Hotmail login process- How to login Hotmail, Outlook, MSN, Live mail, Office 365… on the website.

Sign in to Hotmail is easy, just like sign in to Outlook Mail because Hotmail and Outlook Mail are both Microsoft mail addresses.

Hotmail login from the browser.

First of all, open your web browser, Then type Click enter.

Before this let me tell you one thing, Hotmail and Outlook they are the same, it is also known as Outlook mail or Hotmail. And this is only for those who already have a Hotmail account.

If you don’t have an account, then signup Hotmail!! In that post, we have shown you how to create a Hotmail ID. I believe it will help you a lot when creating a Hotmail account.

And now we will continue to sign in Hotmail.

How to send GIF on Hotmail use Microsoft Outlook

Are you a gif person or a gif person. It actually doesn’t matter because today we’re talking about the company Giphy and their latest offerings for outlook. We’re gonna show you how to spice up your Hotmail email.

Giphy is one of the latest crazes on the internet and you’re finding. It popup in all sorts of places the latest is gonna be Microsoft’s Office Outlook.

In order to install it, you can go to and basically set it up to run in outlook including outlook on the web.

A quick note you will have had to have your outlook migrated to the new system. So it should look like this.

If not you’re going to have to wait a couple weeks until Microsoft gets around to migrating your account otherwise, you won’t be able to install.

Once you do though in the store you just hit add and it’ll install it to your account. Once the app is installed you can then go to in the top bar.

You’ll have a bunch of add-ins Giphy will be one of the first ones and when you click it. It simply brings up the service.

If you’re not familiar with Giphy, it allows you to search for gifs on the internet and insert them into your Hotmail email.

So you Hotmail login, and in this case, I bring up the window and I’m gonna see what’s trending right now.

I can even go into settings and basically set some parental restrictions like cartoons. Only general audiences parental guidance or PG- so we’re gonna keep it.

On PG- here but you can, of course, set it to whatever you want. Once you go through here you can see what’s trending right now which gives you some good ideas.

But if you want something specific to say cats which are ever so popular. You can just search for that and you’re gonna get a bunch of cats basically memes and gifs out there.

I like this one with Stephen Colbert. So I click it and now it’s going to simply insert it into my email.

Once I hover over it, of course, I can also resize the gif to whatever size I want to which is pretty convenient.

If you want to add some text, and of course, now I can type in who I want to send this to along with the subject and send away.

And that persons are going to get a nice animated gif in their Hotmail email. It’s great for quick responses to things, to add some humor just basically enjoy Hotmail email.

Greate timesavers in Outlook that you need

Some people “live” in Outlook. It’s their headquarters for their day. They use it to almost its full capacity. Other folks just go in there, answer a few emails, maybe do a meeting. We’re going to show you some timesavers that I think both sets of folks could use. I mean, if you save a few moments every hour that adds up to minutes a day. And, you know, more than that over the weeks and months. So we want to add some timesavers. These are the ones that we find that resonates with people that even folks here in the office, you show them, and they go, “Wow. I didn’t know that.” So hopefully, there’s a couple of “aha” moments you can use here with Outlook.

#1 So the first one we’re going to talk about is Turn off notifications.

Now, I don’t live in Outlook. And I want to get my work done. And even though my manager may be listening, I think of my work and I think of my Hotmail email as two separate things.

So I want to make sure I can see my email when I want to and not have those little pop-ups occur, from time to time. I’m going to open up Outlook 2013 here. And those pop-ups you see, maybe, at the bottom of your screen if you have Windows or at the top of your screen. They come up with a little piece of toast almost. And it’s like Pavlov’s dogs if you remember that adage.

The axiom that basically you start looking at things and doing things without even thinking about it. So that you’re working hard and this little pop-up occurs, for some simple little Hotmail email you’ve never even heard about. And suddenly, you’re thinking about that instead of what you’re working on.

So I like turning those notifications off. I’m going to go down here to the bottom right-hand side of my screen in Windows. And click on this little triangle, left-click, look for the icon here. And right-click it and you can there’s a checkbox by Show New Mail Desktop Alert. I’m going to turn that off. I don’t want to see those emails, at all. You can also do that in Outlook.

Let me show you how to do that. If you go over to Outlook to the left-hand side, hit File and go to Options. Under Mail, there’s a whole bunch of things here.

