All posts tagged W-Exchange

W-Exchange currently unavailableResolved
Posted by Dylan Ledbetter on September 28, 2020
Start: Sep 28 6:00pm
 End:  Sep 29 8:30am

Microsoft is currently experiencing an outage with Office 365 that is impacting the availability of our W-Exchange environment, including email. Microsoft technicians are working to resolve the problem, and status updates can be found at https://status.office.com/


The browser trial of Visio has ended
Posted by Gary Barton on September 30, 2020

The ability to edit or create Visio documents with Office 365 in a browser is no longer available. The trial version of Visio we had access to has expired. You can still view and share diagrams at https://visio.office.com/

See the Microsoft support article, Why can't I see the Edit in Browser command in Visio for the web? for additional information.

Please contact your departmental IT staff or LAN Manager for additional information on purchasing a license for Visio.

Please disregard this messaging if you have a current license for Visio.


Intermittent W-Exchange IssuesResolved
Posted by Dylan Ledbetter on October 7, 2020
Start: Oct 7 2:45pm
 End:  Oct 8 8:04am

UPDATE @ 4:05pm: Official update from Microsoft:

We've identified a recent change that may have resulted in impact to multiple Microsoft 365 services. We've reverted the change and services are recovering.

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UPDATE @ 2:55pm: Official update from Microsoft:

Users may see impact to Microsoft Teams, Exchange Online, Outlook.com, and SharePoint Online/OneDrive for Business.

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We are currently receiving reports of various issues with W-Exchange, including the responsiveness of Outlook, Teams and more. We have learned that this is impacting other Microsoft Office 365 customers globally, and are awaiting status updates from the vendor that will be shared as they are received. Questions may be directed to the Help Desk at (269) 387-4357.




Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) enabled Friday, Oct. 16
Posted by Gary Barton on October 12, 2020

Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) will be enabled for OneDrive, Sharepoint, and Microsoft Teams on Friday, Oct. 16.

What does that mean for you? An extra layer of protection for files uploaded and downloaded from these applications. Users shouldn't notice any difference in using these applications. ATP helps detect and block existing files that are identified as malicious in team sites and document libraries

What if you have files identified as malicious? ATP will block the file and mark it with an X in a red shield. The file will still be listed in the document library and in web, mobile, or desktop applications. Users can't open, copy, move, or share the file. But they can delete the blocked file.

Read more about ATP and what to expect when it's enabled. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/security/office-365-security/atp-for-spo-odb-and-teams?view=o365-worldwide

Direct questions or concerns to the Technology Help Desk at (269) 387-4357


Issues creating new Microsoft TeamsResolved
Posted by Dylan Ledbetter on May 21, 2021
Start: May 21 10:00am
 End:  May 21 4:00pm

Users may experience issues creating a new Team within Microsoft Teams and will receive the error message "You are a member of the max number of teams allowed, you must leave some teams to continue" when attempting to create a Team. If you receive the error, please do not attempt to leave your Teams to resolve the issue. Users may also experience issues creating new Microsoft Groups or other services within our W-Exchange environment. Microsoft technicians are currently working to resolve the issue. Questions may be directed to the Technology Help Desk at (269) 387-4357.