Most Office accounts come with an email address. If you are using a business account that is tied to your employer, your email address is likely tied to your company’s web domain, but it still may be hosted on Office 365. You can use this email address in Outlook on the Web or the Outlook desktop applications. This video shows you how to get this set up so you can start working in Outlook to send email messages and schedule calendar appointments.
- [Instructor] In this movie,…I'd like to get started using Outlook…for people who will be using their Office 365 email account.…Most office accounts come with an email address.…If you are using a business account…that is tied to your employer,…your email address is likely tied…to your company's web domain,…but it still may be hosted on Office 365.…I'll show you what I mean.…I'm at the Office 365 website,…but I've not yet signed in.…So I'll click on the sign in button…and put in the email address that I use to sign in.…
Of course, this is a demo account that I'm using…for this course.…And Globe Bank is a fake company that we use…for these training courses.…But for the purpose of this example,…Globe Bank is the company that I work for.…So my email address is tied to my company,…and has a domain with my company's name.…But under the hood,…it is hosted by Office 365.…And generally, this is the email address that you use…to send and receive email in Outlook.…So, I'll finish signing in, I'll hit next.…
Then I'll put in my password and sign in.…
This course is intended for end users of Office 365 Business or Enterprise, not Office 365 Home or Student users.
- Understanding the types of Office 365 accounts
- Managing collaborative conversations with Teams
- Working in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
- Touring the interface in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Working with formatting tools
- Co-authoring documents from OneDrive or SharePoint
- Sharing files and co-authoring in Skype for Business