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How to add the SuperOffice for Outlook add-in

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    How do I add the "SuperOffice for Outlook" add-in?

    It can be deployed either per Outlook user directly, or centrally by Office365 admin.

    Click here see how to perform Centralized Deployment

    Click here to check out the app in our SuperOffice App Store

    Deploy in your own Outlook

    1. Go to 'SuperOffice for Outlook' at https://appsource.microsoft.com/
    2. Click on "Get it now"
    3. Confirm your logged in to your correct Office 365 user account in the dialogue One last thing… select Continue

    The deployment is now complete.
    The SuperOffice add-in for Outlook should now be available from the three dots (More actions) in the right corner of an e-mail.
    Read our quick-start-guide here on how to use the add-in.




    For more detailed information from Microsoft, read more here: "Deploy an Office add-in" and  "Get an Office Add-in for Outlook"


    Requirements / Known limitations:

    Price:  Free

    This add-in works in: Outlook 2016 for Mac, Outlook 2016 or later, Outlook on the Web.

    • Available for CRM Online customers only
    • Users must have an Office 365 subscription
    • Outlook desktop app users must have v.2001 and newer of the desktop app *
    * Mobile phone users must have the latest version of iOS (13) or Android (10), and use an app that supports Outlook Add-ins like "Microsoft Outlook for Android" and "Microsoft Outlook for iOS"
    * You have to have the latest version of Outlook desktop app (v.2001 and newer), older versions do not work in Send and Archive, due to missing API's in older versions.









    Centralized Deployment

    Centralized Deployment can be performed either via O365 Admin GUI or via PowerShell.
    The Centralized Deployment service lets you deploy ‎Office‎ Web add-ins to users of ‎Excel‎, ‎Outlook‎, ‎PowerPoint‎, and ‎Word‎.
    Learn more about the requirements for Centralized Deployment
    (Add-ins deployed from the Store will automatically receive updates as the providers continuously improve their service. If an add-in update significantly increases the scope of data access, you must re-approve it before the update is deployed.)

    Centralized Deployment via PowerShell

    Install the add-in by using remote PowerShell:
    After you create a remote Windows PowerShell session on your Exchange server, you can install an Outlook add-in by using the New-App cmdlet with the following PowerShell command.
    New-App -URL:"https://superofficeforoutlook.superoffice.com/manifest/manifest.xml">

    You can use the following additional PowerShell cmdlets to manage the add-ins for a mailbox:

    Get-App - Lists the add-ins that are enabled for a mailbox.Set-App - Enables or disables an add-in on a mailbox.Remove-App - Removes a previously installed add-in from an Exchange server.

     Read the full documentation from Microsoft here:

    Centralized Deployment of add-in using the admin center:

    1. Log in to Office365 admin (with "global admin" rights)
    2. Open Admin center (and set to use "old" O365 Admin GUI)
    3. Go to Settings -> Services & add-ins
    4. Click "Deploy add-in"
      1. Choose add an add-in from the Office Store, or
      2. Choose "upload custom app", Copy/paste in this URL to the dialog:
    5. ..and follow the steps it tells you to, and make your selections along the way:





































    How to deploy the pilot version of "SuperOffice for Outlook"

    NOTE: This pilot option setup is only available when a pilot program is running.

    It can be deployed either per Outlook user directly, or centrally by Office365 admin.

    Click here see how to perform Centralized Deployment
    - and use the URL from step 5

    Deploy in your own Outlook

    • Step 1: Sign up for the pilot program here
    • Step 2: Log on to Office.com and start Outlook – choose an email, then click '…'
    • Step 3: Click "Get Add-ins"
    • Step 4: Choose "My add-ins",
      click on "Add a custom add-in" and select "Add from URL..."
    • Step 5: Copy/paste in this URL to the dialog:
      and click [OK], then click "Install".
    The setup is now complete.






    Experiences on deploying the pilot version :

    >> Issues when adding the URL to the XML-file:
    This is most likely caused by the "copy-paste" action - where the URL is not copied correctly. Try to copy the URL once more.