1 Scheduling of future phases of Office 365 will be announced at a later date.
2 Supported PC version
3 Supported Mac version
Topic Last Modified: 2013-02-15
Your organization uses Microsoft Office 365 for enterprises to communicate and collaborate. Office 365 includes email, document sharing, Microsoft Office Web Apps and more. There are important setup tasks that you need to do to use all of the features of Office 365. This guide leads you through those steps. Do you want to know what Office 365 can do for you? Take a video tour: Office 365: a tour for users
To start, sign in to Office 365 by using the full UNE email address and associated password. After you sign in, you can access the features below.
You can use the Outlook Web App for email, calendar, contacts, and more. You can use a team site, including Office Web Apps, to share documents.
If you have Office 2010 or Office 2007 on your computer, you can use it with Office 365. If you use a Mac, and you have Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 1 or a later version, or Office 2008 for Mac 12.2.9 Update or a later version, you can use it with Office 365 also.
If your company has bought Office Professional Plus with Office 365, you can download this latest version of Office from the Office 365 Downloads page. Otherwise, if you already have Office 2010 or Office 2007 on your computer, you can set it up to work with Office 365. Versions of Office that are earlier than Office 2007 cannot connect to Office 365.
You can also install Lync (or Lync for Mac 2011 if you use a Mac) and use it for instant messaging, online meetings, sharing your desktop, and other tasks.
You can connect a variety of mobile devices—including Windows Phones, iPhones, Android mobile devices, and BlackBerry devices—to Office 365. You can use email, see your calendar, and do other tasks.
If you have a problem with Office 365, ask an Office 365 administrator in your company for help. (If you aren’t sure who your admin is, ask around. He or she is probably the person who sent you information on how to sign in to Office 365.) If an admin isn’t available, take a look at these resources.