Using Outlook on public Wi-Fi networks just got easier

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Microsoft

Hello Office Insiders,

 

In the past, you might have seen SSL errors when trying to use Outlook when you're connected to public Wi-Fi that requires you to sign in via a website. In a recent update, we replaced the SSL errors with a connection message right below the Outlook ribbon. You will now see a button to open your browser and finish the connection process. Learn more about this feature in our latest blog post.

 

Cheers,

Evan

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