Users who are running the 2013 versions of Office 365 client applications after February 28, 2017, must upgrade to the latest version of Office 365 client applications to continue to receive support from Microsoft. The following is a list of products for which support. Has anyone been able to get Exchange Online to work with Outlook for Mac 2011? If so could you please provide me with your settings including your settings under the advanced tab? Hi, Microsoft Outlook for Mac 2011 works well with Exchange Online. But Microsoft Communicator for Mac 2011 doesn??t work yet. This is my configuration: Email address.
Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 applications shown on Mac OS X Snow Leopard
|Initial release||October 26, 2010; 9 years ago|
|Operating system||Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later|
Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 is a version of the Microsoft Officeproductivity suite for Mac OS X. It is the successor to Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac and is comparable to Office 2010 for Windows. Office 2011 was followed by Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac released on September 22, 2015, requiring a Mac with an x64 Intel processor and OS X Yosemite or later.
Aug 23, 2017 If you still use Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, it’s time to make some decisions. Two upcoming events could make it unsuitable or even unusable in the future: Microsoft is ending support; for Office 2011 on 10 October 2017. Microsoft will not release any. 1.Tax is included in price in the US. Service usage limits exist to manage fraud, abuse, excessive use, and maintain service performance. For more details about these services see the Licensing Terms and Documentation. 2.Rates listed (for tenants provisioned in the United States) do not include tax. Sep 07, 2017 Double-click the file that you downloaded in step 5 to place the Microsoft Office 2011 14.7.7 Update volume on your desktop, and then double-click the Microsoft Office 2011 14.7.7 Update volume to open it. This step might have been performed for you.
Double-click the file that you downloaded in step 5 to place the Microsoft Office 2011 14.6.7 Update volume on your desktop, and then double-click the Microsoft Office 2011 14.6.7 Update volume to open it. This step might have been performed for you. Mar 24, 2020 Office 2010 will reach its end of support on October 13, 2020. If you haven't already begun to upgrade your Office 2010 environment, we recommend you start now. Also, support for Windows 7 ended on January 14, 2020. Even though Office 2010 is still.
Microsoft Office 2011 includes more robust enterprise support and greater feature parity with the Windows edition. Its interface is now more similar to Office 2007 and 2010 for Windows, with the addition of the ribbon. Support for Visual Basic for Applications macros has returned after having been dropped in Office 2008. Purchasing the Home Premium version of Office for Mac will not allow telephone support automatically to query any problems with the VBA interface. There are however, apparently, according to Microsoft Helpdesk, some third party applications that can address problems with the VBA interface with Office for Mac. In addition, Office 2011 supports online collaboration tools such as OneDrive and Office Web Apps, allowing Mac and Windows users to simultaneously edit documents over the web. It also includes limited support for Apple's high-density Retina Displays, allowing the display of sharp text and images, although most icons within applications themselves are not optimized for this.
A new version of Microsoft Outlook, written using Mac OS X's Cocoa API, returns to the Mac for the first time since 2001 and has full support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. It replaces Entourage, which was included in Office 2001, X, 2004 and 2008 for Mac.
Office for Mac 2011 has a number of limitations compared to Office 2010 for Windows. It does not support ActiveX controls, or OpenDocument Format. It also cannot handle attachments in Rich Text Format e-mail messages sent from Outlook for Windows, which are delivered as winmail.dat attachments. It also has several human language limitations, such as lack of support for right-to-left languages such as Arabic, Persian, and Hebrew  and automatic language detection. 
If the above workarounds did not help you to fix Outlook 2019 Mac search not working issue, then try to run Microsoft Outlook Search Troubleshooter. For that, first you need to close the Outlook 2019 application, which is working on Mac OS and run Outlook Search Repair Troubleshooter. Windows search not working. This tutorial contains instructions to resolve the Outlook for MAC Search Not Working and returns No Results issue (Outlook for Mac 2016, Outlook for Mac 2011. The next method to fix the 'No Results' search issue in Outlook 2016 for MAC, is to run the Microsoft Outlook Search Troubleshooter. Close Outlook 2016 for MAC. 2020-3-19 As far as I know, the Outlook Search Repair tool doesn't work in MacOS Mojave 10.14, also, as there are many steps and methods mentioned in above article. Given this situation, please kindly check if you have successfully reindexed Spotlight for Outlook for Mac and then check the result. In Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Mac or Office for Mac 2011, you receive a 'No Results' message when you try to search for an email message or apply a filter to a folder, and task items are not.
Microsoft does not support CalDAV and CardDAV in Outlook, so there is no way to sync directly Outlook through iCloud. Outlook also does not allow the user to disable Cached Exchange Mode, unlike the Windows version, and it is therefore not possible to connect to an Exchange Server without downloading a local cache of mail and calendar data. 
