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What is OnePlaceMail

OnePlaceMail connects Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows Explorer to Microsoft SharePoint (2007, 2010, 2013) and Office 365. OnePlaceMail promotes the adoption of SharePoint as your enterprise information management and collaboration platform.


  • Unlock valuable information assets trapped in Microsoft Outlook inboxes, Network drives and documents created in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

  • Reduce compliance and records management risk through better email management.


  • Capture and promote email attributes to SharePoint for a complete record of an email message.

  • Classify content from Outlook, File Explorer and Office using Terms and Taxonomy and SharePoint metadata.


  • Bring SharePoint and Office 365 to the user within Microsoft Outlook.

  • Search and insert items from SharePoint within Microsoft Outlook.

Why OnePlaceMail?

  • Promote user adoption and capitalise on the investment made in Microsoft SharePoint.
  • Unlock valuable information assets trapped in personal inboxes.
  • Reduce compliance and records management risk through better email management.
  • Increase information visibility across project teams. Securely manage enterprise information with SharePoint.
  • OnePlaceMail simply feels like a natural extension to the desktop applications. Reduce training and have a common, intuitive experience across all applications from Outlook/Office 2003 through to Outlook/Office 2013 and File Explorer.
  • A proven solution that has been licensed to leading organisations in over 35 countries.

The OnePlaceMail advantage

In addition to powerful Outlook, Office and File Explorer integration to Microsoft SharePoint, OnePlaceMail provides organisations with:

  • One solution that delivers all capabilities across multiple versions of Outlook/Office clients, operating systems and SharePoint environments.
  • Performance in large enterprise environments. It supports 50,000-plus terms and taxonomy-type-ahead direct from all desktop applications including Outlook 2003. It also supports large SharePoint library folder structures and SharePoint site collections.
  • Centralised enterprise deployment and configuration capabilities.
  • A way to promote the power of Microsoft SharePoint to the desktop and reduce training costs.
  • The ability to integrate other systems using the comprehensive OnePlaceMail API.