There’s Play a sound. There’s Show an envelope icon in the taskbar. And There’s a whole bunch of stuff here that, quite frankly, I don’t think you need. I mean, I did this to a group I managed, one time. I said, “Go ahead and turn off all your notifications.

If I need you, I’ll get up out of my seat and walk over to your desk. Try it for a week and see what happens.” Well, I got fired. No, no, no. I didn’t get fired. Nothing happened. But most of the people kept them off because they allowed them to get that work, those precious few minutes to get done without the Hotmail email.

So that’s our first one is turn off notifications.

#2 Dragging email into calendar.

Now, most people know, and if you don’t I’m going to give you a bonus right now.

If you’re on an email that you want to turn into a meeting, you can go up here into the ribbon and click on Reply with Meeting. And, basically, it takes everyone that is in the email chain in the To column. And you can add all your text here in the area for the email here. You can add your own text down here, if you need to, also.

But sometimes, what you want to do is set an appointment. And we want to block some time off. Let’s say, I have this proposal here that I need to read.

But I want to just take some calendar time so I have private time to work on that. So I can just drag this into the word Calendar or the icon. And it creates an appointment for me. And I can just fill this out.

If you have an earlier version of Outlook, you actually might have a calendar you can actually pull down to the day and then set the time. So that way, you can block off time and this will appear as an appointment in your calendar.

A couple of little things that are kind of fun in Outlook when setting time and date and all that. Over here in Time, you don’t have to use the number, colon, number AM/PM. You can just write the time. So if I want to do this at, I don’t know, o’clock this morning. I can just write and it prints it out, puts it in.

You can also do the military time. And I can even end it at an odd time. So let’s say I’m going to do a minute meeting. When was the last time you were there or a minute appointment? I’m going to go, type that in. Hit tab.

And it will go in. So you can do some of that stuff in Outlook to set your time. You don’t have to type exactly what’s there.

#3 Ignore button.

So let’s find a Hotmail login email. We get these emails all the time. This one’s about a client lunch that was in April. Now it’s tomorrow. It’s been rescheduled. I can’t go to it. Everyone’s having all this stuff. “What should we have?” They’re talking about all this great food. I can’t go. So I delete the message every time it comes in because it bothers me.

Well, what I can do is use the Ignore button up here in the upper left-hand corner. If there’s an email you don’t want to see anymore, this Ignore button, which is Control Delete as the shortcut. Not only does it delete the email, any more emails about that subject go automatically into your Deleted Items” folder. You don’t even see them.

So if you’re getting some– there’s some technical thing that doesn’t deal with your department, you can put that in the “Ignore” button.

Or do we still have those ones where everyone says, you know, “Reply All?” Stop hitting “Reply All” and they hit “Reply All” and it just goes on forever. Save your sanity. Go over and click the “Ignore” button.

You get this message here for the first time. I’m going to check this off so I don’t see this message again. I ignore the conversation. I never see those emails again. And I don’t have to think about the client lunch. The “Ignore” button, terrific to use.

#4 Quick Access Toolbar

We’re going to stay in the upper left-hand corner here. At the very top, this is called the Quick Access Toolbar. You see a few commands up here.

The Quick Access Toolbar is for all– you’ll see these for all different programs in Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Basically, you can put some of your most used or favorite commands up here at the top.

Currently, I have Undo and there are some touch things here. I have a Redo button. But you can add new commands there. There’s a little triangle right next to it. Let me click on that. And let me add the Print command. If I want to print email, there it is. And those will stay up there the entire time I’m there until I remove them.

So they’re always up here, no matter what screen you’re on. You can add a lot more. Let me show you here. Let me click this little triangle again. Go down here to More Commands and I’ll click that. Lots of commands here.

There’s even a whole area of Commands Not in the Ribbon. I mean, there’s a ton of things here. I’m going to click All Commands, which is everything in alphabetical order. Let me drop to the very bottom here. And I want to add one called Work Offline.

And I’ll hit the Add button. I can rearrange this if I don’t want to. But I’m good. So I’m going to hit “Okay.” And now, as you can see, in the upper left-hand corner, that Print command and that Work Offline command was up there and will stay up there. Work Offline is a great button.

