Make sure the Office 365 migration has completed populating folders to your local Outlook profile. Check each folder and confirm whether it says “All Folders Up To Date” or “This Folder Is Up To Date”.
If you are using any Outlook plugins or personal emails, then you’ll have to reconnect them. Login details are required for each of the accounts.
Create Outlook rules to manage your inbox. It’s recommended that you should use the Outlook Web Client to create the Outlook rules to ensure that the rules will be consistent across all devices you use to access your email and can connect up to five devices for an account.
Right-click on any folder and make sure you see Archive options listed there.
Your custom calendar colors may not migrate, so you’ll have to set up the colors again.
Create a new password once you receive the login credentials from your IT staff when you log in for the first time.
Right-click and select “Share” on your calendar, then select the level you’d like and you can also assign changing permissions.
Office 365 allows you to add rooms or equipment for meetings and you can add them when you schedule for a meeting.
Email signatures may not migrate. Your IT administrator will send you a new one, or you may create a new one in Outlook.
You may wish to import your local PST files into Office 365 and then use Online Archiving to keep them more securely.
Your Address Book contains all the company contacts who have Office 365 email accounts. When you create a new email list, this will be the default list Outlook will search to autocomplete the match for you.
You’ll need to add your contacts into Skype for Business. Enter their email address in the search bar. Right-click the name appeared in search results and select “Add to Contacts List.” To add your contacts into Skype for Business list.
Ensure that all your content has replicated across correctly and is visible again before moving SharePoint content to Office 365