Sharon provides a high-level overview of what a SIP address is and when it is used. The demonstration will include editing, adding, and deleting a secondary address in the portal and using PowerShell.
- [Instructor] A session initiation protocol or SIP Address…is used for Skype for business communications.…Sip routes VoIP traffic to the user.…When a mailbox is created…the SIP Address is automatically assigned.…The default SIP Address is in the same format…as the primary email address.…We are not going to dive into the details of SIP…as it is outside the scope of this course.…I am going to show you how to create a SIP Address…using the Office 365 Portal and PowerShell.…
As you can see, I have logged into Office 365…with an administrator account…and I'm in the exchange admin center.…To add additional SIP Addresses…you're going to double-click on the user…and then click on email address.…You will notice that Greg already has…a SIP Address assigned to him.…If I delete this SIP Address, which I will do now,…I will now need to create an exchange unified message…in order for Greg to receive his VoIP communications.…I'm going to go ahead and click the plus to do so.…
I'm going to select EUM.…I have entered in Greg's email address…
- Changing the default and reply-to email addresses
- Managing SIP addresses
- Creating resource mailboxes
- Creating external contacts
- Creating distribution lists
- Creating and applying retention policies for Exchange mailboxes
- Configuring Skype for Business Online communication settings
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/13/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover creating Office 365 groups, delegating permissions using the Office 365 portal and Windows PowerShell, and migrating public folders.