Outlook 2010 not giving 14 day password expire notification using Office 365

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I logged in as admin and i checked to see if notification is on and it is.
None of the users receive the notification.
I found a Fix it patch and that did not work
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This functionality was indeed delivered in a later patch, make sure you have it installed. Also, there process is different for federated and non-federated users:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/09/11/office-365-password-expiration-notifications-in-outlook.aspx
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2817371

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Update is already installed. I went to install it and it told me the update is not needed.

Is there a setting in windows 7 that needs to be tampered with?
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Are you using AD FS? If this is the case, alerts will appear only on non-domain joined machines. Other than that, alerts should appear once every day, for the last 14 days before the password expires.

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They are all Workgroup. These computers were on a domain but we took them off. and put them back to workgroup.

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