Outlook on the Web

Outlook – New Outlook client and OWA now offer ‘in-person’ option when setting up meeting

For the past few years, we have been moving to a more ‘online’ world. That has introduced some challenges when setting up meeting. Well, the new Outlook client (not the Win32 one) and Outlook Web Access now offer an option to mark a meeting as ‘in-person event’. This new option also allows attendees to respond […]

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Exchange Online – You can now preserve declined meetings

There is always time when you have to decline meeting request. When declining meeting request, the corresponding entry in your calendar is off course deleted. The problem is when there is changes which make you want to change your answer but because the meeting has been deleted, it is no longer in your calendar and

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Outlook Web Access – Meeting participants time-zone notification

It is not always easy to schedule meeting with people on different time zone as you can’t easily identify their local time or even know if they are on a different time zone. Well, good news as now you will get notified when meeting participants are on a different time zone and then using the

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Exchange – You can now define work hours locations

With hybrid work increasing, you can now define your work hours location using Outlook Web Access (aka Outlook on the Web). To do so, connect to your mailbox using OWA (https://outlook.office.com/) to access the Outlook Settings from the gear menu Then access the Calendar\Work hours and location blade You can add up to 3 different

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Exchange Online – You can now set the time increment of your calendar

When using Outlook or Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web), you can now define the time increment on your calendar. To do so, set your calendar view to Day. Then right click on the calendar time bar and select Time scale to define the time increment   You can also do

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Exchange Online – You can now add additional time zones on your calendar when using OWA

You may already know that you can add additional time zones (up to 2) when using Outlook. Well, this option was missing if you were using Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web). Good news, you can now do the same when using Outlook Web Access. Adding additional time zones when using

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Exchange Online – You can now send as an alias when using Outlook Web Access

This has been a long awaited feature, the capability to send as a mailbox alias. Well, it is not quite fully there as this feature is limited to Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web); you can now send as a mailbox alias when using Outlook mobile or Outlook clients. This feature

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Teams – You can now share email from Outlook to Teams

Sometime, you need to share emails content to Teams. Until now, the only option was either copy/paste of the body and attachments, or a drag and drop of the email from Outlook to Teams – knowing the last option works only when using Outlook for Windows/Mac with Teams clients. Well, it is now easier as

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Exchange Online – You can now flag external emails in Outlook

To help increase awareness to end-users to pay more attention on emails they receive, you can now have external emails tag on Outlook Mobile and Outlook Web Access (OWA); this is not (yet?) available for Outlook client on Windows or Mac. Highlighting emails received from external sender will help you end-user to better identify potential

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Exchange Online – You can now set all your meeting to be online when using OWA

When setting up a meeting with Outlook (either client or Outlook Web Access [aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web]), it is quite easy to make it an online meeting (either Skype for Business or Teams). The problem when using Outlook Web Access is you can not define the ‘online meeting’ as the default option

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