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Logging in or out of Office 365

What are the steps to log in to Office 365?

Proper sign out procedure will help prevent someone else from using the computer to access your mailbox or your username. Even if you plan to continue using the computer to visit other Web sites; first, make sure to thoroughly sign out of Office 365 and close all browser windows after every session.   Please follow these steps:

 image of the Office 365 login screen

  • Enter your Knight username (e.g., jdoe@my.ccri.edu)
  • Before  clicking on the Sign In button, make sure that if you are on a shared or public computer (ex. kiosk), the checkbox Keep me signed in is NOT CHECKED
  • Click Sign in. You should now be logged in to Office 365. Your Office 365 Display Name will be visible in the upper right-hand corner 

 image of Office 365 home page

 

What are the steps for signing out of Office 365?

Proper sign out procedure will help prevent someone else from using the computer to access your mailbox or your username. Even if you plan to continue using the computer to visit other Web sites; first, make sure to thoroughly sign out of Office 365 and close all browser windows after every session.   Please follow these steps:

  • To sign out of Outlook Web App (e-mail), click Sign out on the toolbar

image of signing out of email

  • To sign-out from Office 365 Home Page , click Sign out under your Office 365 Display Name

image of logging out of Office 365

  • If you are presented with the Office 365 portal Sign in page displaying your CCRI username, click X next to the username. This is a critical step, particularly on a public/shared computer such as a kiosk.
  • Close all browser windows.  This is a critical step particularly on a public/shared computer such as a kiosk.

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Last Updated: 5/28/13