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Microsoft has been having issues with for the past week, but the company says it's found a fix, which it's currently deploying.
A mystery bug has prevented users from accessing or syncing their accounts from apps and smartphones since last Thursday.
My point is that the Knowledge Base feed is a useful tool for anyone interested in Exchange (or other products as RSS feeds often exist for them too).
It’s a pity that the tool is lessened by the insistence on pumping out duplicate information.
However, Microsoft noted on Wednesday that it was deploying the fix to "affected infrastructure".
Down Detector's heat map suggests most issues with Outlook are being reported by users in Europe.
But even if you have to wade through articles that can only be enjoyed by their authors (and for a very short time at that), the feed is useful because some articles fill in the gaps that exist in your personal knowledge of the product or in the official documentation.
I guess these articles get past the Pravda editors.
For those who still can't sync their accounts with mobile devices, the company is recommending they log in to Outlook using a web browser, which is exactly what many users have been forced to do for the past week.Take the article "Content Index status of all or most of the mailbox databases in the environment shows "Failed"", which tells us that: "This issue may occur if the search platform tries to check its membership in a security group that is named "Content Submitters." This group is not created by the search platform or by Exchange Server 2013 and is therefore not usually present.Although the check usually fails silently, without any consequences, an exception sometimes occurs.Microsoft adds Outlook Customer Manager to Office 365 SMB plan Microsoft is adding a new customer relationship management tool that is accessible via Outlook to its Office 365 Business Premium plan for no additional cost for subscribers.Read More It's not clear from Microsoft's posts what the root cause of the issue is, nor why it's taken so long to close the report.
You’d think that a software company could come up with an intelligent solution, wouldn’t you?