in this SharePoint List (list name). What can I do to solve this problem?

SharePointers - 25 Apr 2007 1
Bob Mixon answers your questions about linking a SharePoint list to Outlook, SharePoint navigation, and changing SharePoint's site structure.
SharePointers - 28 Mar 2007
Bob Mixon offfers up SharePoint solutions from an administrator's perspective.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 Configuring Search Services

To access all figures and tables for this article, please download the PDF version here.

In a previous article, I focused on the process of Planning Search Services for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. In this article, I am going to take what we learned from that article and apply it to Configuring Search Services.

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 Planning Search Services

One ultimate goal for any Knowledge Management system is to quickly deliver accurate information to users. There are many factors that assist in the success of this goal; the first of which I believe is planning. It is my hope this article will provide you with a foundation for understanding what needs to be planned before you attempt to configure MOSS 2007 Search Services.

Federated Search in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007

In most corporate environments today, small and large, information is scattered throughout. It can be found in e-mail storage systems, file shares, desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, databases, etc.; the list goes on and on.

SharePoint Search : Metadata and Context

In today's business, the Information Worker (IW) has increased responsibilities to be more productive and provide a higher level of quality results. These IW's must be able to quickly obtain the information they need to make proactive business decisions. There is an exceeding requirement for Corporate Knowledge Management (KM) solutions to deliver this information accurately and within the context of the current users needs. So how do we obtain accurate and relevant search results?

Microsoft Revs Client Security Tool

One of the major reasons for Microsoft's recent inability to ship major new products is its Trustworthy Computing push, in which the software maker briefly halted all active software development and worked to integrate more secure controls into its products. Trustworthy Computing is now a fact of life for Microsoft, and its offerings are now more secure than ever thanks to the initiative. But as one of the world's largest makers of software, Microsoft is increasingly involved in creating its own security solutions for customers as well.

SharePoint Portal Server Visual Elements
SharePoint Portal Server's Grouped Listing Web Part gives you flexibility in displaying portal listings, so that you can streamline your SharePoint Portal's navigation structure.
Planning Your SharePoint Portal
A successful SharePoint portal design rests on the answers to some key questions.
Making Sense of SharePoint Portal Server Architecture
Review basic SharePoint Portal Server elements, then explore portal listings, which you can use to aggregate and display information consistently across your site's portal areas.
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