Python has configparser which handles this files, INI files.
Maybe this would help you Jared - https://github.com/albfan/bash-ini-parser
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Just to chip in on it, I have confirmed with our users the emails are once again accessible via Outlook Web for them. So I did tell the t2 escalation engineer he could close the ticket.
@sadiq open a command prompt and show us the result of running:
Thank you - I feel that I have continued to learn from input from a number of people...
and a number of other people...
So - I express my thanks.
I would like to jump on the thank you train and extend my gratitude for those four as well and would like to include @stacksofplates. You're posts are super helpful and insightful =). Thank you, everybody, for all the knowledge and contributions!!
Of course I would also like to thank you @gjacobse for all the help you have provided with all NTG related things as well
Just got the reply from an Level 2 Escalation Engineer:
This is an known issue with office 365. Our escalation team is working on this issue.
As of now we don’t have any ETA when the issue will resolved.
Once we receive any update from the escalation team I will let you know the same.
So same thing, they are still working on the issue.
@Romo Any solution yet? We had a user report this today and I just starting to look into it. Seems to be similar. This impacts my account as well as a publishing editor of it. Issue was first noticed late December. Works on desktop outlook, but not any web browser or private browsing I have tried.
Nothing yet, they really can't figure out what is causing the issue =(. I just emailed them again asking for an update.
Microsoft will try to replicate the issue in their lab and we will probably be escalated from the India team to the US one since they still can't figure out the issue we are experiencing. Spent a great part of the day yesterday on the call with them but still nothing., thought I do have the say the support tech assigned was pretty great to work with .
1:30 hr call with Microsoft and still going. They still can't figure out the issue