Microsoft has announced that from 31st October 2017, outlook clients using RPC over Http protocol to connect to Office 365 will be no longer supported. Only Mapi over Http clients will be in action onwards. This announcement has left many administrators thinking, What exactly does that mean for my organization? What actions are required to avoid any business impact? Is it time to update outlook clients and upto what level? And last but not the least how can I verify if all necessary steps have been taken to ensure business as usual.… [Keep reading] “Exchange Online – Mapi over Http Transition”
If you haven’t heard, Modern Authentication (aka ADAL), has now officially gone GA (https://blogs.office.com/2015/11/19/updated-office-365-modern-authentication-public-preview/) – which means that if you are utilising Office 365 services, particularly Exchange Online, and Office 2013/2016 as your client, you should really be looking at enabling this functionality for your end users.
For those unfamiliar with Modern Auth, there are numerous benefits, but one of the most obvious for end users is it removes the need for the use of ‘save my credentials’ when signing into Exchange Online and provides a true SSO experience when combined with ADFS Federation.… [Keep reading] “Modern Authentication and MAPI-HTTP”