The Office of Information Technology is pleased to share the following information regarding the Office 365 Shared Tenant migration.
The most common questions are 1) how do I log into my email and 2) is StarID@go.minnstate.edu (students) or StarID@minnstate.edu (employees) my new email address?
You will use StarID@go.minnstate.edu or StarID@minnstate.edu as your login “username”, when prompted. StarID@go.minnstate.edu or StarID@minnstate.edu should not be used as a send/receive email address.
Continue to use your college-provided email (@my.anokaramsey.edu, @my.anokatech.edu, @anokaramsey.edu, @anokatech.edu) to communicate with your peers and colleagues.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is pleased to provide the following updates to the Office 365 Shared Tenant migration.
Skype for Business – Instructions for Skype for Business are available here.
Shared Mailboxes – Shared mailboxes will be displayed towards the bottom of your mailbox (in Outlook client) or as a new window. Instructions to access Shared Mailboxes through the web can be found here.
OIT is adding new Post-Migration FAQs and How-To’s weekly!
Send the Service Desk an email if you have suggestions for FAQs or How-To’s.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College is migrating the
college-based Office 365 (O365) system to the Minnesota State O365 system, June
15 – 16, 2019. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) will share
additional details regarding the migration via email and website, ARCC Tech News.
The shared system model will create a consistent experience
across MinnState institutions for all students, faculty, and staff. Once
the migration is complete, you will use one account to access Office 365
applications and resources.
Your current campus email address will continue to work and will be used to send campus-related information and news
You will be able to continue to forward (or push) your campus email address to a personal account like Gmail, Yahoo, etc.
You will receive a new sign-on address which can be used to link to shared resources (SharePoint, OneDrive, etc.) and log into Office 365 applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) across any MinnState college or university