Lync Online is available in three stand-alone plans (Plan 1, Plan 2 and Plan 3) - as well as part of the Office 365 packaged plans (the P and E plans). See the below chart for more information on which Lync Online plan are included in which packaged plan (click the picture for the larger … Continue reading Lync Online and Office 365 Feature Comparison
Office 365 users wanted a better, more connected and governed experience when it came to working with PDF files within SharePoint Online document libraries. Thanks to your direct comments and active voices in the Community forums, PDF files will now open directly into Adobe Reader without requiring that it be downloaded first. The PDF remains … Continue reading New and Improved – PDF in SharePoint Online in Office 365
As part of Office 365, SharePoint Online lets you create sites to share your documents and information, making it easy to work together with colleagues and customers. Team Sites give you and your team a place to work together on documents, critical tasks, and events - you can keep your teams in sync and manage … Continue reading Get the most out of SharePoint Online in Office 365
A shared mailbox is a great way to implement department mailboxes, shared calendars and lots of other things. On the web you'll find several detailed step-by-steps for setting up shared mailboxes: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_cloud/archive/2011/11/18/set-up-shared-mailboxes-in-office-365.aspx http://blogs.technet.com/b/ptsblog/archive/2011/12/07/set-up-a-shared-mailbox-in-office-365.aspx http://help.outlook.com/en-us/beta/ee441202.aspx?sl=1 Update March 26th 2012 - new GUI based tool for creating Shared Mailbox - link Before you go through those steps you should … Continue reading A couple of tips for setting up Shared Mailboxes (updated)
Thanks to the recent update of Lync Server 2010, Microsoft Lync Online users can now record meetings, conferencing sessions, and calls. To take advantage of this new feature, your Lync Online administrator must enable recording for your organization. The cumulative update for Microsoft Lync Server 2010 – January 2012 includes changes to the administration of Microsoft … Continue reading Record your Lync Online meetings
Maybe you are considering moving to Exchange Online in Office 365 and would like to know how much Internet bandwidth will be required to support your Exchange clients after the migration is completed? The new Exchange Client Bandwidth Calculator Beta is now available for download. The Calculator predicts the client network bandwidth requirements for a specific set … Continue reading Calculating bandwidth required for Exchange clients
The Microsoft BPOS–S to Office 365 Transition Guide for Enterprises is intended to help you understand the requirements and work streams for transitioning your organization from Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS–S) to Microsoft Office 365 for enterprises, using the automated Microsoft transition process. This transition of your production tenant moves user data and … Continue reading Transitioning? You need to read this document!
To be allowed into Office 365 a user needs to be authenticated. Authentication means verifying that the user is who he/she claims to be. Once authenticated we can decide what actions the user is authorized to perform in Office 365. Identity management deals with identifying individuals in a system and controlling access to the resources … Continue reading Identify Yourself – One or Two Passwords?
The SharePoint Developer Team has just released a work in progress - a large-scale static diagram of a subset of the classes in the SharePoint object model hierarchy available in sandbox solutions. At this time the diagram does not reflect the relationship between the classes, but it does provide a useful general reference for how … Continue reading Navigate the Sandbox