Office 365 Tip #16: Categories
Office 365 - News Story - Tip 16 - Categories

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #16: Categories A cluttered inbox can become overwhelming, luckily Office 365 has a feature that can help bring order to the unruliest inboxes: “Categories”. With this feature […]

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Free Access to Lynda.com Courses
Office 365 - News Story - Lynda.com

Free Access to Lynda.com Courses Lynda.com courses are now free for all University of Toronto students, staff and faculty. Lynda.com offers online courses in business, technology and creative skills taught by industry professionals. Along with offering career-building courses, Lynda.com also offers courses on commonly used Office 365 applications, such as: Excel, Power Point, Word, Outlook […]

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Office 365 Tip #15: Shared Mailbox Performance
Office 365 - News Story - Tip 15 - Shared Mailbox Performance Fix

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #15: Shared Mailbox Performance Fix If you added a shared mailbox to your Outlook profile, you may experience performance issues, such as: Items appear to be missing […]

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Office 365 Tip #14: Sharing Files with OneDrive
Office 365 - News Story - Sharing Files with OneDrive

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #14: Sharing Files with OneDrive One of the most innovative applications in the Office 365 suite is OneDrive: a place where you can store all of your […]

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Office 365 Monthly Update, January 2018

Office 365 Updates Office 365 is under a constant state of change and keeping up-to-date can be a challenge. The Office 365 Update series covers recent or planned changes to the service (and related offerings). The transcripts along with links to all the content referenced are available at http://aka.ms/o365update-transcripts.

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Office 365 Tip #13: Recover Deleted Email

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #13: Recover Deleted Email Ever wanted to find an archived email only to discover it had was deleted? Then, when you look for it in your Deleted […]

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Office 365 Tip #12: Focused Inbox

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #12: Focused Inbox Sometimes your inbox can become overwhelmed with non-essential messages: social media updates, newsletters, or general promotions. These messages don’t necessarily belong in your junk […]

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Office 365 Tip #11: Update Your Presence Indicator

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca Tip #11: Update Your Presence Indicator Working in a large institution it can be difficult to keep track of your colleagues’ availability. With Office 365’s presence indicator you […]

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Office 365 Tip #10: Change Timezone and Language Preferences
Office 365 - News Story - Timezone and Language Preferences

Over the upcoming months, the University of Toronto will be gradually migrating Faculty & Staff from Exchange to UTmail+ powered by Office 365. Learn more at http://office365.utoronto.ca U of T is lucky to have employees who speak many languages and who often travel the world for their work. If you are working remotely overseas or […]

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Office 365 Monthly Update, December 2017

Office 365 Updates Office 365 is under a constant state of change and keeping up-to-date can be a challenge. The Office 365 Update series covers recent or planned changes to the service (and related offerings). The transcripts along with links to all the content referenced are available at http://aka.ms/o365update-transcripts.

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