All posts tagged Office 365

Office 365
Posted by Tyler Payne on May 27, 2015

Office 365 ProPlus is now available at no cost to currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff for personally owned devices. For more information and to download, see

Roll out of W-Exchange Teams is now complete
Posted by Tony Hendrix on May 9, 2018

All WMU students, faculty and staff should now have access to Teams in W-Exchange. Teams is a collaboration tool with chat, content, mailing lists and other tools. You may access it by clicking the Teams icon in W-Exchange. Questions may be directed to the Technology Help Desk at (269) 387-4357, option 1.

Microsoft Teams web version outageResolved
Posted by Connor Johnson on February 18, 2019
Start: Feb 18 9:25am
 End:  Feb 18 1:43pm

The Microsoft Teams online application is currently unavailable. Microsoft is aware and working to resolve the issue. 

Windows 7 Office applications
Posted by Connor Johnson on May 8, 2019

Windows 7 users may be unable to launch apps, such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. More info: When users launch the desktop app, the user may see the template page, and then the app closes. While we work to deploy the long-term solution for this issue, affected users may work around the problem by completely exiting and reopening the Office app. Additionally, users may avoid further impact by opening the files from their saved location, rather than through the specific Office app. Current status: We’ve disabled the feature update responsible for the app crashes and confirmed that this has mitigated impact for most affected users. Additionally, we’ve completed validation of the long-term fix and are preparing to deploy it to the affected environment within the next 24 hours. Scope of impact: This issue affects any enterprise user attempting to launch Office apps on Windows 7. Preliminary root cause: A code regression was introduced through a feature update within the March 2019 Office update, which is impacting access to Office apps on Windows 7.

Scheduling meetings just got easier with FindTime
Posted by Gary Barton on July 8, 2019

The FindTime add-in is being enabled on-campus Thursday, July 11 to make scheduling meetings using the Outlook Calendar easier. FindTime shows what days and times work the best for you and the attendees when available using free/busy data. Propose your selected times to all attendees and allow everyone to vote and quickly come to a consensus. FindTime sends out the meeting invite on your behalf. For more information on using FindTime visit the Outlook Calendar self-help at for Web, Windows or Mac. Please direct questions to the Help Desk at (269) 387-4357.