Busy, but when are you free?

Using Lync, our organization has presence awareness - we know when someone is online, at their desk or device. I can see when a colleague is busy. I can see when they are next available. This short clip shows you where to: find when your colleague is next available, from their Lync contact card. schedule a … Continue reading Busy, but when are you free?

Migrated Resource / Room Calendar won’t show subject

After migrating a resource, room or equipment calendar from Exchange on-premises to Exchange Online, meeting details were displaying incorrectly. Prior to the migration, equipment and room mailboxes shared their calendar details with users, by default. This allowed the user to check a room or resource availability, see the meeting organizer and details of the meeting.  … Continue reading Migrated Resource / Room Calendar won’t show subject

Use your Online Archive Mailbox with an Outlook Quick Step

Are you using your Online Archive? If not, this tip will help you quickly move items to your archive. But first, a short overview of the Exchange Online Archive. Microsoft Exchange Online plans include an online archive to store all that email you want to keep, but don’t want sitting in your Inbox. Exchange Plan … Continue reading Use your Online Archive Mailbox with an Outlook Quick Step

Working Elsewhere – Office 365 and Outlook

#GetItDone - Working Elsewhere Working in a team that offers flexibility, I can choose to work from home on occasion. There are various ways I can let my team and other work colleagues know that I'm not in the office. One way is to block out your time or individual appointments in your calendar. Our … Continue reading Working Elsewhere – Office 365 and Outlook

Office 365 end user courses in Microsoft Virtual Academy, please?

One of my Office 365 peers is currently involved in a large project to move the Gaelic Athletic Association's (GAA) 12,000 users from Google Apps to Office 365. Sean O'Farrell of Ergo in Ireland is playing a key role in the migration of email. Among other aspects of the project, Microsoft will be providing training videos … Continue reading Office 365 end user courses in Microsoft Virtual Academy, please?

Forum Response: Exchange Online Features for Small Business subscriptions

Office 365 community member Releve068 asks, Do I need to add an Exchange Online subscription to a Small Business subscription? Rather than give a quick answer, it is a good opportunity to demonstrate the interactive Office 365 Service Descriptions comparison page. View the video below for a quick demonstration.     There are many features … Continue reading Forum Response: Exchange Online Features for Small Business subscriptions