The changing way to access information in Office 365

The typical process most information workers follow when they initially sit down at their desks in the morning is to go into their emails. After a while they'll move to where their files are saved and work there. They also then spend some time inside a social network, whether business or personal. That makes a  

Use a Macro to Attach Files to New Messages

Use an Outlook macro to attach the newest file in a folder to a new message.

What does the "J" mean?

What does the J mean in email?

Adding Emojis to Outlook's AutoCorrect

How to add emoji characters and icons to Outlook's AutoCorrect.

Using the Forward and Back Commands

Add the Forward and Back commands to Outlook's ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar. Use the buttons to move between the previously used folders.

Shared Mailboxes and the Default 'Send From' Account

How to configure Outlook so you can easily send email from a shared Exchange mailbox.

Send from Other Addresses using POP3 or IMAP Accounts

When you use POP3 or IMAP accounts and if you your email host allows it, you can send mail from another email address by typing it in the From field.

View Site or Shared Mailboxes on a Smartphone?

Public folders won't sync to smartphones, but what about site mailboxes? Can they sync?

Scheduling Office 365 Protection Reports

One of the things that is constantly improving is the reporting available in Office 365. You'll find all of the latest reports under the Reports option when you visit the Office 365 admin center.

First look: Outlook.com on Office 365

Microsoft started moving Outlook.com users to the Office 365 interface earlier this week. Learn about the features and changes you can expect to see when your account is moved.

Office 365 Exchange Online Plans

Office 365 is currently one of Microsoft's fastest growing products. A major component of Office 365 is Exchange Online but there is confusion about exactly what is what when it comes to the plans that are available for hosting email in this service.

Disable Outlook's Conversation View

Outlook 2010 has a new Conversation view that groups messages together. Many users don't like it, fortunately its easy to disable, using one of two methods. Method 1: Right click on the row of field names and choose Conversations, Show Messages in Conversations. Method 2: Switch to the View ribbon and click on the Conversation  

File Sent Messages with the Original Messages

Use Conversation view to view sent messages with the original or save sent messages with the original.

Don’t email, Yammer

One of the major trends we are seeing in the technology landscape is the move away from traditional communication mediums like email to social networks.

Outlook.com is moving to Office 365!

The big news for anyone who uses Outlook.com for email, or to sync calendar and contacts to smartphone: Outlook.com is moving to the Office 365 infrastructure in 2015.