Office for Mac 2011 also has a shorter lifecycle than Office 2010, with support phasing out on October 10, 2017. As 32-bit software, it will not run on macOS Catalina, released in 2019.
Two editions are available to the general public. Home & Student provides Word, Excel and PowerPoint, while Home & Business adds Outlook and increased support.Microsoft Messenger 8 is included with both editions, and Microsoft Communicator for Mac 2011, which communicates with Microsoft Lync Server, is available only to volume licensing customers. Office 2011 requires an Intel Mac running Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later.
|Applications and services||Home & Student||Home & Business||Academic||Standard|
|Communicator or Lync||Not included||Not included||Included||Included|
|Office Web Apps||Included||Included||Included||Included|
|Remote Desktop Connection||Not included||Included||Included||Included|
|Information Rights Management||Included||Included||Included||Included|
|Windows SharePoint Services Support||Not included||Included||Included||Included|
|Technical support||90 days||1 year||90 days||?|
The Home & Student edition is available in a single license for one computer and a family pack for three computers. The Home & Business edition is available in a single license for one computer and a multi-pack for two computers. The Standard edition is only available through Volume Licensing. The Academic edition was created for higher education students, staff and faculty, and includes one installation. Office for Mac is also available as part of Microsoft's Office 365 subscription programme.
Microsoft announced Office 2011 in 2009. There were 6 beta versions released:
- Beta 1
- Beta 2 (Version 14.0.0, Build 100326)
- Beta 3 (Build 100519)—announced on May 25, 2010
- Beta 4 (Build 100526)
- Beta 5 (Build 100709)
- Beta 6 (Build 100802)
Access to beta versions was by invitation only, although leaked copies were circulated among Mac file sharing websites.
The final version was released to manufacturing on September 10, 2010, was available to volume license customers a day later, and made available to the general public on October 26, 2010. Service Pack 1 was released on April 12, 2011.
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Office 2010 will reach its end of support on October 13, 2020. If you haven't already begun to upgrade your Office 2010 environment, we recommend you start now.
Microsoft office 14.1 update mac. Also, support for Windows 7 ended on January 14, 2020. Even though Office 2010 is still supported until October, Windows 7 will no longer receive security updates after January 2020, unless you purchase Extended Security Updates (ESU). Without ESU, Windows 7 is vulnerable to security threats. For more information, see the Windows 7 end of support site and Lifecycle FAQ-Extended Security Updates.
This article provides recommendations, information, and links to help administrators and IT Pros in large enterprises plan their upgrades to Office 365 ProPlus.
- If you're a home user who wants to upgrade from Office 2010 to the latest version of Office, see How do I upgrade Office?
- If you're an admin at a small business or organization who wants to help your users upgrade to the latest version of Office, see Upgrade your Office 365 for business users to the latest Office client.
We also recommend business and enterprise customers use the deployment benefits provided by Microsoft and Microsoft Certified Partners, including Microsoft FastTrack for cloud migrations and Software Assurance Planning Services for on-premises upgrades.
What does end of support mean?
Office 2010, like almost all Microsoft products, has a support lifecycle during which we provide bug fixes and security fixes. This lifecycle lasts for a certain number of years from the date of the product's initial release. For Office 2010, the support lifecycle is 10 years. The end of this lifecycle is known as the product's end of support. When Office 2010 reaches its end of support on October 13, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide the following:
Technical support for issues
Bug fixes for issues that are discovered
Security fixes for vulnerabilities that are discovered
Because of the changes listed above, we strongly recommend that you upgrade as soon as possible.
What are my options?
With Office 2010 reaching its end of support, this is a good time to explore your options and prepare an upgrade plan to either of these latest versions of Office:
Office 365 ProPlus, the subscription version of Office that comes with most Office 365 enterprise plans.
Office 2019, which is sold as a one-time purchase and available for one computer per license.
A key difference between Office 365 ProPlus and Office 2019 is that Office 365 ProPlus is updated on a regular basis, as often as monthly, with new features. Office 2019 only has the same features that it had when it was released in October 2018.
This article provides guidance on upgrading to Office 365 ProPlus.
What is Office 365? What is Office 365 ProPlus?
Office 365 provides subscription plans that include access to Office applications and other cloud services, including Skype for Business, Exchange Online, and OneDrive for Business. Office 365 ProPlus is the version of Office that comes with most Office 365 enterprise plans. Office 365 ProPlus includes the full versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, and Skype for Business installed on your client computers.
Unlike Office 2010, Office 365 ProPlus uses a user-based licensing model that allows people to install Office on up to 5 PCs or Macs and on their mobile devices. There are also differences in how you deploy, license, and activate Office 365 ProPlus compared to Office 2010. For more information about Office 365 ProPlus, see the following information:
Review what's changed since Office 2010
To learn about some of the changes since Office 2010, review the following articles: Changes in Office 2013 and Changes in Office 2016 for Windows.
