My name is Steven Lepofsky, and I’m an engineer on the Outlook for Windows team. We have released (to Insiders) support for Outlook 2016’s Cloud Attachment experience with SharePoint Server 2016. We need your help to test this out and give us your feedback! So, what do I mean by “cloud attachments?” Let’s start there.
Note: If you also happen to be signed in to any Office365 SharePoint or OneDrive for Business sites under File -> Office Account, both sites may show up. The difference will be that the Office 365 versions will have branding for your company. For example, it may say “OneDrive – Contoso” rather than “OneDrive for Business”, or “Sites – Contoso” rather than “Sites.”You’ll be able to upload locally attached files to the OneDrive for Business folder located on your SharePoint Server. And, of course, you’ll see recently used files from your SharePoint server start to show up in your recently used files list.
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