Microsoft points to October end-of-support for older Office apps accessing 365 services

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As of 13 October, Microsoft will stop supporting older versions of Office applications connecting to Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services.
As of 13 October, Redmond will stop supporting older versions of Office applications connecting to Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services

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Microsoft recently reminded customers that starting 13 October, the company will not support older versions of Office applications connecting to Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services.

In a support document dated 20 July, Redmond listed the applications that will be "supported for connecting to Office 365 (and Microsoft 365) services" such as Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.

Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, formerly known as "Office 365 ProPlus;"

Microsoft 365 Apps for business, previously "Office 365 Business;"

Office 2019;

Office 2016, but only the Windows version

The Office editions left in the cold are those provided with "perpetual" licences – ones…
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