on October 31, but confirms that RPC over HTTP will reach end of support in Office 365 at that time, and that MAPI-over-HTTP will be the only supported protocol.

Use this time to be sure their Outlook is will connect to Office 365 after this change – and talk about Sky Kick Cloud Backup to protect their Exchange Online data.

See below in the blog for more details.** Sky Kick is working with Microsoft to help partners with this transition.

This article will be updated as soon as the update is available again.. The KB article for update KB3191849 contains the following note: Update 3191849 for Microsoft Outlook 2013 that was released on June 27, 2017, is not currently available.

This article will be updated as soon as the update is available again.

Outlook 2007 will be in an unsupported state on October 31, 2017.

That means Outlook 2007 must be upgraded to a later version of Outlook that uses MAPI-over-HTTP to connect to Office 365 (see versions for Outlook 2010-2016 below).

Stay Tuned Sky Kick will continue to update this blog with new information as well as recommendations to help you address these changes for your customers who are currently using Office 365 and who will migrate to Office 365 in the months ahead.

Be sure you have your full email address and password handy—that is, the primary email address associated with your Frontier account—before taking any further action.

Last week’s update also included fixes for six of eight vulnerabilities left unpatched after issues were reported with the June Patch Tuesday update.

The most serious of the new vulnerabilities, CVE-2017-8663, is a remote code execution bug exploited via a specially crafted file sent through Outlook, Microsoft said.

“The streaming technology enables you to download and begin to use an Office product before the whole product is installed on your computer.