1. Users would now see an enhanced buffer page while opening a Seclore-protected file from a Microsoft Teams channel on Android devices. The buffer page guides users on ways to open the files.
2. Fixed the issue where options to sign in with Google and Microsoft wouldn’t work in the Seclore add-in pane in Outlook on the web.
a. Before the fix: An error would show up when users tried to sign in with Google or Microsoft. This issue was observed in Policy Server 184.108.40.206 and later.
b. After the fix: Login options will now appear in a separate pop-up when users click on ‘Sign in’ in the Seclore add-in pane. Options to sign in with Google and Microsoft will work in the pop-up.
3. Introducing Microsoft Azure single sign-on (SSO) for Seclore add-in in Outlook on the web.
a. Users can now click on ‘Sign in’ in the Seclore add-in pane and log in using their Microsoft Azure credentials.
b. Thus, users who are already logged in with their Microsoft credentials would be automatically logged in to the Seclore add-in without entering their credentials.