Office 365 Public Beta Available Now!


I’m really happy to announce that the Office 365 Beta is now publicly available!  We’ve been getting great feedback from customers using the service and developers building solutions using the platform during the private beta, so I’m really excited now that the service is more widely available.

You can make your request to join the public beta here.  Once you’ve filled in the required information you’ll receive an email with details on how to access your tenancy and start using the service.  Based on the interest we saw in the private beta, it might take a while for your tenancy to be provisioned, so don’t be concerned if you don’t get your welcome email right away.

Along with the release of the public beta, the Office 365 site has been updated with more details on the Small Business service and Enterprise service including details on the available plans and new supported languages and countries.

Enjoy!

Comments (1)

  1. Joel says:

    Hey Chris, glad to see you're involved with Office 365. Been sticking with your blog posts ever since we met. Have a few questions for you as I don't like my existing Exchange 2007 provider (I have to have Exchange for my personal email).

    1. Is it reliable enough to trust in its beta form for every use?

    2. I haven't pointed my domain at it yet, so I wasn't able to see if it lets you point more than one domain at it for hosting email aliases on one mailbox.

    3. Can I migrate from the beta plan to P1 without any massive issues or migrations?

    4. How're things? Still cycling a lot?