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lyndondrake

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#311160 19-Dec-2023 14:53
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Kia ora, I can't send emails via Office365 when I'm hot-spotted via my One NZ phone. Any idea why? 

 

 

 


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Silvrav
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  #3173429 19-Dec-2023 14:59
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Outlook detects if its a hotspot and if its a metered connection to avoid high fees and I know this sometimes goes wonky and don't work as intended.

 

 

 

that said, that's on windows - not sure if this is an option on mac - worth a look around in the settings.


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