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Table of Contents


1) GETTING STARTED ......................................................................................................................................................... 4

PLAN YOUR [email protected] DEPLOYMENT ...................................................................................................................... 4

SIGN UP FOR [email protected] AND ENROL YOUR DOMAIN ...................................................................................... 4

DIRECT INCOMING MAIL TO YOUR DOMAIN......................................................................................................... 4

2) CONFIGURE YOUR [email protected] DOMAIN .............................................................................................................. 5

UPDATE YOUR PROFILE .................................................................................................................................................... 5

CREATE ADDITIONAL DNS RECORDS ......................................................................................................................... 5

CREATE TEST MAILBOXES ................................................................................................................................................ 5

TEST MAIL FLOW ................................................................................................................................................................. 6

CONFIGURE MAIL DELIVERY .......................................................................................................................................... 6

CO-BRAND YOUR WINDOWS LIVE EXPERIENCE ................................................................................................... 6

REQUEST THE SINGLE SIGN-ON SDK AND CERTIFICATE ................................................................................... 6

REVIEW THE REPORTING AND SUPPORT OPTIONS ............................................................................................. 6

3) SET UP A SHARED ADDRESS SPACE ....................................................................................................................... 7

CONFIGURE A SHARED ADDRESS SPACE ................................................................................................................. 7

CREATE AN ACCEPTED DOMAIN .................................................................................................................................. 7

4) PROVISION USERS ......................................................................................................................................................... 7

SET THE DEFAULT MAILBOX PLAN .............................................................................................................................. 7

PROVISION USERS WITH WINDOWS POWERSHELL OR THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE ........ 8

PROVISION USERS WITH MICROSOFT IDENTITY LIFECYCLE MANAGER 2007 .......................................... 8

INSTALL ILM .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................................................. 9

5) GET USERS CONNECTED ........................................................................................................................................... 10

SEND USERS THEIR SIGN-IN INFORMATION AND LINKS TO OUTLOOK LIVE HELP ............................. 10

HAVE USERS SIGN IN TO THEIR NEW ACCOUNTS ............................................................................................. 10

SET UP MAIL CLIENTS TO ACCESS OUTLOOK LIVE ............................................................................................. 10

IMPORT EXISTING MAILBOX DATA TO OUTLOOK LIVE (OPTIONAL) .......................................................... 10

LAUNCH THE NEW SERVICE TO STUDENTS ........................................................................................................... 10

PARENTAL CONSENT VERIFICATION ........................................................................................................................ 11

6) MANAGE RECIPIENTS ................................................................................................................................................. 11

MANAGE USERS AND EXTERNAL CONTACTS ....................................................................................................... 11

MAILBOX PLANS................................................................................................................................................................ 12

MANAGE GROUPS ............................................................................................................................................................ 12

RESOURCE MAILBOXES .................................................................................................................................................. 12

PROXY ADDRESSES .......................................................................................................................................................... 13

MAIL USERS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 13

CONTROL WHO CAN MANAGE YOUR DOMAIN ................................................................................................. 13

ASSIGN SPECIFIC PERMISSIONS AND CAPABILITIES TO USERS .................................................................... 13

7) MANAGE DELIVERY ..................................................................................................................................................... 13

SUPERVISION POLICIES .................................................................................................................................................. 14

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A MailboxPlan is a template that automatically populates multiple user properties and assigns

default permissions to new or existing user accounts. Different segments of your user

population may need different mailbox plans. For example, you can use different mailbox

plans for students and teachers.



Outlook Live includes two mailbox plans for Microsoft [email protected]: DefaultMailboxPlan and

GalDisabledMailboxPlan. GalDisabledMailboxPlan is for accounts where the user information

shouldn't be discoverable by other users. The availability of one or both plans is determined

by the selections you make when you enrol your domain. That means you may not have more

than one mailbox plan. For more information, see:

 Mailbox plans for Outlook Live

 View and set a default mailbox plan

 Customise a mailbox plan



You can use the MailboxPlan parameter when using Windows PowerShell to provision new

mailboxes. This lets you specify the mailbox plan for each user when you bulk-create new user

accounts.



PROVISION USERS WITH WINDOWS POWERSHELL OR THE WEB

MANAGEMENT INTERFACE

The CSV_Parser.ps1 Windows PowerShell script, which uses a comma separated value (CSV)

file to specify users, is the best way to provision several users during the initial deployment

process. You can also use this script to create external contacts.



After the initial provisioning of users, you can continue to create new user accounts with

Windows PowerShell or you can use the Web management interface.

For step-by-step instructions, see:

 Create and configure users and contacts with Windows PowerShell

 Create a new mailbox



PROVISION USERS WITH MICROSOFT IDENTITY LIFECYCLE MANAGER 2007

For [email protected], the act of provisioning refers to the creation of a Windows Live ID account.

You can use Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager
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(ILM) 2007 to:

 Automatically create accounts (objects) in directories, based on their addition in

one (authoritative) directory.

 Continue to manage those accounts, including removal (de-provisioning)

and disablement.














1 Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Management implementation requires deep technical knowledge.

