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Security Updates May Require You to Upgrade

Effective October 1, 2022, Microsoft® will disable Basic Authentication for email services. If you are using Microsoft online email services and already using Sage 100 version 2021.4 or 2022.1, then you are fine! If not, then you may need to upgrade your Sage 100 solution before October 1. This is especially crucial if you are emailing invoices and reports directly from Sage 100.

Contact your business partner to discuss your options and determine what is best for you.

This is an important reminder that you should keep your solution up to date. Over 60% of all small and medium-sized businesses have reported at least one cyber-attack during the previous year1. And one of the best ways to ensure you are not at risk is to stay on the latest version. Plus, we have added so many customer-requested improvements that you will gain access to. Features like:
  • Sage Production Management enhancements
  • Simplified role security capabilities
  • Automation in reversing an entire accounts payable (AP) check run

Start Planning Now: Sage End of Support for Transport Layer Security (TLS)

In addition to the email service update, there will be an additional security-related update we want to make sure you plan for. Sage will stop supporting products using TLS 1.0 and 1.1. This means, if you are using a version older than 2019, then you will need to upgrade. If you do not upgrade prior to September 2023, your software will revert to read-only mode.