There are a few minor things you will notice as a result of this upgrade:
First, Outlook 2003 will no longer be supported. Outlook 2007 and 2010 are only supported with up-to-date security patches. Full details are available from Microsoft here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx
Next, mobile users may be required to accept a new Security Policy. The policy has not changed.
Finally, the Outlook Web App login page (found at https://owa.unm.edu) will be updated. Once logged in, the look and feel of LoboMail will remain the same.
An additional change will occur the week of April 7, which will move user’s mailboxes to the new environment and will only affect the look and feel of Outlook Web Access for the user.
There are a few minor things you will notice at this stage of the upgrade:
First, Outlook users logged in at the time of their mailbox migration will experience a brief interruption of service. Users will need to restart Outlook and their device might need to re-sync. Users with mobile devices registered with the service may additionally get a notification on their device that the change is complete.
Second, Outlook Web Access is updated. Functionality remains the same, but the look and feel and some minor options change. For the most part, there is little to no impact for online users.
The LoboMail Support Team
* Please note that this does not affect most LoboMail users. It only affects those customers who have been set up to use on-premise exchange; this includes users at Anderson School of Management, Gallup Campus, STC and Office of the President. If you want to find out if you are on this system, you can log into DSS (https://dss.unm.edu) and access the “Email Information” tab and check under the “Email Server” field. If that field says “LoboMail Exchange server,” your account is on the on-premise system.
Period: March 24, 2014