If you want to stay in Outlook but don’t want to send out an email, you want to send it all at once, or don’t want to have an email come in to bother you. You can see there’s a certain theme here I have to email.

You can click that button and you work offline. You’re just disconnected from the server. And then, as soon as you click it back on, your email will send and receive. So it’s a good button. That’s why I keep it up on the Quick Access Toolbar.

And again that’s on all Office programs. I think it’s on all Office programs. I know it’s on the main ones, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Is it on Visio? It’s on all of them. And It’s a great tool to use.

#5 Respond fast with IM

Sometimes we work in email time. And “Did you get that email? I had this important email. Did you get it?” Sometimes you want to respond to people faster than email.

And you can do that. You can respond with an IM. Click IM Reply All. And everyone in the message I can now IM. Now, this only works if your business is connected by Link. If you work from Office from home and have Skype, have a Skype network.

Well, you could do that with Skype also. But, basically, you can get everyone at once. And then, just reply. Like, you know, you can pretend you’re the big boss. “I need an answer now.” And you can do this in IM. And they’ll get the message and you can work on it right there. So you don’t have to- you know, there’s walking out and getting people right away. There’s email.

This way, you can respond to people, as long as they’re online, right away, and get a hold of them. So that’s Reply with IM, number five.

#6 Quick Steps.

That’s this big area of the ribbon right here, which you may have seen. I think it’s been there since Outlook 2010. But it’s terrific. And I’m going to show you a couple of different ways. Sometimes you do things manually. You move things to folders. You tag them. And you categorize them. Some people set up rules. If the email does this, then we’ll have all this happen.

Quick Steps is the way to do that manual with email, and a lot more. So if there’s a certain email here that I want to use and put it in. Like, say, this Bing email I got this morning would be perfect for something that we’re working on with this Project Falcon.

So what I can do up here is I can click the one I’ve preset in the Quick Steps area, called Project Falcon. And I’ll click it. Now, what it just did– I’ll go over to this Inbox now for Falcon Project. It moved it over here. But not only that, it moved the message.

It marked it as Read. I now have it tagged as Tailspin. And I have a follow-up flag. It did it all in one quick step. Let me break that open and show you how we did that here. So I’m going to go down and click the More steps and Manage Quick Steps.

And here’s that Project Falcon. It moved it, It flagged it. It categorized it and marked it as Read. Now, you can do this for a lot of emails.

In fact, let’s just kind of start a new one. I’m going to hit the Create New button here. And just show you all the things you can do, all the actions you can add. And multiple actions; Move to folder.

You can categorize a message, two or three times if you want to. If you need to mark something. Here, let me choose one category here and then add another action and choose a category.

You know, I’ll use two of them. So if I do this Quick Step, it will categorize those mails two ways. I can add other steps, too. And I can add categories and tasks, add flags, set the importance level of a message. I can copy it automatically. I can do, again, multiple steps as one Quick Step. Last, I can also respond and make a new email.

This is really great. If you’ve ever used or tried to use, sometimes, Outlook templates, those can be tricky. Here’s a new way to do it. Let me show you what I did for a Tailspin invoice. And what I did have I created a mail that when I click it, it automatically prepopulates. A lot of times, we use the same email.

We try to find it and we cut and paste and use it again. This way, it creates a brand new email. And I’ve set several things here. I can set the importance level as High. I can add a follow-up flag. And I can present who it’s going to.

And then, the Subject line, I just have to fill in what week it is. Then, this whole other area, I just fill in the number, the date, and the amount, and send it off. It’s just a quick little snapshot of each week for the invoices we sent. So that’s a Quick Step. And you can set that email very easily. Give it a try.

Try to Create New and just start right in. If you want to do that new email, it’s right here. You click New Message. And here are all the options you can do. And you can preset an email that you might use over and over again, and use it as a Quick Step. That was our timesaver number six.

#7 Out of Office.

Now, things change if you have smartphones and the Outlook Web Access and things like that, the web app. You can set your Out of Office message a couple of different ways. But if you don’t have that, or what I did a few years ago, as you have this to-do list of things you wanted to do. And the last thing is I have to set my Out of Office message.

And I remember a few years ago, I was at the bus stop and realized I had not set it. I had to come back in, miss my bus. Went upstairs, all the jokes, “Hey Doug, that was a short vacation.” Wait for my computer to fire up and set my Out of Office message and then, leave.

