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add custom mime-type

add custom mime-type (such as .svg file) to IIS so that it can open directly in browser other than download it

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  • Felix Bohnacker commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I can only support this idea.

    For instance, there are plenty of people in our company using MindJet MindManager. Working with these files in SharePoint Online is a major hassle for them as SharePoint Online doesn't allow adding custom MIME types (unlike SharePoint On-Premises).

  • ERic VanROy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am not sure if I should add a separate suggestion, or just add the KBDX file extension to open KeePass documents directly. I have this setup on Prem, but we can't move to SharePoint Online until this is in place.

  • kevin foster commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    .js files to be executed in a in a jslink in a web part in a web part page need to have the mime "application/javascript" or the browser refused to run them.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Don't understand why this is being limited via 365? If I want to host static files off of my sharepoint 365 server, why would I possibly be denied that?

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