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Email at Olin - Office 365

The Olin Business School is migrating from its own email system to the University Office 365 system.  Office 365 (O365) is a University initiative to improve the integration of email, calendaring and address books across the Danforth Schools and the Central Fiscal Unit (CFU). Office 365 is a hosted Microsoft email and collaboration service.

Office 365 brings efficiencies and improvements over our current email system, such the ability to share calendars with others outside our school, improved service redundancy and improved operating efficiencies. Additionally, improved capabilities around Microsoft Lync (formerly Communicator), a service that allows real-time web video meetings will be available, as well as instant messaging.  Faculty and staff who may work interdepartmentally or teach an interdisciplinary course will find these improvements make sharing information more seamless.

WUSTL students have used this system for several years, and this year the University started to move staff and faculty there as well.  Arts and Sciences, Brown, and the CFU have all started their migration.  Engineering, Law, and Sam Fox plan to follow later this year.

Please explore the links listed to the left to learn more about email at Olin and the University. Additional information about this service can be found here: http://email.wustl.edu

If you are looking for information about the legacy Olin email system, please contact the Olin Help Desk (help@olin.wustl.edu) with your question.  If you can't find the information you need or see outdated information, please let us know by sending an email to the Help Desk.