So the great thing about it, this is a new feature in Outlook 2010. I’m going to go over to the File menu and click Automatic Replies (Out of Office). And I get this little more expanded menu. I can Send automatic replies. And then, I check the box Only send during this time range.

So I’m going on vacation next week. I’m not really. But if I was, I could set the message right here. So I’m going to set this message to go off Sunday night at about nine o’clock. And I’m on vacation.

And then, I’ll turn it back on the next Sunday, late at night, to eight o’clock. So I can set this– now, I’ll add my time. In fact, it keeps my time from the last time I was on vacation in February.

So I can just retype the dates if I want to. I can do one for inside and outside my organization if I want different messages. And then, hit Okay. And now that message will send on the 16th. I don’t have to think about it. So it’s a way of thinking of the vacation in advance. That’s always a good thing.

#8 Search.

We could probably do minutes on Search. In fact, we probably should. But searching an email is a great way to find things. The Search box is actually right in here with all my email. Right above there, there’s a little field called Search Current Mailbox. Ctrl+E is the shortcut.

And you can just search for something. So if I’m looking for something from Garret, I can type that in there. Now, five messages appear. He’s only in the To line in one of these messages. And you can see it’s yellow. But these other messages probably mention Garret. Because it looks at the message, the subject, and all the information in the message.

In fact, this top message here, if I scroll down, sure enough, Garret is mentioned. It’s about Yammer activity and Garret’s name is there. So it picks up that information. Now, when you click up here, you get a whole ribbon of search tools. And let me close this. And let’s do another search. Let’s say I want to search for something about Contoso.

And it will look for it. And as you can see, when you click the search, you get this new ribbon with all these tools up front. Now, you can also search the Current Mailbox or All Mailboxes, if you want to. The default is Current Mailbox. And then, you can also use the ribbon.

So I want to look for something with Contoso, but I want to look for something that has attachments. And I can type all that in or I can just use the ribbon. And there it is. Now, this message from Alex has nothing about Contoso.

I don’t see the word Contoso. But it has an attachment. I’ll click on the attachment. I can read it. That’s a feature in Outlook 2010. I can read it without opening up Word. And it’s not going to be in yellow. But sure enough, the word Contoso is there. So it searched for an attachment to an email and was able to find it. That’s part of the power of Search that is great.

How To Add or Remove Hotmail Accounts in Windows 10 Mail App

The Windows Mail App let you have access to all your different email accounts at one place, like from Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.Com, Hotmail, Gmail Accounts and other accounts. In this Windows tutorial, you will learn, How to Add or Remove E-mail Accounts in Windows Mail App.

Add Hotmail account from Mail App:

If you have signed into Windows using Microsoft account, then Windows has already set up your Microsoft Account into Mail App.

But if you want to add more email accounts from other email services, then follow these steps.

Within from the Mail app, click the Settings button from the bottom left corner, and from Settings pane, click Accounts, and then click Add Account.

You will be presented with the most popular email services provider, or if your email service provider is not in the list, then you can click on Other Account, to manually configure POP or IMAP accounts.

For instance, if you click on then you will be asked to enter the Login Credentials for your,, Hotmail, MSN account.

After filling the Hotmail login details, click the Allow button, so Mail App may access your account. If everything goes fine, then click the Done button, and your Hotmail account is now available in Windows Mail app.

To switch between mail accounts, click the Accounts button from the left side pane, and choose an appropriate account that you wish to use, and within a blink of eye, you will be in another account.

Remove Hotmail account from Mail App

To remove an account from Mail App, follow these steps.

From the bottom left corner, click Switch To Settings button, and from the Settings pane, click Accounts. Select the account from the list, that you want to remove, and from the Accounts settings window, click Delete Account. To confirm the changes, click the Delete button.

That’s it. So this is how you can add, or remove email accounts in Windows Mail App. Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog to have more upcoming tutorial videos. Thanks for reading, and have a good day!

How to hide Hotmail Address from the Sign-in screen

Hi friends and welcome again. This is a short tutorial on how to hide your Email Address from the Sign-in screen. If you are seriously concerned with your privacy and do not want to show your Hotmail, Outlook mail address openly on the Sign-in screen, then you can apply a few simple steps to hide your Hotmail email address.

