• Video: Troubleshooting Outlook for Mac 2011 Connection to Office 365

    Applies to: All users of Office 365 for enterprises and Office 365 for professionals and small businesses. This video shows you how to troubleshoot connection issues between Microsoft Office Outlook for Mac 2011 and Exchange Online for Office 365...
  • Sharing administrative tasks

    Did you know that an administrator can give permissions to other people to do administrative tasks in Office 365? If you are an Office 365 for professionals and small businesses customer you can assign administrator permissions to an Office 365 user...
  • We need your feedback about Lync Online Administration

    Are you a Lync Online administrator? If you are, we’d like your help to improve our Office 365 Lync Online administrative experience. If you are a Lync Online administrator for your company, and you’re interested in participating in a 1.5...
  • Exchange Server Deployment Assistant Update for Exchange 2010 and Office 365 Coexistence

    We're happy to announce that the Exchange Server 2010 Deployment Assistant has been enhanced to include support for configuring rich coexistence (“ hybrid deployment ”) for organizations interested in maintaining some users on-premises...
  • Three reasons to get the latest Office 365 downloads

    Written by : Dan Albright, Office 365 Technical Writer. Known in the community as AutumnsChild_MSFT Audience : All Why would you want to get the latest Office 365 downloads? Because they work with your Office applications, they keep your PC up...
  • Getting Started with Connected Accounts

    Audiences: All Author: Darcy Jayne, Senior Writer responsible for Outlook Web App support Use Connected Accounts to consolidate email from up to five accounts into your Office 365 mailbox. It’s a great way to manage all your email in one place...
  • Working with domains in Office 365

    Audience: All We’ve heard from many of you that some aspects of working with domains in Office 365 can be confusing. We’ve determined that most of the confusion revolves around the following three questions: I already have a website...