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Office 365: Lets All Cross the Channel!

Just like the Englishmen who swam across the channel between them and Europe, Wolf Pack, it is here for Microsoft Teams!

Our client end users will soon be able to edit the content and channel distribution of a Microsoft Teams message after it has been posted. This feature does not apply to mobile.
 
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Office 365: Delegate Permissions for Mailboxes

Wolf Pack! Be on the look out, you could start getting questions on the help desk or when onsite about this long sought after function in Office 365! For a long time someone who is delegated to manage your box, has been able to do so from the desktop applications. Now they can do so from mobile applications as well.
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Office 365 Updates for the Week of February 10th, 2020

Happy New Year Wolf Pack. Here is the summary of Office 365 updates that have been announced since we have last communicated. As usual, Teams continues to receive meaningful updates. Coming in the near feature, user will have more control over the lobby for Teams meetings and there will be more integration between Teams and Outlook.  SharePoint content creators will have easier access to page update history. SharePoint developers will also be able to create custom search results pages for SharePoint sites. Support update for Office for Mac. Microsoft Flow has a new name.

Do you want to know more?
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It's that time of year - Order your Girl Scout Cookies today!

Please help support my daughter and her Girl Scout Troop 2157, raise money to help pay for their activities throughout the year. This includes camping trips, outdoor leadership courses, and other activities that help build these young girls into tomorrow’s strong leaders. They start as Daisies and progress through the levels to the senior level of Ambassadors. Charlie, my daughter, is now in her third year as a Girl Scout, and it’s her first year as a Brownie!

-Brian Bellamy
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