Nexus365 Teams on Linux

Nexus365’s TEAMS application has, to date, been predominantly targeted at the Windows desktop. Other operating systems have had access to limited functionality via a web browser but the inability to video-conference, share desktops or applications, or to give presentations has limited the usefullness … Continue reading

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Skype / Teams ‘background blur’

Microsoft have just introduced a new feature to video calls made within Skype for Business and Teams: a ‘background blur’ feature that means you don’t have to think quite so much about tidying up your surroundings before joining that call. … Continue reading

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New mobile Outlook

Microsoft will soon be rolling out a new feature within Outlook for iOS and Android which adds a new mailtip or notification when composing messages. The intention behind this feature is to reduce the risk of sensitive information being inadvertently … Continue reading

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Nexus365’s default homepage will become office.com

Nexus365 currently includes a user-customisable setting that allows users to personalise what page they land on when they log into the Nexus365 portal. However Microsoft have chosen to remove this functionality. They have begun rolling out a new (mandatory) home page … Continue reading

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Outlook and repeating webauth logon popups

A number of Nexus users have recently logged support tickets with the Service Desk regarding a repeating cycle of logon authentication requests in Outlook. Similarly affected users may receive an error stating ‘You need the internet for this’ even when … Continue reading

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Thunderbird 60 and Nexus365 calendars

It has been brought to our attention that a recent update to Thunderbird – bringing the version number up to v60 – has the unfortunate side-effect of breaking Nexus365 calendars. Experimentation within the Nexus team has shown that the only calendar … Continue reading

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Linux and Microsoft Teams

The fifth most-requested feature for Teams is a client for Linux. This simple request has garnered over five thousand votes since it was first posted two years ago. Since Microsoft are slowly moving away from Skype clients, pushing communications functions … Continue reading

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Nexus365 and iOS support

Apple have never been as clear as Microsoft regarding the timeline over which their software will be officially supported. However as a general rule the current version of the operating system, and the one immediately preceding it, can be considered … Continue reading

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Nexus365 and TLS – update to TLS1.2!

Microsoft are planning to discontinue support for the older 1.0 and 1.1 versions of Transport Layer Security (TLS) in Microsoft Office 365 from the end of October 2018. TLS is the successor to the (now deprecated) Secure Sockets Layer  protocol which … Continue reading

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Outlook 2016 slow when connecting to Nexus Exchange

We’ve had reports from some Nexus users that Outlook 2016 can appear to hang while trying to make a connection to our Exchange servers. The reported delay is between thirty and forty seconds, after which the connection is established and … Continue reading

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