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For his latest webcast, Brett Hill of Advaiya, Inc., talks about using Contacts with SharePoint Online. Did you know that you could use SharePoint Online to store contacts and then share them using Outlook? In This video webcast Brett shows us how this is done and how it opens up new productivity possibilities.

You can learn more about the Business Productivity Online Suite with detailed walkthroughs in our How To section.

 

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Get productive with SharePoint Online in 5 minutes!

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Recently, a company called BPOS Experts announced a product called BPOS Commander.  The product has made quite a splash and it is the most feature rich BPOS management tool I’ve seen to date.   For example, one of the features built into the tool is the ability to estimate how long it will take to migrate mail.  The estimate is based on live conditions from the mail source to the mail target.   Also, administration features like creating users and changing user passwords, and migration of Exchange Public Folders, SharePoint content, and file share content to SharePoint Online are all built in.

Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with John Liccione, President of BPOS Experts and I took the opportunity to ask him about BPOS Commander.

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By Brett Hill

When you sign up for an email service like Exchange Online, you’re probably planning on using your own domain name for signing in and for your email addresses. I can actually validate a domain in about 2 minutes or less, but there are a couple of things to know.

When you first signup for BPOS, you’re asked to provide a domain name. This is used to create a base domain like “myverycooldomainname.microsoftonline.com”. You’re issued a microsoftonline.com domain (sometimes called the Microsoft Online Default Routing Domain [or MSODRD for the real trivia geeks out there]) as it is certain to be unique to the Microsoft Online AD and you don’t have to immediately prove ownership. In this way Microsoft can immediately configure your BPOS account.

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