Some older versions of Outlook will soon stop working on Microsoft 365 soon. Want us to check if you’ll be affected?
Microsoft is making changes to the versions of Outlook that can connect to Microsoft 365 services. This is a huge deal because if your version is no longer supported, then it means certain features you’ve been enjoying for the past couple of years will no longer work.
Further explaining what the move means, Microsoft said that from November 1 onwards, older versions of Outlook will no longer have support for basic authentication (that should improve the security of Microsoft 365, the company said).
“We’re working on adding support for HTTP/2 in Microsoft 365. HTTP/2 is a full duplex protocol, which decreases latency through header compression and request multiplexing. On the service side, we’ll be able to better prioritize requests and more effectively push data to clients,” it added.
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