Updating cached headers outlook 2016
Below are a few examples of some of the major improvements that were later added to Outlook 2013 which previously would be seen as “Outlook 2016 development time”.MAPI over HTTP is the Exchange connectivity protocol that got introduced in Exchange 2013 SP1 and Outlook 2013 SP1.Nevertheless, this is quite a change with how it worked for previous versions of Office as they only got (bar a handful small exceptions) security updates and bug-fixes.Any real changes had to wait for the next version release.As mentioned, during the main lifespan of Outlook 2013, various new features and changes have been introduced as well.
In the old strategy, these features were held back for the new version.
From an end-user perspective, this protocol offers faster reconnections to the Exchange server when for instance resuming from hibernation or switching between a wired and wireless connection.
It also offers support for native multi-factor authentication for Exchange accounts.
Outlook 2016 also still offers support for the the RPC over HTTP Exchange connectivity support for backwards compatibility with Exchange 2010.
Office 2016 will get the same treatment so future updates can introduce new features as well.Until then, there are still plenty of new features in Outlook 2016 to use and discover.