@dustinb3403 What do you mean disabling autodiscover for a user? Are you talking about a registry key?
No, within O365 you can either selectively disable authentication protocols because you're a glutton for punishment or you can do so with conditional access policies or Security Defaults.
Well you can disable Autodiscover as a whole organization through the modern authentication setting, however in order to have conditional access you have to have higher licensing than normal which is why I am confused at the disabling comment.
Just a P2 license to setup a conditional access license for the administrator account(s). The user accounts don't require this level of licensing.
e got a strange one... I have a user here whose Emails go from whatever folder they are in to the Deleted Items folder after being read... Sometimes. Sometimes it doesn't happen for several minutes, and other times it happens right away.
The user hasn't been phished that we can tell. No bogus rules in Outlook forwarding things to the deleted items. Check both Web and Outlook 2016.
What am I not looking at that could be causing this?
I have a laptop that isn't kicking back that TLS error in that Office tool. I have tried moving another system that does get the TLS error into the same OU as the laptop and ran gpupdate /force and rebooted, also brought Windows fully current and uninstalled Webroot. Can't figure out the difference
As the others have asked.... Outlook can use anything. It is often associated with Exchange, but there is no specific connection. Zimbra, GoDaddy, anything could be the email that Outlook is showing you. And your question is about the email server, not Outlook. So knowing that someone has connected with Outlook doesn't give us any starting point.