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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  • 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.

  • The domain admin console is where you can control your domains from. This allows you to switch over your existing IMAP email servers to Live@edu once the migration has completed. You can also run reporting tools to see how many users you have and to keep track of domain management.

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