Getting Started with Microsoft Office 365

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Office 365 is a public cloud offering from Microsoft that brings IT Infrastructure to cloud. In the presentation we introduce Office 365 and give out steps to get started with it.

Office 365 is a public cloud offering from Microsoft that brings IT Infrastructure to cloud. In the presentation we introduce Office 365 and give out steps to get started with it.

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  • . The MOSID is actually just like a LiveID but instead of being tied to an individual the MOSID is solely used for Office 365.
  • Now that you’ve got your users set up in the site, you’re ready to begin setting up yourservices. Let’s start with Outlook and Exchange, which you can use to create new mailboxes,create groups, set up calendars, and more.Begin the process by clicking Admin and, in the Admin Overview window, click GeneralSettings in the Outlook area. The Exchange Online screen appears (shown in Figure 3-11),where you can set up defaults for a number of features, including the following:■ Add mailboxes■ Create distribution lists■ Set up external contacts■ Add other email accounts to Exchange OnlineThe Mailboxes features in Exchange Online follow steps similar to the ones you’ve alreadytaken to set up your users in Office 365. add a new user or click Import Users to upload a CSV file. The list of current users in yourOffice 365 account are displayed in the table at the bottom of the screen.
  • You can create a distribution list in Exchange Online to control the flow of outgoingcommunications.If you regularly send out status updates from the site, for example, oryou publish a list of site changes on a weekly basis, you can create a distribution list tomake sure that all the users who need to receive that information get the message. Tocreate a distribution list for your users in Exchange, follow these steps:1. In the Outlook area of the Admin Overview page, click Distribution Groups.2. Click New on the Distribution Groups tab.3. Enter a name, alias, and description for the distribution list.4. If you want the group to be secure so that people can join the group only byrequesting to be added to the secure list, select the Make This Group A SecurityGroup check box. (See Figure 3-12.)5. Click the Membership area, and click Add; then click the user or users you want toadd to the list. Click Add at the bottom of the dialog box and click OK.6. Choose any additional options—or add other users as owners of the list—andclick Save.Setting Up and Managing Outlook and Exchange
  • . Here arethe steps:1. In the Admin Overview screen, click General Settings in the Outlook category.2. Click EMail Migration.3. Click New.4. Select the type of email account you’ll be migrating, and click Next.5. Specify the account information as requested.6. In the Start Migration page, click Run.
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  • 1. Developer Conference 2011 MICROSOFT USER GROUP KOLKATA
  • 2. Introducing Microsoft Public Cloud for Businesses @abhishekkant Community Program Manager Microsoft Corp (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • 3. • http://community.office365.comOffice 365 delivers an ROI of 321 percent with a payback period of two months forthe composite midsize organization.- Forrester Report, Oct 11
  • 4. Agenda• Office 365 Overview• Sign Up Process• MOSID• Lync Online• Exchange Online• Office Web Apps• SharePoint Online• Mobile
  • 5. What is Office 365
  • 6. Microsoft Office 365
  • 7. Applications in Office 365 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •11
  • 8. Office 365 Versions• Office 365 for small businesses• Office 365 for enterprises• Midsize Businesses• Office 365 for education
  • 9. Sign Up Process
  • 10. What is MOSID• From LiveID to MOSID Two types of users or ways to sign in  Managed User (Created from Office 365)  Federated User (On-premise credentials) Microsoft Online Services ID or
  • 11. Office 365 Admin Page
  • 12. Setting Up a Profile
  • 13. An Overview of Your Administrative Tasks1. Make sure team members have the permissions and licenses they need to log on and access Office 365 services.2. Make sure email is working the way you want it to for all your team members.3. Get started on the team site to provide access to the information your team needs.4. Set up Lync Online to allow file transfer and audio and video transmission if you want your group to have access to those features.5. Know how to get help, create service requests, and check system status
  • 14. Adding Users One at a TimeAdding Multiple Users at Once
  • 15. Setting Permissions, User Location, and Sign-In StatusAssigning LicensesSending an Invitation Email
  • 16. Viewing Domain PropertiesAdding a Domain to Office 365
  • 17. Instant Messaging in Office 365LYNC
  • 18. Setting Up Sound and Voice
  • 19. EmailsEXCHANGE
  • 20. Setting Up and Managing Outlook and Exchange
  • 21. Create a Distribution List
  • 22. Mail Inbox & Options Tab
  • 23. Calendar
  • 24. Migrate Your Email• For other types of email accounts such as IMAP accounts , you can use the Email Migration tool to move your email accounts to the mailboxes in Office 365• After the migration is complete, Office 365 sends you a status email giving you Information about the migration
  • 26. Office Professional Plus is … • … the full Office rich client suite available as a monthly subscription Word Publisher • … managed and downloaded from Office 365 Excel Access portalPowerPoint InfoPath • … the same rich client applications found in SharePoint OneNote Workspace Office Professional Plus 2010 Outlook • … per user license, up to 5 simultaneous installations • … available in 32 and 64 bit • … provides access to companion Office Web • • • Excel OneNote • PowerPoint Word Apps on Office 365 SharePoint Online 32 | Microsoft Confidential
  • 27. Download & Install• Office Professional Plus can be downloaded from Microsoft Online Portal• Setup is similar except for setup does not prompt for an 5x5 product key• Upon first time launch of Office Professional Plus, user will be prompted for Microsoft Online Services ID credentials• Installs the Sign In assistant• Office Subscription adds a component called Office Subscription Agent (OSA)• Previous installed Office applications must be uninstalled. Office Professional Plus does not perform upgrade installs or replaces existing Office installations
  • 28. Click-Once Execution• Office 365 Desktop Setup is now launched directly from the Office 365 Portal, with no need to download and install a setup package. The application will launch directly using .NET 2.0.
  • 29. Office 2010 Web Apps
  • 30. Co-authoring with Office Web Apps Summary of co-authoring products
  • 31. CollaborationSHAREPOINT ONLINE
  • 32. Tenant Admin
  • 33. Creating Your Team Site with SharePoint Online Customer Service & Support
  • 34. Adding Web Parts
  • 35. Sharing Your Site
  • 36. Adding Multiple Documents
  • 37. Office Ribbon
  • 38. Creating a New Workflow Setting Workflow States
  • 39. What Is Out in Office 365 Sharepoint• FAST Search• Mail enabled libraries/Lists• PowerShell for Sharepoint• Send to Connections (in the Tenant Admin)• Performance Point
  • 40. SharePoint Online Configuration & Extensibility• SharePoint Online Developer Guide• MSDN SharePoint Online Resource Center
  • 41. Anywhere AccessMOBILE
  • 42. Mobile with Office 365
  • 43. Using the Office Hub on Your Windows Phone 7
  • 44. Word, Excel, PowerPoint Editing on Your Mobile Device
  • 45. Checking System StatusCustomer Service & Support
  • 46. Creating Service RequestsCustomer Service & Support
  • 47. Rs. 300 amonth