Microsoft 365 is moving away from basic authentication to modern authentication. This update is modernizing the email integration and greatly improving security for those of you that leverage Microsoft 365 for your email system connected to BOLD. There will be clear next steps for BOLD and Microsoft 365 customers will need to setup the new connection to sync your emails. Avionté will have supporting documents available, and the new sync process will be available in early September.
What to expect?
Our plan to update is below. You should plan for approximately 1 hour from your IT department to complete the configuration. You will also need to plan communications to your users to complete the process before the end of September.
Please stay tuned for further communications. Your timely roll-out of these changes will ensure we don’t face issues when Microsoft stops supporting prior versions on October 1.
NOW AVAILABLE IN AVIONTÉBOLD
The following features are now available in AviontéBOLD. Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to your account representative for more information.
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