Office 365 for All!
Office 365 for You!

What is Office 365?

It’s the familiar set of apps you can access from anywhere for sky high productivity.
With Office 365, you’ll be free to get more done, because you’ll have online access to everything – email, documents and highly useful collaboration tools – from all of your favorite devices.
New and better email!
  • Microsoft Outlook gives you 50GB of email storage
  • Manage multiple email accounts in one place
  • Larger file size limits! Send messages up to 150MB attachments up to 25MB
  • Gain visibility into schedules of other Outlook users
Massive storage for anytime, anywhere access.
You'll always have important documents right at your fingertips. 1TB of secure OneDrive cloud storage lets you and your associates access, update and share them remotely from any device.
Mobility on all your devices.
With Office 365, your smartphone, laptop, or tablet is your office, giving you the freedom to access files and work from anywhere.
Powerful tools for working in teams.
Office 365 lets your whole team coordinate and collaborate in real time. Your files are always up to date, and everyone has access to the latest version, whether they’re inside or outside of the office.

When do I get Office 365?

If Office 365 hasn’t already reached you, it’s coming soon.
The national roll-out of Office 365 is taking place throughout 2016 and 2017. Before your scheduled launch, you’ll start to receive a series of emails that will help prepare you for the big move and give you instructions on how to ensure that all of your files and documents are safely migrated. Use the button below to see when you're scheduled to get Office 365. Check back for updates.

Learn more. Register for Workshops.

Get to know Office 365, Outlook and OneDrive.
To help you complete the move to Office 365, you’re invited to a special 1-hour, instructor-led seminar covering the highest-impact features of Office 365, your new Outlook email and OneDrive file storage. Just click on the "Register Now" button and select the session that fits your schedule.
NOTE: By default, classes appear in New York time. If you’re located in a different time zone, be sure to update it by clicking on “English: NEW YORK TIME” in the upper left-hand corner of the registration screen. Once you make this change, class times will adjust to reflect the time zone you selected.

Things to know & do before the move.

Things to know before the move...
Email access will be temporarily interrupted on migration day.
During a brief window on the morning of your migration day, you will not have access to your company emails.
IT support will be available in the office on migration day.

Files with invalid characters will be renamed.
Files and folders with the special characters à, {,}, #, &, % and ~ in their name will automatically be migrated to OneDrive, but they’ll be renamed using _ (underscore) in their place.
One username and password for both Office 365 and the NRT Gateway.
Once you’ve migrated to Office 365, you will begin using your Office 365 login credentials to access the NRT Gateway too. You’ll use your full company-issued email address and current password to log in to the Office 365 web portal,, as well as the NRT Gateway,
Things to do before the move...
Prepare to re-create your email Rules and Filters.
The Rules & Filters you use to categorize emails will not migrate. Take note of them in advance. You’ll be able to re-create these rules and filters more easily in Outlook.
Recover deleted emails if you need them.
Your "trash can" will be migrated automatically; however, items that you’ve emptied from your trash can will not be migrated. Recover these items in advance.
Copy and paste your email signature.
Your email signatures will not be migrated. Prepare to re-create them by simply copying and pasting them into a Word document prior to the migration. If you forget to do it before the migration, you can copy them from a sent email. Either way, you can paste them into the Outlook email client.
Save files larger than 2GB to your desktop.
The documents stored on personal network file shares, your home drive, will automatically be migrated over to Office 365 and accessible using OneDrive, except for files larger than 2GB. You’ll want to identify and save them to your computer, then manually move them to OneDrive cloud storage once the migration takes place.

Get up & running after the move.

Here’s your Office 365 migration-day checklist.
Know that email access will be temporarily interrupted
During a brief window tomorrow morning, you will not have access to your company emails. You will soon be receiving information on how to set up your new Outlook Webmail.
Visit the office on migration day for IT support.
If you need help completing the move to Office 365, IT support will be available in your office on migration day.
If you want to complete the set up of your Office 365 account on your own...
Get started with Outlook email and OneDrive.
To start using Outlook Webmail and OneDrive, simply use your full company-issued email address and current password to log in to the Office 365 web portal:
Help enable stronger security for your account.
To help ensure that your Office 365 account remains secure, you’ll need to take an additional step of authentication besides your company-issued email address and network password. The first time you log in from a new or unrecognized device, you’ll be asked to provide a code that’s created when you go through the two-factor authentication process.
Set up your email for mobile devices.
  • iPhone:
    • Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account > Exchange
    • Enter your full company-issued email and password
    • The account will autoconfigure
  • Android:
    • Go to Settings > Add Account > Exchange
    • Enter your full company-issued email and password
    • The account will autoconfigure
Download mobile apps on your devices.
You can easily download Office 365 apps for your smartphone or tablet:
  1. Log into
  2. Select "Settings"
  3. Select "Office 365"
  4. Select "Software"
  5. Select "Phone and tablet"
  6. Choose phone or tablet model
  7. Click "Get Apps"
Get user instruction on demand.
After migration, you can access helpful on-demand user instruction videos with your Office 365 log in credentials by going to:
For additional support call 877-NRT-HELP.


Quick answers that’ll help make your Office 365 experience even better.
Q. What is Office 365?
Office 365 combines the familiar Microsoft Office desktop suite with cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s next-generation communications and collaboration services so you can be productive from virtually anywhere through the Internet. Specifically, Office 365 provides the newest versions of the Microsoft tools you’re familiar with — Outlook 2016, Word 2016, Excel 2016, PowerPoint 2016 — and introduces you to several others that you’ll soon find indispensable, like OneDrive for Business, and OneNote 2016.
Q. Just how big is my new Outlook mailbox?
Your new mailbox will be much larger than what you are used to. It will be 50 GB. It is quite an increase from your current mailbox size – and you’ll be able to send attachments up to 25 MB!.
Q. What is OneDrive for Business?
OneDrive for Business is an online storage space in the cloud.. Use it to store your work files across multiple devices with ease and security. Share your files with other users of OneDrive for Business, and edit Office documents together in real-time with Office Online.
Q. What is OneNote 2016?
OneNote 2016 is a digital notebook great for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information. You can use it for taking minutes during meetings and sharing them with participants, and much more.
Q. How can I get IT support if I missed it on migration day?
The Help Desk will be happy to help you. Call 877-NRT-HELP (877-678-4357). For additional help, register for workshops or check out these quick help videos.
Q. How do I get started using Office 365 securely from my device?
Your first login to Office 365 requires that you enroll in our enhanced security process called “two factor authentication.” Two-factor authentication is an extra layer of security that requires not only your username and password to access applications, but an additional validation factor such as an authentication code sent by SMS, or verification by a phone app. Going forward, you will be prompted for the additional validation factor when you log in to Office 365 from a new device or when logging in from outside our company network.

Sign in at Microsoft’s Office 365 portal: Your username for Office 365 is your work primary email address
Q. How do I download Office 365 mobile apps to my smart phone or tablet?
You can easily download Office 365 apps for your smart phone or tablet:
  1. Log into
  2. Select “Settings”
  3. Select “Office 365”
  4. Select “Software”
  5. Select “Phone and tablet”
  6. Choose phone or tablet model
  7. Click “Get Apps”
For more answers, check out the complete list of Office 365 FAQs.