I don't get this. Not only can you not share contact lists which is an obvious thing to need to do in OWA, but the export functionality doesn't work on a contact list either (i.e. a list made by going into People, My Contacts, New, Contact List). That is really poor.
Bearing in mind there isn't any support for shared contact lists in OWA at this time, I would have thought being able to export a contact list would be essential functionality as a workaround.
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I note that it is possible to edit a simple PDF form using the built-in viewer, and selecting the Open In Browser option - but that's about it. Having a good editing capability for PDFs would be a real bonus.
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I was trying to find a way of dropping a link onto the home page to direct users to our own help Sharepoint, so I was disappointed to find the functionality is so limited. I don't want to have to ask users to go and find things - I want to present what they need right in front of them when they login.
you can do this in SharePoint today (i.e. put all members into Read Only permission bucket)
Although I get the idea of collaboration, a Group owner should be able to at the very least, control what GUEST users can do simply and easily - in particular, to set them read-only. It's just common sense.