11-07-2018 04:03 AM
Sorry, but PSR has absolutely nothing to do with ATP .. Problem State Recorder - captures the screens and user action -- I would image that the Microsoft Technicians know that Abomination that is ATP looks like.
11-07-2018 08:44 AM
Thanks. I had no idea what PSR was or is. I did observe M$ chugging away on my modem at every move in OUTLOOK and now I know what it is called. A nice thing they did was to copy my new subdirectories I created on my Laptop access to mail (my preferred usage) to the on-line direct access. That behavior might have a different program name and I can't worry about that. M$ does what M$ wants!
The Messed up URLs for their security scheme is a pain. When I mail to family or a retiree friend I use Verizon or Yahoo at their direct site to avoid all that junk. At every reply the URL junk multiplies.
Everybody needs to push M$ for an opt-out button.
01-29-2019 11:41 AM
01-29-2019 12:27 PM - edited 01-29-2019 12:36 PM
If it's producing 503 errors when opening one of these links, this is a service incident that's being worked on and should soon be resolved.
01-30-2019 03:51 AM
I still get a few 503 errors on sites sent by reliable retired engineers. WORSE, my Outlook with my Outlook.com address Takes minutes to open up. I am holding on to my WIN-7 laptop. Is Microsoft squeezing me to update?
An engineer associate uses Outlook.net and his URLs do not get encrypted! What a mystery. Microsoft is the biggest virus in the world IMHO.
01-30-2019 03:58 AM
How do I turn it off. I see no option. In the upper right of the normal Outlook screen there is a "Coming Soon" switch of things to come. That switch is OFF. I just had to totally install a fresh Office 365 because I lost access to all 2019 emails. I use Outlook.com on a WIN-7 HP laptop. If I turn that switch ON, will it give me the fix in your later post?
Thanks for the interest.
01-30-2019 04:42 AM
01-30-2019 05:09 AM
Do you have WIN-10? That could make a difference. Microsoft (M$) is not very helpful.
02-07-2019 05:53 PM
I've been trying to get access to SSWUG.ORG for days now. I wanted to watch a live presentation about SQL Server Setup. All my attempts are blocked by a scan that never seems to complete.