At this time, the add-in to integrate Webex into the online version of Outlook (Office 365/Outlook On the Web) is currently not functioning. When attempting to schedule a Webex meeting using the add-in in Office 365, you will receive the following error message:
Office 365 is a cloud-based service that is designed to meet your email, calendar, and collaboration needs, along with several other applications and services available to you as a member of Wright State.
Note: CaTS is the service owner for Microsoft Office 365, however applications and services reside on Microsoft network servers. Frequent additions and changes to these applications and services are rolled out by Microsoft, and may not appear at the same time for all University members due to the time it takes for cloud-based changes to appear in individual accounts. For an overview of when changes will be made, visit the Office 365 Roadmap.
On this page:
- Mail - Setup & Usage Instructions
- OneDrive for Business
- Skype for Business
- SharePoint Sites
- Office Sway
- Office Delve
- Microsoft Forms
- Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Office ProPlus allows members of Wright State to install the full version of Microsoft Office Suite on personal devices for free. You can install ProPlus on five laptops/desktops, five mobile devices, and five tablets.
Use the link below to install Microsoft Office on your computer, tablet, or mobile device.
- When installing this software, use your Wright State Office 365 email address and password. For account assistance, visit the WSU Accounts page.
- This process should ONLY be used for personal computers and devices.
- For university-owned computers, see the Software Center website or contact the CaTS Help Desk.
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff who started working at the University after January 1, 2020 must request access to the software through CaTS.
Please Note: Wright State users with affiliate accounts are not eligible for Office 365 ProPlus.
Apps are available for iOS, Android, and Windows devices. Find download and installation information on Microsoft's Office 365 Mobile Setup Guide.
Due to the increased number of Microsoft Teams recently set up for different Wright State departments, CaTS has created a public Team available to all University members called 'CaTS Get Teams Help' to offer support for Microsoft Teams.
This Team allows you to ask a question about a Microsoft Team, as well as search through previous questions and answers that have already been asked as a reference.
In early February CaTS will move the faculty, staff, and announce mailing lists from the University's legacy mailing list server to new lists within Office 365. Everyone currently subscribed to these lists will remain subscribed once this move is complete.