Outlook

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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Outlook – You can now set your meeting to be online by default

After providing a setting to make your meeting as online meeting in Outlook Web Access (OWA – aka Outlook on the Web) – see https://t.co/rQ6jUyGgh3 – and on Outlook mobile, you can now do the same with Outlook for Windows. The option is turned on by default; you can manage it by accessing the Outlook

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Office 365 – Important Outlook connectivity update

As you know, connecting to Office 365 service using Office client and in this case Outlook requires to use specific version. As part of it, Outlook client older than the below version will not be able to connect to Office 365 services after November 1st, 2021 Outlook 2013 15.0.4970.9999 and older Outlook 2016 16.0.4599.9999 and

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Outlook–Your signature is being roamed and saved in your mailbox

This has been a very awaited feature: getting your Outlook signature roaming across your devices. In fact it has been waited since the first release of Exchange server. Well, good news, this is now becoming available. The below screenshot shows you the previous interface to manage your signature Now, once you got the appropriate version

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Outlook – You can now reopen previously active windows after Outlook restart

We all know the pain of having multiple Outlook windows opened (email, draft, reminders…) and loosing them when Outlook restart for various reasons (application crash, user action…) Well, good news if you are using Outlook Build 13006.20002 or later, you can now get these windows automatically reopened after the restart. You can configure the option using

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Outlook – You can now create quick pool with outlook (preview)

By now you may already know Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Forms Pro, the survey/pool service from Office 365. Well, you can now create quick pool (using Forms) directly from Outlook. This feature is only available for Office Pro Plus (2007 Build 13029.20236 or later), running on Windows 10 2004 Build 12730.20000 or later; this is

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Outlook – Disable the mention feature

By now, you are aware of the @mention feature in Outlook, allowing you to mention/tag a person or a group in the body of your email while also adding it in the TO field. If this feature is annoying for you, you can disable it from the Outlook options under the Mail\Send messages by unchecking

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Outlook – New action buttons in Windows 10 Notifications for Outlook

If you use Outlook on Windows 10 and have notifications enabled (for at least Outlook), you will now have the possibility to quickly delete, flag or dismiss the message directly from the notification.    

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Outlook – Outlook is checking the recipients of your email have access to the content you are sharing

As you know, content sharing in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business is managed by policies at the tenant level and then at the site level by administrators. Sometime, end-users are not fully aware about these policies neither which level of sharing is authorized. Outlook client is now able to check if the recipients of

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