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Provisioning will occur within ILM 2007 to create the Windows Live IDs in the Windows Live

environment. The Windows Live Management Agent will be entrusted to handle this task on

behalf of ILM 2007. This management agent will take the e-mail address of the student to be

provisioned from the data source, connect to the Windows Live server, create the account,

and then return the confirmation to ILM 2007. Similarly, should the user who has an account

need to have the account evicted (deleted) from the school namespace, the management

agent will again connect to the Windows Live server to evict the account.



INSTALL ILM

To install ILM 2007, you use the ILM Install Wizard. The wizard allows you to customise the

installation of ILM 2007 depending on your environment. The following list describes the

options that are available in the wizard during a complete setup:

 Licence Agreement - You must accept the licence agreement to continue with

the installation.

 Setup Type Complete - Selecting this option allows you to specify the values for the

Store Information, the Service Account Information, and the Group Information

options. The remaining options will be installed with their default values.

 Store Information - You use the Store Information option to specify information

about the SQL Server that will be hosting the ILM 2007 database. You can choose

between a local and remote SQL Server, and between the default instance and a

named instance of SQL Server.

 Service Account Information - Use the Service Account Information option to specify

the account to be used for the ILM 2007 service. This account must already exist.

 Group Information - ILM 2007 uses five different security groups to provide different

levels of access. The Group Information option is used to specify the names of these

five groups. If the groups do not exist, the wizard will create them. In addition to

creating the groups, the wizard will add the active user account to perform the

installation to the ILMAdmins group. This option is only available if you selected the

custom setup type.



When the installation is complete and before you can run the Identity Manager, you must log

off and then log on again to have your new group membership (in the ILMAdmins group)

take effect.



SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

 Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition or Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise

Edition

 Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0

 Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition, Standard Edition, or Developer Edition

with Service Pack 3a or later; or Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition,

Standard Edition, or Developer Edition (32-bit or 64-bit) with Service Pack 1

recommended

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Learn more about viewing and filtering mailboxes.





RECOMMEND THAT PARENTS INSTALL FAMILY SAFETY AT HOME

With Family Safety, parents decide how your kids experience the Internet. Parents can limit

searches; block or allow Web sites; decide who communicates with their kids when they’re

using Windows Live Messenger, Hotmail, or Spaces; and monitor which Web sites they're

visiting.
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Learn more.




8) Reporting
You can use the Reporting page at Windows Live Admin Centre to generate

reports about your school's domains. These reports provide domain-level data

for the domains owned by your school.



Report results can help you identify:

 The number of Outlook Live mailboxes in a domain.

 How many users have signed in to their Outlook Live account at least once in a

30-day reporting period.

 Trends in the number of active Outlook Live mailboxes in each of your domains. A

mailbox is considered active if the user signs in to it at least once in a 30-day

reporting period.

 Trends in the number of Outlook Live mailboxes for your school and how many of

those mailboxes are active.



WHAT KINDS OF REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE?

You can generate three types of reports for your Microsoft [email protected] domains:

 Domain Summary: Returns data on general domain activity, such as the total number

of mailboxes and the number of active mailboxes.

 Service Usage Trend: Returns a month-by-month count of active mailboxes.

 Domain Accounts Trend: Compares the number of active mailboxes to the total

number of mailboxes.



You can view graphical-based reports at Windows Live Admin Centre or export the results to

Microsoft Office Excel.





HOW FREQUENTLY IS THE DATA UPDATED?

At Windows Live Admin Centre, new data for Microsoft [email protected] domains is available at the

end of each month. If you enrol a new domain at the beginning of the month, data about that

domain won't be available until the end of the month. If you run a report before then, the

report won't return any results.


2 Family Safety software must be installed on each computer your children use. If software is not installed, the
safety settings cannot be enforced.

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HOW TO GENERATE REPORTS

Go to https://domains.live.com/.



1. Sign in to Windows Live Admin Centre, and click Reporting.



2. On the Commercial Reports tab, select one of the following reports:

 Domain Summary

 Service Usage Trend

 Domain Accounts Trend

Note: Currently, the E-mail Storage Trend report only supports Hotmail. Support

for Outlook Live will be available in the future.



3. Select the following:

 Starting month

 Ending month

 Domain



4. Click Run Report

Note: If the report is available to be exported to Excel, you can click Export instead of Run

Report. The Export button doesn't appear if the report can't be exported.



GENERATE REPORTS USING POWERSHELL V2

Administrators can also generate reports using cmdlets to view configuration settings and

statistics for your domain. To get the full list of cmdlets visit: Generate reports using

PowerShell V2.





9) Additional Resources
This section provides additional links that administrators can use to learn more

about [email protected]

FREE SUPPORT: PHONE, WEB, EMAIL

We would like to remind you that [email protected] services includes a free support option for your

administration - including phone and 24x7x365 web and email support. Additionally, if you

are already a Microsoft Premier Support customer, [email protected] issues can be handled by your

Premier Support Team without decrementing your hours.
Request support or view services status.

The following links provide additional information about managing your [email protected] services:

 Outlook Live forums
 Outlook Live blogs

 Higher education deployment guide



Need a Microsoft partner to assist you with deployment contact us

[email protected] and we’ll connect you with a local expert.



For more information visit www.microsoft.com.au/liveatedu

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http://outlookliveanswers.com/forums/
http://outlookliveanswers.com/blogs/
http://connect.microsoft.com/
mailto:[email protected]
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