For information about the new features available in Office 365 ProPlus, see What's new in Office 365. For Office 2019, see What's New in Office 2019.
Review the system requirements for Office 365 ProPlus
Before upgrading to Office 365 ProPlus, verify that your client computers meet or exceed the minimum system requirements.
In addition, you should review the system requirements for your Office server workloads. For more information, see Exchange Server Supportability Matrix and System Requirements for Office server products.
Plan for Office 365
Because Office 365 ProPlus comes with most enterprise Office 365 plans, you should review your current Office 365 capabilities as part of planning an upgrade to Office 365 ProPlus. Prior to deploying Office 365 ProPlus, for example, you should ensure that all your users have Office 365 accounts and licenses. For more information, see Deploy Office 365 Enterprise for your organization.
Assess application compatibility
Before deploying Office 365 ProPlus, you may want to test your business-critical VBA macros, third-party add-ins, and complex documents and spreadsheets to assess their compatibility with Office 365 ProPlus. For more information, see Assess application compatibility.
To help with assessing application compatibility with Office 365 ProPlus, we recommend using the Readiness Toolkit for Office add-ins and VBA. The Readiness Toolkit includes the Readiness Report Creator, which creates an Excel report with VBA macro compatibility and add-in readiness information to help your enterprise assess its readiness to move to Office 365 ProPlus.
You can download the Readiness Toolkit for free from the Microsoft Download Center. For more information, see Use the Readiness Toolkit to assess application compatibility for Office 365 ProPlus.
Assess your infrastructure and environment
To decide how to upgrade to Office 365 ProPlus, you should evaluate your infrastructure and environment, including the following:
Number and distribution of your clients, including required languages.
IT infrastructure, including operating systems, mobile device support, user permissions and management, and software distribution methods.
Network infrastructure, including connections to the Internet and internal software distribution points.
Cloud infrastructure, including existing Office 365 capabilities, user licensing, and identity.
Your assessment of these components will influence how you want to upgrade. For more information, see Assess your environment and requirements for deploying Office 365 ProPlus.
Review new Group Policy settings
As with any new version of Office, there are new Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML) for Group Policy settings. All Group Policy settings for Office 365 ProPlus are now located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftOffice16.0 and HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftOffice16.0.
You can download the Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML) for Group Policy settings for Office 365 ProPlus from the Microsoft Download Center for free. The download includes an Excel file that lists all the Group Policy settings and the new policy settings for Office 365 ProPlus.
Choose how you want to deploy Office 365 ProPlus
You can deploy Office 365 ProPlus from the cloud, from a local source on your network, or with Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (or another software distribution solution). Which option you choose depends on your environment and business requirements. Deploying from the cloud, for example, minimizes your administrative overhead, but could require more network bandwidth. Deploying with Configuration Manager or from a local source, on the other hand, offers more granular control over the deployment of Office 365 ProPlus, including which applications and languages are installed on which client computers.
For more information, see Plan your enterprise deployment of Office 365 ProPlus.
Choose how often to update Office
With Office 365 ProPlus, you can control how frequently your users receive feature updates to their Office applications. For more information, see Overview of update channels for Office 365 ProPlus.
Plan for additional languages
You can install language accessory packs after you've deployed Office 365 ProPlusin one of its base languages. There are two ways to install language accessory packs:
Have your users download and install the language accessory packs that they need from the Office 365 portal.
Use the Office Deployment Tool to deploy the appropriate language accessory packs to your users.
For more information, see Overview of deploying languages in Office 365 ProPlus.
The Office Customization Tool is not used as part of the Office 365 ProPlus installation. Instead, you can customize the installation for your users with the Office Deployment Tool. For more information, see Overview of the Office Deployment Tool.
Removal of InfoPath from Office 365 ProPlus. InfoPath 2013 remains the current version and therefore isn't included in Office 365 ProPlus. When you upgrade an existing installation of Office 2010 to Office 365 ProPlus, InfoPath is removed from the computer. If your users still need to use InfoPath, the 2013 version of InfoPath is available for installation on the Software page in the Office 365 portal.
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For articles about planning, deploying, and managing Office 365 ProPlus in an enterprise environment, see Deployment guide for Office 365 ProPlus.
To find out more about upgrading from Office 2010 servers, see Resources to help you upgrade from Office 2010 servers and clients.
For more information about Office 365 plans, see Office 365 Service Descriptions.
For more information about the support lifecycle for Microsoft products, see Microsoft Lifecycle Policy.
To discuss or learn more about end of support for Office versions, go to the Microsoft Office End of Support area of the Microsoft Tech Community.