Outlook says connected but not updating
I wrote about linked accounts last year in Tip: Link Microsoft Accounts, noting that the ability to link these accounts meant you could switch from account to account in the web interface only without having to sign out and sign in repeatedly.
Today, a single Microsoft account is vastly preferable to maintaining multiple accounts: It’s your digital identity online, unlocking, as Doerr writes, “a broad array of experiences ranging from Windows to Xbox to Office365 to and more.” What most consumers need is a single Microsoft account that that connects them with all of their email, calendars, contacts, files, photos, and other data, as well as their social networks.
So how do we enable Exchange to use these services?
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Microsoft announced today that it would stop supporting an feature called linked accounts and push customers toward aliases, which it says is a more secure way of managing multiple email addresses.
” Until now, we didn’t officially support i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch devices.
Customer feedback and forum users sharing their frustrations with trying to sync Outlook with i Phone through i Tunes and i Cloud prompted us to add official support for i OS devices.How it works When you add full mailbox permissions on Exchange 2010 SP1 and SP2 to a new or existing shared mailbox that’s also on SP1, Exchange now updates an Active Directory attribute on the shared mailbox itself, named ms Exch Delegate List Link.