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Manage user accounts in Office 365
As an admin, you need to perform a variety of tasks to keep your organization running smoothly. Learn how to add users, update user information, buy and assign licenses, and change or reset passwords, for yourself and others.
Create a public email alias in Office 365
Create a public email alias in Office 365 by setting up a shared mailbox. You’ll also learn about distribution groups, and how to use PowerShell to create the shared mailbox. Finally, you’ll learn how to add the mailbox to either the Outlook Web App or the Outlook 2010 program.
Create an internal team alias in Office 365
Use a distribution group to make it easier to send email to a team of people in your organization. Using a team alias, you don’t have to type individual email addresses for the members of a particular group. You’ll learn how to create and use you team alias in both Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web App.
Share your Office 365 calendar
Learn how to share or publish your calendar in Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web App so that friends and colleagues can see your appointments and meetings. You’ll learn how to control who can view the calendar and how much information they can see.
Configure Lync-to-phone for Office 365
If you are an administrator for Office 365 for enterprises, set up Lync-to-phone so that users in your organization can make and receive phone calls using a laptop or smart phone.
Configure Lync-to-phone for Unified Messaging
Set up users for voice mail with Exchange Online Unified Messaging so they can access voice mail and missed call notifications from Outlook 2010 or Lync 2010.
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