Exchange Server 2010
 
 
   
 

Applies to: Office 365 for professionals and small businesses

Topic Last Modified: 2012-03-09

Manage Your Organization - Office 365 for Professionals and Small Businesses

Find the help you need to manage Exchange Online. To get your users up to speed, see Getting started.

Create a New Mailbox

Learn how to create, view and filter, and delete mailboxes.

Create a New Mailbox

Use a CNAME Record to Enable Outlook to Connect

Use a CNAME record to let Outlook clients connect to Exchange Online mailboxes if you add your domain to Office 365 but keep your current DNS hosting service.

Use a CNAME Record to Enable Outlook to Connect

Manage Groups

Use distribution groups to let lots of users easily exchange e-mail messages.

Manage Groups

Exchange ActiveSync

Synchronize your users' mobile devices with Exchange ActiveSync.

Exchange ActiveSync

Create External Contacts

Use contacts to represent people outside your organization in the shared address book.

Create External Contacts

Create Resource Mailboxes

Create and configure resource mailboxes so users can easily reserve conference rooms.

Create Resource Mailboxes

Migrate Users and Get Them Connected

Migrate existing users to the cloud and help users get up and running.

Migrate Users and Get Them Connected

Import New Exchange Online Users with a CSV File

Quickly provision lots of new users using a CSV file.

Import New Exchange Online Users with a CSV File

Spam Filtering

Learn how we use Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) to combat spam and phishing.

Spam Filtering

Delivery Reports for Administrators

Track delivery and troubleshoot mail flow to and from users in your organization.

Delivery Reports for Administrators

Use Windows PowerShell in Exchange Online

Learn how to install and configure this powerful command-line tool.

Use Windows PowerShell in Exchange Online