Behind the scenes of Microsoft's Live@edu

Behind the scenes of Microsoft's Live@edu

Summary: A walkthrough 'how it works' guide to Microsoft's student-focused cloud email application.

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  • In this case, if the message is received by a student from outside the school, college or university domain, a disclaimer can be added automatically to the end of the email for the student to see. In this case, it is to warn that the email has been sent from outside of the university.

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  • As the student sees it in testing this rule, an ordinary message will come through but added to the end is the disclaimer text as seen in the previous slide.

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  • Here are the domains managed by the administrator. In this case there is only one school, college or university. However if you are running a series of associate schools in a district, you can have one administrator covering kent.state.edu or surrey.state.edu and so on, with different co-branding on each. These controls are managed through the Windows Live Admin Center, which oversees the entire Live@edu service.

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