By default, Windows display your email address on the sign-in screen, if you are using Microsoft Account login into windows instead of a Local Account.

Click the Start button and then click Settings. Click Accounts icon and then from the left side pane click “Sign-In options”.

Scroll down a bit and under Privacy option turn off the option “Show account details (e.g. email address) on sign-in screen”.

Now, the next time at Sign-in screen Windows will no longer display your Hotmail or Outlook email address.

Hope this short tutorial will help. Thanks for reading and take care!

How to Reset Hotmail password!

Today I’m going to show you what to do when you need to reset your Hotmail password. But you don’t have access to your security contact information such as your cell phone or an alternative email address.

Go to account up and sign in using your phone number, Skype ID or email. If you’re using an email to sign in it could be an email like,, or

If you’ve forgotten your password, you can click I forgot my password link at the bottom of the screen.

Click I forgot my password and click Next.

You’ll be prompted for the CAPTCHA to make sure that we can verify you are not a bot and you are a human.

If you do not have an alternative email, phone number or the Authenticator app, that Microsoft can send a code to or if you cannot use any of the password reset options. Select I do not have any of these on we need to verify your identity screen.

Follow the steps to access the online account recovery form. You can select I do not have any of these, click Next.

The email that you’re being asked for here is not the email that you’re trying to recover, click Next.

To make sure that we have the correct email, we will need to send a code to the address and ask you to enter it, click verify.

Next, you will go through the form with a series of questions, some of the tips for filling out the form.

Then Answer as many questions as you can and provide as much information as possible.

Use the information provided when you first created your account or when you last updated it. Submit the form from a computer that you frequently use.

And keep in mind that your email address may be country specific.

For example, if you created your account in England, your domain would be instead of

After you reset your password go to and sign in. Then Click security and click update security information.

And there are a number of ways to secure your account. And Microsoft highly recommends you to have more than one.

We also recommend that if you are concerned that someone may have access to your account, check for unfamiliar charges on your account for your bank statement.

To learn more about how to review charges on your Hotmail account, follow my website.

Microsoft support: What is a microsoft account?

Hi! We are from Microsoft customer services. And today I’m going to show you the benefits of your Microsoft account.

Did you know that if you currently log into Xbox or Outlook, Hotmail you have a Microsoft account? If you use Skype to make video calls or if you save files and photos to the cloud with Onedrive, you’re also using Microsoft account to sign in.

Your Microsoft account is your one-stop secure access to all things Microsoft. Sign in once and easily access the content people and entertainment that you care about quickly.

There are many products and services all connected by one account. Make it easy for you to manage your Microsoft experience all with one username and password.

Just sign in with your Microsoft account and you can:

  • Keep playing solitaire on your phone during your commute.
  • Access important files and photos through Onedrive.
  • And even receive personalized news flight information and package tracking from Cortana while signed in.

Want to eliminate the need to remember your account password, with the Microsoft Authenticator app, you can sign in to your account with your phone and a pin or your fingerprint and add an extra layer of security.

Your account also enables you to move between your preferred devices like a laptop and phone. Seamlessly ensuring that your games files and settings are all available to you when and where you need them.

Your Microsoft account helps you manage everything in one place.

Visit to see your personal account information, recent purchases.

Review and edit your privacy settings connect your account with others in your family and even track your rewards.

Microsoft account is your easy access to managing your Microsoft experience.

How to change the design of your Hotmail account

Sign in Hotmail allows you to customize the interface, change the structure, layout of Outlook. So if you want to have a better experience, you can read instructions on how to log in and then you can change the Outlook at your disposal. The procedure is simple, but we will give you the most detailed information so that everyone can understand it.

The changes you can make are:

  • Choose how the reading panel of your messages will be displayed, or if you want to hide it.
  • Select the aspect of the letter to be seen: the first sender, then the subject, or vice versa.
  • Choose how the message will be organized in your conversations: new messages at the top or bottom.
  • Arrange your tray so that higher priority messages are displayed in a different tab, in addition to selecting the criteria by which they will be organized (date, sender, importance, attachment, subject or message size).
  • After viewing the guide, you can change the theme of your account. You can choose between placing a single color or an image as the title, the theme including the colors will dominate in your inbox.
  • Other changes, such as font size, are made in the browser settings you use.

