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What is Inside the Lync Admin Center?


To continue the series of my posts on the admin center of Office 365, today we will navigate into the admin center of Lync Online.

Before we start, these are the previous facilities where we have already navigated:

What Is Inside the Office 365 Admin Center?

What Is Inside the Exchange Admin Center?

As illustrated below, the Lync Admin Center in Office 365 has four major facilities: Users, Organization, Dial-In Conferencing, and Meeting Invitation. These are the facilities that we will attempt to traverse in this post.

Users. A facility that displays the Lync users of the organization.

Organization. This facility has the following sections:

  1. General. A section where we can set presence privacy mode, and the mobile phone notifications. On the mobile phone notifications, we can either or both use the Microsoft Push Notification Service and Apple Push Notification Service.
  2. External Communications. In this section, we can control access Lync users in the other organizations. We can as well manage communication with Skype users and users of other IM service providers. Moreover, it provides us the facility to allow or block domains.

Dial-In Conferencing. A facility to define users that are allowed to set-up meetings with dial-in conferencing. A qualified Lync Online audio conferencing provider is required for this feature.

Meeting Invitation. A facility to customize our meeting invitation.

I hope this would help.

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What Is Inside the Exchange Online Admin Center?


In my previous post on What Is Inside the Office 365 Admin Center?, we have navigated into the administration facilities of Office 365. Today, join me in discovering what is inside the Admin Center of Exchange Online.

As describe below, Exchange Admin Center in Office 365 provides us an all-inclusive facility to administer our Exchange Online, in an easy-to-use fashion.

FACILITIES FUNCTIONALITIES
Recipients This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Mailboxes
  2. Distribution, security, and dynamic distribution groups
  3. Room and equipment mailboxes
  4. Mail contacts and users
  5. Shared mailboxes
  6. Migration to and from Exchange Online
Permissions This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Administrative roles
  2. User roles
  3. Outlook Web App policies
Compliance Management
This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. In-place eDiscovery and hold
  2. Auditing reports
  3. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies from templates, DLP import, and custom DLP policies
  4. Retention policies and tags
  5. Journal rules
Organization This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Organization and individual sharing
  2. Apps from Office Store, URL, or file
Protection This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Anti-malware policies
  2. Connection filtering
  3. Content filtering
  4. Outbound spam
  5. Quarantine
Mail Flow This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Roles related with rights protection, disclaimers, bypass spam filtering, and more.
  2. Delivery reports
  3. Message trace
  4. Accepted domains
  5. Inbound and outbound connectors
Mobile This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Exchange ActiveSync access settings, including quarantined devices, and device access rules.
  2. Mobile device mailbox policies
Public Folders This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Public folders
  2. Public folder mailboxes
Unified Messaging This provides us to the ability to define and manage the following:

  1. Unified Messaging (UM) dial plans
  2. UM IP gateways or IP PBX in Active Directory

Hope this would help.

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