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News, Announcements, and Updates

12/18/2014 - Office ProPlus Available to All CSU Users: CSU has extended Office 365 licensing so that all CSU users (faculty, staff, associates, etc.) with an active eID are eligible to download and install up to 5 copies of Microsoft Office for personal use. Prior to this change, some users - most notably faculty/staff who were not classified as "Information Workers" - were not eligible to use Office ProPlus. More information about Office ProPlus and how to download and install Microsoft Office is available from the Download Office section of this site.

12/16/2014 - Video Recording of Lamar Migration Open Forum Session Available: The Lamar Migration Open Forum session held on 12/11 was recorded and the video can be viewed by accessing the following link: Decommissioning Lamar Open Forum - 12/11/2014

12/08/2014 - Additional Dates for Lamar Migration Open Forum Sessions: Additional dates have been added for Lamar Migration Open Forum sessions. The next scheduled sessions will be held in the Morgan Library Event Hall on Tuesday, December 9, 2:00PM-3:00PM and Thursday, December 11, 11:00-12:00PM. The PowerPoint presentation is viewable at Decommissioning Lamar Open Fora (PowerPoint).

11/14/2014 - Lamar Migration Open Forum Sessions: ACNS is hosting open forum sessions to publicize decomissioning Lamar. The next scheduled sessions will be held in the Morgan Library Event Hall on Tuesday, November 18, 10:30-11:30AM and Thursday, November 20, 9:00-10:00AM. Additional Lamar migration information is also available via the Lamar Migration link listed under the Office 365 navigation.

10/20/2014 - New mail.colostate.edu Certificate Installed: A new certificate was installed for mail.colostate.edu to replace an expiring cert. Please contact ExchangeHelp@colostate.edu if you have questions or notice any problems with e-mail clients connecting with the new certificate in place.

9/24/2014 - Known Issue with Google Chrome v37 and Outlook Web App: Users who utilize Google Chrome to access Outlook Web App (OWA) will be impacted by a recent update to Google Chrome that prevents users from accessing the Address Book by clicking the "To..." or "CC..." link when composing a new message. The cause of this is a recent Google decision to no longer support modal dialog boxes, which are used by OWA. Because a server side fix is not available, impacted users will need to either click the option to use the light version of Outlook Web App on the login screen or use a browser other than Google Chrome to access OWA. Optionally, IT admins may considering implementing a Group Policy setting that extends support of modal dialogs through April 30, 2015 and has effectively mitigated the problem on Windows PCs during preliminary testing by ACNS.

8/12/2014 - Office 365 Q&A Meeting Scheduled: ACNS is hosting an Office 365 Q&A session on Thursday, August 14 from 2:00pm-3:00pm in room 224 at the Lory Student Center. Please plan to attend if you have questions about Office 365 services, including the upcoming transition to Office 365 Exchange for e-mail.

7/28/2014 - Office 365 Services Available: Office 365 services including Lync, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Office subscriptions for eligible users are now available. More information about Office 365 has been posted to this site under the newly added Office 365 navigation menu on the left.

12/31/2013 - Exchange Calendaring Best Practices Posted: Refer to the Exchange Calendaring Best Practices post for recommendations regarding use of Exchange calendaring from Outlook, mobile devices, etc.

10/31/2013 - Outlook for Mac 2011 Best Practices: Please refer to the Outlook for Mac 2011 Best Practices post for new recommendations regarding the use of Outlook 2011. Specifically, it is recommended that no more than 5,000 items be stored in any given folder when using Outlook for Mac 2011 to access Exchange.