How to change the layout of the inbox

  • Access the main page by typing “” in the search bar of your browser.
  • Log in, entering your email address and password. If you are still not sure how to do it, enter the tutorial on how to login Hotmail.
  • Once inside your account, select the Setting gear in the upper right part of the screen.
  • In the drop-down menu, select “Display settings”. A menu will appear where you can configure, Click “Reading panel”. And you can either show the reading pane on the bottom or even hide it all together.
  • Click OK. Now you have a new layout.

How to change the inbox theme

  • Access the Hotmail page and log in with the help of the tutorial how to sign in Hotmail
  • Click on the Mail settings (the gear button) and select “Change theme”.
  • All the options of themes and colors that you can choose to personalize your mailbox will appear in a drop-down menu.
  • Once you click on the subject of your preference, you just have to select “OK” and the changes will be made automatically.

How to change the order of received messages

  • Access the page with the help of the tutorial of how to log in to enter your Hotmail mailbox.
  • At the top of your messages, click on “Filter.”
  • A menu will be displayed, where you can choose which messages to apply the filters and if you want to activate or deactivate the Priority message tray. You can also choose how to sort them and how they will be displayed.
  • Changes will be made automatically, the options that are activated will be shown with the popcorn.
  • The next time you receive messages, they will be displayed in the way you have configured them. You can change the look of your account whenever you want.

Used Office 365 message encryption secure your sensitive email

The good news gonna able scratch surface talking easily secure email using new investments unveiling Ignite, within Office 365 partnership Azure RMS, secure encrypted email. So, just quick show hands, many know use IRM? How many use OME? How many use RMS? And How many idea three acronyms mean? All right good, okay admit.

So rights management services, information rights management, Office 365 message encryption. These number different technologies built Office 365, built top Azure RMS platform. With goal helping protect safeguard sensitive documents email communications flow Office 365.

And think email encryption protecting sensitive communications, really shortage motivations start thinking today. Whether large number high profile email hack attacks taken place making headlines seemingly every week. Whether ever-evolving requirements achieve privacy regulatory compliance.

Again, protecting gets communicated email even important. And adding complexity challenge fact cloud mobile world, border data information sit, longer edge firewall. It really just everywhere, real shortage reasons protect sensitive information email.

And email encryption around a long time, the breakthrough. And help mitigate risk many, many years. You certainly shared us number challenges faced In efforts try to implement email encryption scale users people communicate. First told us, hey pretty complex set, a lot moving parts.

And get set apps keys stuff implemented deployed, often hear users difficult use. You also shared hey, encrypted email often inconsistent experience decades.

Type something click sends, usually recipient end, something different go. For the sender, may extra steps need to add extra layer protection. And cases extra layers protection may incompatible devices, email apps, users, recipients trying use.

And last least, users may always know use email encryption. think put lot burden users right thing, cases users trying right thing. But asking things extra beyond normally done write type email message outside one’s higher sensitivity.

So today Ignite conference, want share hoping attack address lot pain points shared us around email encryption.

The value proposition wants land secure email works across devices, apps, applications use anyone wishes to reach. Whether folks inside organization today use IRM inside organization inside Office 365 tenant, works well.

But often breaks try thing people organizations, business partners. And even challenging try reach customers may using commercial mail service Office 365, may Gmail, may Yahoo!Mail, or So goal really making seamless easy users protect mail importantly ensure recipients receive read respond emails without additional friction.

So? Well, Office 365, together Azure information protection team, combined make number significant investments.

First, want to remove complexity getting started.

If tried use information rights management IRM today Office 365, may aware bunch steps need to go wire start working. We gonna remove complexity automatically enabling customers.

We also going add support BYOK. Many given us feedback hey, really love use key materials used help protect messages versus Microsoft issued key.

Well, shortly something available well. Secondly, terms attacking whether protect messages wanna make simpler users either manually protect the message, believe the lot will take place automatic protection. Let use power intelligence service things data loss prevention identify content inspection sensitive.

Really taking burden users way deliver promise third area investment. Which ensuring, automatic protection one users manually press protect button, high confidence recipients messages actually read.

Probably important part. So number investments starting talk today, many coming. We talked little bit automatically setting RMS. If already familiar IRM OME, demonstrate moment really taking best IRM combining reach OME single solution.

