I've had a lot of complaints this week from users who said Outlook.com stopped syncing in Outlook. One told me he received an email from Microsoft telling him to reconnect. So he did… using manual setup to add it back as an ActiveSync account. Another user tried to add the account using Outlook Connector. In
How to share a secondary calendar in an Exchange mailbox using Outlook desktop or Outlook on the web.
How to update Outlook fields using in-cell editing or a macro to search and replace multiple items.
How to fix the rules on the computer do not match the rules on the server error message in Outlook.
A new feature in Office Groups (available in Office 365 Exchange Online) is the ability to use 'Send as' or 'Send on behalf of', just as you can for shared mailboxes.
Outlook on the web's new feature: Undo Send. It gives you a few seconds (up to 30 seconds) to change your mind.
A replacement for Outlook Business Contact Manager (BCM) is rolling out to Office 365 Business Premium subscribers, beginning with those who have First Release enabled. Customer Manager uses Office 365 services to search your mailbox and store related information.
How to avoid getting caught in a phishing email: Use the Junk Email folder to view links in email messages.
Use the Copy to My Calendar button to copy appointments on a shared Calendar to your personal calendar.
Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 users who are connecting to their Outlook.com account using Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) will need to remove the account from their profile and add it back using auto account setup, EAS accounts will stop working in the near future.