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Microsoft has issued what appears to be the final public warning about Basic Authentication in Exchange Online being deprecated next month. Customers have been advised to switch to Modern Auth.
With Basic Auth in Exchange Online slowly being killed off in favor of Modern Auth (OAuth 2.0), Microsoft has detailed the next protocol it's disabling for Exchange Online customers, starting today.
This edition of Microsoft Weekly recaps a bunch of Windows 11 2022 Update issues, new features introduced to the Dev Channel, recent capabilities added to Teams, and the death of SwiftKey for iOS.
Microsoft has started deprecating Basic Auth in Exchange Online starting from today, as it has been warning for years. Customers are encouraged to migrate to Modern Auth (OAuth 2.0).
This week's edition of Microsoft Weekly is jam-packed with news related to Windows 11's features and some criticism about them, enhancements to Microsoft Edge, as well as some app updates.
Microsoft has once again informed customers that it is deprecating Basic Auth for many Exchange Online protocols starting from next month. However, tenants will be able to bypass it temporarily.
Microsoft has partnered with Apple on an upcoming iOS update that will migrate Exchange Online accounts using Basic authentication in the Mail app to the more secure Modern authentication (OAuth 2.0).
Microsoft has reminded organizations that it is deprecating Basic Auth for most protocols in Exchange Online in October 2022. The disabling process will be randomized so it's best to be prepared.