• How do you change SharePoint Online to use your local time zone?

    If you upload your documents only to find that your Modified time stamp is hours off, your SharePoint Online site may be using the wrong Regional Setting for your Time Zone. This is generally set to Pacific Time (US and Canada) by default. Here are the...
  • Three ways to get your email in Office 365

    Audience: Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, Office 365 for enterprises Written by: Stacia Snapp, technical writer for Office 365 Access your email in Office 365 from your desktop or on the go. Check out the following ways to get...
  • Domain management differences between Office 365 subscriptions

    Audience: All Recently we posted some helpful tips for working with your domains in Office 365 . As you're considering which Office 365 subscription will best meet your needs, there are a number of differences to keep in mind in how you work...
  • Exchange Hybrid Deployment Configuration Tips: Sharing Free/Busy Information

    Audience: Exchange/Office 365 for Enterprises Administrators Sharing free/busy information between your on-premises Exchange organization and your Exchange Online Office 365 organization is one of the primary benefits of configuring an Exchange...
  • NOTICE: Temporarily removing Lync connectivity with Windows Live Messenger in Office 365 for professionals and small businesses

    Audience: All Updated Lync external communications information Lync external communications is turned off by default. When you turn on External communications, users can add the following types of people to their Lync Contacts list: Lync users...
  • Determining which Office 365 plan you're using with SharePoint Online

    Let's say that a SharePoint Online site has been provisioned for you but you are unsure whether you're using an enterprise or small business plan. Why does it matter? And how do you find out which plan your company is using? The plan determines...
  • Change your display language in Office 365? Oui! ¡Si! Yes!

    Audience: Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, Microsoft Office 365 for enterprises Written by: Chris deMaagd, technical editor for Office 365 Ever worked with a client or colleague whose preferred language isn’t your...
  • Don’t Get Throttled – Create Well-Behaved Clients for Exchange Online

    Audience: Developers Author: Michael Mainer - Senior Programming Writer, Exchange Well-behaved clients are those that respect limits. I’m talking about Exchange Online throttling limits. Exchange Online uses throttling to effectively maintain...
  • Hybrid Deployment Configuration Tips: Outlook Web Access 2003 and Free/Busy Sharing

    Sharing free/busy information between your on-premises and cloud-based organizations is one of the primary feature benefits of a hybrid deployment. However, there are some feature limitations for on-premises Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access users and...
  • Trustworthy Compliance in Office 365

    Audiences: Office 365 for enterprises Author: Bharat Suneja, Senior Technical Writer, Exchange When organizations consider leveraging the power of the cloud, compliance becomes an important consideration. Will you have the same level of control over...