Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure Outlook and Skype for Business for Office 365, part of Deploying Office 365.
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- [Voiceover] So now that I have my Office 365 subscription,…and I have my domain, I have users…I want to test my connectivity.…Well, the great thing about testing connectivity…to Office 365 is that you're really testing connectivity…from your network to the internet…because Office 365 is on the internet…and available at all times.…But also you're testing your configuration…to make sure that you haven't misconfigured anything…in your Office 365 Tenant.…So let's go ahead…and use the most popular clients that we would use.…
Let's start with Outlook.…So if I launch Outlook 2016,…I want to create a profile to connect to my mailbox.…So it's very simple, I'm just going to say Yes,…that I want to connect to a mailbox,…I'm going to provide my name and my e-mail address,…as well as my password.…And I'm not going to use a Manual setup…because I don't really need to know anything…about the environment that I'm connecting to,…I'm just going to let Outlook do all the work.…When I say do all the work, I mean that it's performing…
This course details the process of moving your network to Office 365 by deploying a new Office 365 subscription. David Elfassy covers creating user accounts, adding domains, and configuring email, directories, conferencing, file sharing, and valuable business services such as PowerShell and SharePoint. Watch these tutorials to deploy your own implementation of Office 365 or to see if this technology fits your enterprise needs.
- Using FastTrack to prepare for Office 365
- Creating Office 365 user accounts
- Adding domains
- Configuring Outlook and Skype
- Configuring sharing and shared mailboxes
- Troubleshooting an Office 365 deployment
- Configuring PowerShell
- Creating SharePoint services