And includes working Office 365 tenants well reach scenarios BC hosted Office 365 platform. A value proposition wanna make today, hey, use Outlook, just doing work. There need install additional apps go additional steps. Imagine ease use users use familiar app Outlook, whether desktop, Mac mobile device, send receive protected mail without change way get things done. And many things talk thought best thing show demos.

So case gonna talk three pain points shared us existing RMS, IRM OME. One works inside the organization.

The second one necessarily works mobile email app choice.

And the third area necessarily thinks to reach customers, Office 365 protected messages. So take look will work. So, logged Contoso Corporation, Garth, marketing director.

And common scenario, working new product launch sensitive information want the safeguard to protect, still need work securely collaborate folks. So press release sends weeks time. going include new project team Office 365 group, well adding Riley, member Woodgrove Media.

He different Office 365 tenant, different Office 365 customer, supercritical participating, PR consulting firm help us make sure nailing messages press release. And highlight aspect shows, really sensitive wanna leaks, going manually apply Do Not Forward policy click Send.

Now normally, folks within organization trouble reading the protected message. But already set complex trusts federation Contoso Woodgrove, Riley different experience. So switch Riley, wait message go internet, important note part work removing need set

Manually set trust just gonna implicitly. And surprising, fact message Garth. And even though two different tenants, forward permission noted info bar fact try forward message unable.

Double-clicking attachment, hopefully, expect, documents, just mail message also rights management protection, encryption rights restrictions. And, see permissions applied Riley. And, Riley easily responds back say, looks great.

So just, demonstrated Wright management work box whatever moral equivalent Cloud two Office 365 organization. But another pane point shared us fact necessarily work users mobile devices. And Jose switch iPhone, talk Allie.

She member Contoso, works organization Garth go, love everyone use Outlook mobile app, much performs native mail app experience inside IOS.

And past tried to read the protected message using say native mail client iOS Gmail client Android, many probably experience read the message. It says install bunch apps forth.

To help address giving new option Office 365 tenant admin switch call server-side decryption policy enforcement.

Using secured channel EAS, unenlightened mail clients really clients ‘ aware RMS still receive respond back protected messages.

So, case, protected message Allie received a message, member Office 365 group see attachment. also, see Riley response. And message different way native mail app informs Allie. Just saw Riley note Outlook said hey forward protected. We added little banner says company protected message Office 365.

Now, Allie still productive go, Reply All, say take. And click send. But remember, forward the message, fact tries forward a message, Include attachment little bit salacious information. She wants share friend Sophia outside organization part mail thread clicks to send Office 365 service side will enforce the policy.

And just moments see Allie will get message back service saying permission send message fact message sent. And, nondelivery port explains Allie permission send a message. So, something optionally available.

And Jose switchback device? This something will optionally available turn users syncing Office 365 client. Jose, switch back number one?

Thank just close part demo. wanna show entire mail thread even though went BB, also enlighten native mail app, communication whole time, protected message.

Excuse, thread protected even though different participants. So think far? All right.

That coming soon. Yeah, great question, hey box today. What showing today hope customer preview end calendar year start rolling Early Q next calendar year. At end deck, actions participant preview program.

So the last demo wanna show final pain point. Reaching people Office 365. And, lot people top Office 365 great, fluid experience. But also no need to communicate customers partners may be using Office 365.

So case, Garth, wanna reach freelance writer see the help marketing collateral upcoming launch. Now, Sophia single person. She single company person, Office 365.

She uses Gmail account even though manually protecting message going Sophia Gmail. Because company Contoso crafted data loss prevention policy looks sensitive terms things bad leaks, case Project F code name new product release.

Then click send, service will automatically protect message behalf. anything. And, reasonably high confidence recipient experience fluid. So take look Sofia. So switched Google Chrome, signed Sofia Gmail account. When click refresh sees message Garth come.

Again used IRM today try to send someone outside organization IRM message probably familiar experience. It pretty jarring something allows recipient quickly read response message. Well, new experience providing. A new, clearer message.

We gonna allow customize, example. Put company logo things. Because of Google Chrome Gmail RMS aware, know decrypt native message attachment. This another IRM mail.

This OME, may familiar, Is completely different solution uses HTML attachments posted back service, blah, blah, blah. Instead, message normally sees IRM message. The difference added new temporary web view link devices RMS aware.

