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Access Hangout video calls from Microsoft Outlook®




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Access Hangout video calls from Microsoft Outlook®

Posted: 19 May 2014 01:57 PM PDT

If you're using Microsoft Outlook® with Google Apps you can now add, manage and join Hangout video calls with just a click. Just download the Hangout plugin for Microsoft Outlook® and you will be ready to go.

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Identity verification to keep your account safe

Posted: 19 May 2014 02:02 PM PDT

In the coming weeks we're introducing a feature to keep your account safe from hijackers, even if they have your username and password. Now when we detect a suspicious login, users will be prompted to verify their identity by entering their phone number. Users who have not set up their phone number will see a place to do so in the coming weeks. Note that users can skip entering their phone number but may be asked to add their phone number again at a later date. Google will use that phone number to verify their identity upon the next suspicious login. Once a user verifies their identity the alert is dismissed. 

This feature only impacts web logins for users who do not have 2-step verification enabled and are not using SSO to login. This feature will be slowly rolling out to Rapid and Scheduled release domains in the coming weeks.


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