This is one big list. Thanks to Lawrence Liu
Â· Customizing MOSS Search â€“ written by Ian Morrish, SharePoint Insider; provides a walkthrough of how to add 1) Microsoft Live Search results to the SharePoint Search page and 2) custom list/document property values to the search results summary.
Â· Mobile browsers and devices that are supported in WSS 3.0 and in MOSS 2007 â€“ Microsoft KB article that answers one of the most common FAQs.
Â· Make your SharePoint debugging experience a little less painful â€“ written by Andrew Connell, SharePoint MVP; provides 3 macros for Visual Studio 2005 to attached to the relevant SharePoint processes for debugging.
Â· SharePoint 2007 CSS Reference Chart â€“ maintained by Heather Solomon, SharePoint MVP; provides an excellent visual reference for the CSS styles used by WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007, which enable very easy customization using the Site Settings | Look and Feel | Master Page | Alternate CSS URL option for a site.
Â· How to configure SharePoint trusted WSRP producers â€“ Ianâ€™s on a roll with another useful walkthrough that answers one of the most common (presales) FAQs (usually only needed from an RFI/RFP checkbox J) about MOSS. And one more helpful tip from Ian: How to run inline code in SharePoint aspx pages.
Â· Displaying the Correct Titles of Lotus Notes Documents in SharePoint Search Results â€“ written by Mei Ying Lim, SharePoint MVP; supplements Liam Clearyâ€™s How to setup MOSS Search to index Lotus Notes walkthrough that would be useful for the many Notes customers, who want to leverage MOSS Search as a unified intranet search solution.
Â· Careful When Working with Sealed Site Columns â€“ written by John Holliday, SharePoint MVP; provides an insightful caveat about sealed site columns used by MOSSâ€™s Publishing feature.
Â· How to setup and Configure Forms Based User Administration Feature (Alpha Release) â€“ written by Chandima Kulathilake; provides a walkthrough and sample code on how to address one of the most common FAQs about SharePoint authentication.
Â· How to create the â€œContact Mapâ€ mashup with a SharePoint Contacts List and Windows Live Maps â€“ written by the Office Live team; provides a walkthrough and sample code for one of the most common FAQs about how to leverage Windows Live Services in SharePoint.
Â· SharePoint Deployment and Provisioning Checklists, Powerful Keyword and Property Search in SharePoint Server, and Good List of Performance Counters â€“ a few of the excellent reference articles written by my teammate, Joel Oleson, that you should bookmark.
Â· Lastly, a couple of very handy deployment tools (with source code) conceptualized by Angus Logan, SharePoint Insider, and developed by Sanil Malik: MOSS 2007 Utility to Import/Export User Profiles and MOSS 2007 Utility to Import/Export User Profile Properties. Sanil also posted a well written article about User Profiles and Audience Targeting, which provides the key reasons for why you need these tools.