Say example, Sophia syncing mail Outlook Client iOS. That RMS aware app able render message just saw Allie Riley, Riley Garth appropriately Outlook Outlook web. So click gonna show another set investments integrating common federated identity providers.

In case, know Sofia coming Gmail account giving Sophia, option sign using Google account, still use one-time passcode chooses. When clicking sign tap sign Google account, probably familiar screen ever gone online properties allow sign Google, Twitter, Facebook MSA.

Here, one – time consent, saying going allow Office 365 basic details information.

When click Allow, just moments, will see message render inside web viewer.

And important thing look actually send forward message someone Google enforced. And see, actually grayed. see message restricted. Right, easily respond without taking many extra steps.

In fact, next time receive a message back Garth, just click the link, goes fluidly right message without additional steps. Pretty cool? All right.

So think almost time great call action rest today going forward. One, big part secret sauce behind Azure RMS good colleague, Goggin, partner crime Azure IP team. We want strongly recommend start thinking migrating enabling Azure RMS.

Particularly lays foundation interested things BYOK. The second thing, customer preview coming end calendar year. And interested joining seeing well investments making next three-six months, just simply send us to email ProtectEmailPreview

How to utilize Outlook to save worktime.

I would like to share with you just three tricks to use in Microsoft Outlook that have completely changed my email experience and general workflow. We all know how overwhelming an inbox can be, and many of us feel the immediate impulse to answer those emails rather than letting them linger.

I like to call this the “culture of immediacy”, the idea that because something can be immediate, it should be. These tips I’m about to show you are designed to help you break free of that culture, give yourself permission to focus deeply on your work, and invite you to consider a fresh outlook on your Outlook experience.

#1: Turn your desktop alerts off!

My recommendation is to consider turning your desktop alerts off entirely when you intend to work on major projects.

First, you will want to access your Outlook. Make sure it’s open, then click File, find Options, and ensure that you are in the Mail settings (the Mail menu).

When you scroll down, you will find a section called Message arrival.

Be default, when you receive new mail your Outlook will play a sound, change your mouse pointer, show an icon, and display a Desktop Alert.

So let me demonstrate what happens. I will send a Hotmail email message to myself to show you what happens. I hear a sound, there’s this new notification over here, and if I was working on something else, my attention has now been diverted or I might click this email to answer it rather than continue my work.

So again, this is about avoiding work disruptions. So let me return to where I was at in my Options menus to see how I could remedy this.

In order to turn these alerts off, all you have to do is uncheck the boxes you don’t want anymore. When you turn these alerts off, you are able to

A) work for long durations on a given task without interruptions, and then you’re able to turn them back on if you need to at a later time, or

B) you can feel empowered to just turn them off entirely and keep them off limiting your email checking to only certain times that you designate during your workday.

#2: Choose a different start and exit location!

The second tip I would like to share involves accessing the Advanced menu. So just as there was a Mail menu, we have an Advanced menu on the side.

Find the section labeled Outlook start and exit. That’s near the top. By default, your Outlook is designed to show you your inbox as soon as its opened.

So again, that culture of immediacy assuming that the first thing you’ll want to do is respond to other people. My recommendation would be to consider choosing another place.

For example, my Outlook is set up to open to my Calendar which means that before I am answering any emails or responding to questions or addressing other people’s tasks. I have had the opportunity to look at my schedule for the day as well as tasks I’ve been given for the day.

It’s become a much calmer, focused way to begin my day’s work. So let me show you how to do that.

What you’re going to do is click Browse. The same way you might attach a file to an email, and choose the place that you want your Outlook to open to. Be sure to click OK to save any of these settings that you change in these menus on the side.

#3: Utilize Atomic Learning

My final tip would be to explore all of the bells and whistles of Outlook such as Tasks, Notes, and the Scheduling Assistant through the web-based training videos available at Atomic Learning for the Butler community. So let me show you how to access that.

First, you will want to in a browser access Atomic Learning from the following webpage:

It should prompt you for your Butler credentials, and of course, I’m logged in so I’m already there. What you will do here is you can actually search for Outlook to find things. That maybe haven’t been covered in a CAT video or in a CAT training session that you’ve been to. You’ll see here there’s Outlook 2010.

I can click that, and it’s going to take me to many sessions all about the different things I can do in Outlook.