Starting Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Two-Step Login for Office 365 will be required for Cornell faculty and academic NetID accounts.Read more
By the end of October, Microsoft will block three additional file types (. iso , .cab, and . jnlp ) when attached to Office 365 email messages. Files of these types will be stripped from any messages delivered to the email recipient. This step is being taken by Microsoft to further...Read more
On Sunday, October 10, 2021, Clutter, Outlook's now-deprecated option for prioritizing email messages, will be removed from any Cornell email accounts where it is still active. To learn about the current best practices for sorting messages in Outlook, visit...Read more
Starting Tuesday, June 8, 2021, Two-Step Login for Office 365 will be required for emeritus and retired faculty and retired staff accounts. Affected users should begin to prepare for this change now— especially those who use iOS devices, POP/IMAP or SMTP protocols, or unsupported email and...Read more
Microsoft and Apple have announced that, starting sometime in May 2021, support for the legacy Zoom Plug-in for Outlook will end. Zoom users at Cornell who schedule and manage sessions using the desktop Outlook Calendar application will want to make the move to using Microsoft's Zoom Add-in for...Read more
Last August, Cornell implemented an effective new tool to protect campus email users from malicious attacks. Since Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Safe Attachments was deployed on the university’s Office 365 email service, it has greatly reduced the possibility of advanced malware...Read more
You can add Zoom Session information to your meetings scheduled in Outlook. The steps listed below assume you have already scheduled the Outlook meeting and are going back to add the Zoom info, but you can use the same procedures to add Zoom info as you create the Outlook meeting.
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Mobile devices create the most problems; they are best used for viewing only, not for creating or responding to events.
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