Version 1.4

ID Description
20100 When you edit a scheduled meeting, you can now change the StarLeaf meeting options, such as video layout, from the StarLeaf Scheduler panel.
22088 In previous versions, when you scheduled a meeting, formatted the invite text, and then selected the scheduler, the formatting of that invite text would disappear. From version 1.4, text formatting no longer disappears when you select the scheduler.
24374 In previous versions, when you scheduled a meeting, used special characters (for example ú, é, Å) in the invite text, and then selected the scheduler, the special characters would change to alternative and incorrect characters. From version 1.4, special characters are no longer changed when you select the scheduler.

Version 1.3.1.1001

ID Description
21625 When you edit an invitation by adding a new participant to the invitee list, you now receive the option before sending the update of whether you want to send it to all participants or just the new participant
21748 The Video URI now appears as expected in the text of a customized invitation (from a footer.rtf)

Version 1.3.0.1005

ID Description
20100 When you customize the text of an Outlook meeting and subsequently make it a StarLeaf meeting, your text is no longer erased*. This can also be done with a tag in custom footers. For more information about customizing the invite text, go to StarLeaf Scheduler for Outlook Exchange Releases

*Known limitation: original formatting is removed

19879 StarLeaf can now enable user log in within the password-less authentication flow if required by an organization
12825 Multiple dial-in numbers per country are now provided in the meeting invite

Version 1.2.0.1018

ID Description
21065 The scheduler does not require you to log in with a username and password. However, if you force a log in with your username and password, the scheduler will fail to perform any StarLeaf operations if Outlook is left open for more than an hour. If you wish to continue logging in with a username and password, you can resolve this issue if you close and reopen Outlook. This fix will be rolled out over the coming weeks (from 5 April 2019)

Version 1.2.0.1015

ID Description
19851 Bug fix and improvement to the process of editing one meeting in a series of recurring meetings when the privacy setting is enabled. This fix will be rolled out over the coming weeks (from 15 February 2019)
20210 Under certain circumstances, if the scheduler was mass-installed using the MSI installer, a request to install the StarLeaf app could appear when you launch the scheduler even if the StarLeaf app is already installed. Cloud 8.7 fixes this issue and this will be visible in the coming weeks (from 15 February 2019)

Version 1.2.0.1004

ID Description
11867 If you are a StarLeaf app user, you no longer need to enter your username and password to use the StarLeaf Scheduler for Outlook Exchange Server. The scheduler automatically uses the credentials from when you signed into StarLeaf

Version 1.1.10

ID Description
18278 When you schedule a meeting using the add-in, the local PSTN number that can be used to dial in now appears in the meeting invite text

Version 1.1.9

ID Description
17571 In previous versions, some organization security settings do not allow the add-in to launch correctly in Outlook. Version 1.1.9 updates the signing of the add-in and fixes this issue
18214 In previous versions, under certain circumstances, the add-in asks users to log in after a period of inactivity. Version 1.1.9 fixes this issue

Version 1.1.8

Description
General improvements

Version 1.1.6

ID Description
17411 In the previous release, when a user creates or updates a meeting, the add-in can sometimes take a long time to respond and return an error saying it failed to create/update the meeting. Version 1.1.6 fixes this issue

Version 1.1.5

ID Description
16953 In the previous release, the quiet option of the MSI installer still causes some notifications for the user. Version 1.1.5 fixes this issue

Version 1.1.4b6

ID Description
16109 In the previous release, when a user edits a meeting that was originally created using the add-in, a dialog box sometimes appears advising that no changes have been made to the meeting request. Version 1.1.4b6 fixes this issue

Version 1.1.4b5

Description
General improvements and bug fixes

Version 1.1.4b2

ID Description
12693 In the previous release, some users saw an error message after they were unexpectedly required to log in to the add-in. Version 1.1.4b2 fixes this issue
12862 The user experience for converting an existing meeting into a StarLeaf meeting has been improved

Version 1.1.3b1

ID Description
9786 The add-in update message now runs in the background, rather than having the focus and causing users to inadvertently start the update and interrupt their outlook process
10100 The add-in buttons now have explanatory tool-tips
10702 In previous releases, the add-in could interfere with the opening of .msg files. Version 1.1.3b1 fixes this issue
11608 In the previous release, you could get unexpected behavior when attempting to convert a single occurrence of a meeting, where an occurrence of this series has already been edited in Outlook, into a StarLeaf meeting. The behavior now is that the add-in will not allow you to do this
11630 In the previous release, you could not convert a single occurrence of a meeting into a StarLeaf meeting. Version 1.1.3b1 fixes this issue
12041 The add-in will no longer show the error: Custom UI Runtime Error in StarLeaf Scheduling
12569 The add-in now allows the character £ in user passwords
12483 The add-in now updates a series occurrence when dragging and dropping
12862 Converting an existing Outlook meeting into a StarLeaf meeting now behaves as expected