SLAM Sidebar is a Microsoft Outlook add-in that allows you to run the full Slack client inside Outlook, share emails and attachments from Outlook into Slack and send emails containing Slack content like files and posts. Visit slam.io for more details…The SLAM Sidebar Bot brings these same great features into Slack with the /slam command. With the SLAM Sidebar Bot you can:/slam inbox List your inbox emails. You then can open and read an email and optionally share the message body or the attachments into the current Slack channel. If the email sender is a Slack team member, it will display a Discuss button so that you can quickly direct message the sender via Slack instead of replying with email. Optionally list only unread emails./slam search Search your entire mailbox by specifying a search query. Results are returned as above and the same options are available. Queries can be based on sender, recipients, subject, message body, attachment names and more./slam send Quickly send out an email by specifying the recipients, subject and message body.See SLAM Sidebar Bot Features.
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will ask to:
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
View email addresses of people on your workspaceShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to view the email addresses of your Slack workspace’s members.
Modify your direct messagesShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to modify the unread status of your direct messages.
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to access profile information for all users on , including names and contact information.
Upload and modify files as youShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to upload files, as well as add, edit, and delete file comments on your behalf.
Send messages as youShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to send messages on your behalf to .
Access your workspace’s files, comments, and associated informationShow more
SLAM Sidebar for Outlook will be able to access content of files created inside of or uploaded to Slack (including information such as who uploaded the files, when they were uploaded, associated comments, and sharing history).
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