Office 365 – Manage your SharePoint site collection (and others settings)

As it seems a little bit confused on how you can manage your SharePoint on Office 365, here is an how to First, connect to the Office 365 portal and click on the Admin link shown at the top From this page, you have some links to manage Exchange, SharePoint or Lync (as well some of your Office 365 tenant settings [internet domains, user…]) Below, Office 365 you have a…

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Office 365 – Add your Office 365 forest on your Exchange Management Console

If you already have Exchange 2010 deployed within your organization, you can manage your Exchange organization hosted by Office 365 through the Exchange Management Console. If you don’t have Exchange deployed, you can install ONLY the administration console by customizing the installation of the evaluation version to select only the administration console. So, you have now the Exchange Management Console, what do you have to do to manage your Exchange…

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Office 365 – Enable multilingual interface on SharePoint sites

Office 365 is available in multiple language, so it means that SharePoint is also available in these available languages. Ok, but when you create a SharePoint site collection, you choose ONLY one language for the interface. How can you allow your users to change (or let SharePoint automatically set) the language? Logon to the SharePoint site using a site collection administrator account and go to the Site Settings Then click…

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Office 365 – Invite external people to access to your SharePoint site

With Office 365, it is possible to invite external people to access your private SharePoint collections. However, this feature is not enable by default. So, to enable this feature, there are few actions to do. First, connect to the SharePoint Administration portal (https://yourdomain-admin.sharepoint.com) and go to the Site Collection Management Select the site collection on which you want to allow external user invitation and click on the Manage Share by…

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Office 365 – Receive your mails from other addresses on Exchange Online

With Office 365 Exchange Online, it is possible to receive all your emails from other addresses. To do so, connect to the Office 365 portal and open Outlook Web Access Then, open the Options menu From your account page, click on Connected Accounts Click on the New button and follow the wizard Enter the email address to receive on your mailbox and click on the Next button The system is…

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Office 365 – Pricing & plan

With Office 365, Microsoft is upgrading is current Online Services (Exchange, Lync, SharePoint) with the latest products version, introducing some new features. Pricing (per user and per month) vary from $10 to $27, split into 4 different service levels. To know the pricing and service level, go to http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/enterprise/subscription-plans.aspx (in US Dollar) or http://www.microsoft.com/fr-fr/office365/enterprise/subscription-plans.aspx (in Euro)

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Office 365 – Assign an alias to a user

UPDATE this post apply for Exchange Online 2010; for Exchange Online 2013 see http://blog.hametbenoit.info/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=486 On Office 365, all user with an Exchange account has an email address hosted at onmicrosoft.com (user@something.onmicrosoft.com). Here is a step by step to add an alias to a user (using the something.onmicrosoft.com suffix or your own internet domain name). This has not to be done if you have enabled Directory Synchronization with Office 365. If…

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