Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using email accounts for existing domains, part of Learning Office 365.
- As the administrator setting up new users…here in Office 365, you notice that default email addresses…are created for each user.…But what if you're in a scenario where you already…have a domain, you have your own company website,…and your own email addresses for each…of the users in your organization?…Well, you might want them to continue…using those email addresses.…For example, landonhotels.com is the domain…for our fictitious company, so we might…see email@example.com,…that would be their email addresses,…instead of the new addresses…that are created here in Office365,…which be their username…@landonhotels.onmicrosoft.com.…
Well, how do we get around that?…It's a matter of managing your domains…for both a website and email.…And as you can see from the dashboard here,…logged in as an administrator, we have access to it…by clicking Home at the top, or the admin tile…if you're still on your homepage, takes you backstage…here where, with dashboard selected,…there is a link to manage domains…for your website and email.…
- Logging in as an administrator
- Defining and adding users
- Uploading files to a team site
- Reading and sending email with the Outlook Web App
- Working with calendars and contacts in Outlook
- Editing a team site
- Adding files to OneDrive
- Connecting with newsfeeds, IM, LinkedIn, or a blog
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 07/14/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new chapter on the Planner task management feature, introduced in Office 365 in June 2016.
Q: This course was updated on 04/05/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that show how to get started as an end user, including how to install client apps, navigate from app to app, and set up your profile.