Right after updating today to 15.21.1 I cannot work with Outlook for Mac any more. Program starts, but cannot connect to my Account, however i did not change anything! Now, when i launch the program I see all old emails and folders, but also I see the sign, saying, that there is no connection to my account. In few seconds I've got the screen with proposal to enter password for my Office 365 account. Since I do it, the screen disappears, but after 10-20 second comes up again. Through the web-interface Outlook still works well with my login/password.
Office 365: What it means to Mac users. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. Updated on 1/29/13 at 7pm PT to clarify what the downloaded version of Office for Mac 2011 offers. Taking Outlook.com into production is part of the “Wave 15” project which again matches the version number of the Office releases. As of mid-2017, all Outlook.com mailboxes are hosted by the Office 365 platform and is very similar in look and feel to the corporate Outlook on the Web experience as part of Exchange Online.
I tried to add another Exchange account, but i've got the error, saying, that Outlook cannot verify login/password. Pls, fix it somehow or tell how to roll-back to the previous version!!!!! I;ve downloaded Outlook 15.19.1 and launched installation, which worked OK. But in fact, when I launch Outlook, I see, that I still use new 15.21.1 version, which does not work, and the old version is not installed. Hi everyone, We are aware of this issue impacting our customers and are currently investigating password prompt for Outlook for Mac. If you're still affected by this issue, we'd like your help investigating, so we can understand the root cause better, and get started on the appropriate fix. The questions are below: • Are these always the modern auth prompt (O365 sign-in page that can be customized for your organization) or are they the native Outlook prompts (blue Outlook logo) or some combination of both?
• For multiple prompts, are they while Outlook is running normally (in the middle of a session), once each time on restart of the app, or several times on each restart of the app? (you mention 'log into Outlook' so just want to clarify) • Is the email address you've used to sign into WXP with the same as your O365 mail account in Outlook, and do you have the same address in the account's email address and user name fields in the accounts pref?
You can also follow this on this issue where we are investigating the possible scenarios. Thank you for your help, Noyonima.
Microsoft AI tools to take down Windows support scam masterminds While Microsoft is encouraging users to get its latest Office suite by subscribing to Office 365 (consumer and/or business), those who shun subscriptions can still buy the latest bits. A one-time purchase of Office 2016 -- for either Windows PCs or Macs -- costs $149 for the Office Home & Student; $229 for the Office Home and Business; and $399 for Office Professional. The boxed copies of both the Windows PC and Mac versions of Office 2016 are both available through Microsoft's online and brick-and-mortar stores as of today, September 22. (I asked if they also were for sale via other retail outlets, but no word back from Microsoft.) Office Home & Student 2016 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote 2016. Office Home & Business 2016 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook 2016.
The Professional version includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access. The Office 2013 version of Windows cost $140 for Home & Student, $220 for the Home & Business edition and $400 for Office 2013 Professional.
Home & Student 2011 cost $120 and $200 for Home & Business. A subscription to Office 365 Personal -- which includes Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access -- for installation on one PC or Mac (plus one phone) is. A subscription to Office 365 Home, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access, for installation on up to five PCs/Macs and five phones -- is $.