Office 365 Personal Bookings Pages: coming soon

Microsoft intend for Personal Bookings to be another way to allow people to interact with your calendar. So if you’ve used Microsoft Bookings in the past you may well feel you’re already up to speed with the idea – but … Continue reading

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Last call for Basic Authentication

“Basic Auth is still one of, if not the most common ways our customers get compromised, and these types of attacks are increasing.” ~Microsoft Exchange Team Basic Authentication is the prompt for username/password that we’re all familiar with. You’ve probably … Continue reading

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Microsoft Feedback

We regularly get support tickets in our help system asking us to ‘ask Microsoft to…’ or ‘request Microsoft fix this’ which, in the past, have been difficult to fulfil. Microsoft have attempted to improve user input and feedback via the … Continue reading

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Leavers’ Process

If you have staff who will be leaving your department you need to consider all of the services that staff member may have used. They may well be owners of shared files, of automated scripts, they might be the manager … Continue reading

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Teams and maillists

After resolving a confusing support ticket we have identified that some University members were adding maillists to Teams: please do notĀ ever try to add a maillist email address to a Team. It won’t do what you want and it has … Continue reading

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Outlook 2013: last call to keep up with minimum requirements

After 1st November 2021 the oldest supported version of Outlook that will be able to connect to Nexus365 services is Outlook 2013 – as long as it has updates and fixes on top. The number of the oldest supported version … Continue reading

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Automated transcription in online meetings

General advice from Peter Kent, Head of IT Governance and Communications, Office of the CIO at JISC.AC.UK: What follows is a generic example of how you could approach managing the data protection aspects of using this feature. This is not … Continue reading

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Fixed: Outlook Shared Calendar notifications

The Microsoft Exchange team have announced that an update to shared calendar notifications is now leaving preview and entering production. These improvements are gradually being made available for Outlook-on-the-web (a.k.a OWA), Outlook for Mac and mobile (it’s already rolled out … Continue reading

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Email loops – what happens, when, and why.

The following headers are preserved, unmodified, by all default Exchange implementations: X-MS-Exchange-Inbox-Rules-Loop X-MS-Exchange-Transport-Rules-Loop X-MS-Gcc-Journal-Report X-MS-Exchange-Moderation-Loop X-MS-Exchange-Generated-Message-Source X-LD-Processed X-MS-Exchange-ForwardingLoop X-EOPAttributedMessage X-EOPTenantAttributedMessage X-MS-Exchange-Inbox-Rules-Loop This header represents the number of times a message can be redirected, forwarded, or processed by an automatic-reply. In … Continue reading

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Last call for Calibri as Microsoft’s default font.

Microsoft have announced that Calibri will no longer be the default font in their applications. Those of you with long memories may recall that Calibri replaced Times New Roman as the default way back when Office 2007 was first released. … Continue reading

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