Welcome to Office 365 for SCOE staff. Click below to log into your e-mail account using a Web browser. You may wish to bookmark the next (login) page for quick access.
If you have questions, encounter problems with Office 365, or need assistance installing optional software on your desktop computer or mobile device, please contact the Computer, Network & Telecommunication Support (CNTS) Department: (916) 228-2363 or
Changing Your Password
Your SCOE Webmail password should be the same password you use to log into your computer on a SCOE network. Passwords must be at least eight characters long, meet defined complexity standards, and be changed annually. Your password must include at least three of the following: uppercase character, lowercase character, number, or special character.
Tip: Consider a complex phrase for your password or substituting numbers for letters in a word such as: L3tsgoHav3fun!
- Hold the CTRL and ALT keys and press the DELETE key. (A menu should appear.)
- Choose "Change a password…" from the menu. Enter your existing password and a new password.
- Choose "System Preferences…" from the Apple Menu and click "Users & Groups."
- Click "Change Password." Enter your existing password and a new password.
The above instructions assume you are logged into SCOE's Active Directory Domain. If you are unable to log into Webmail using your new password, try using the online SCOE Password Management system to change (or reset) your password. By being tied to a network account server, changing your computer's login password simultaneously changes your SCOE Webmail password. If your computer is not logged into the Active Directory Domain, your computer and Webmail passwords must be changed individually.
Office 365 Training Resources
Links to training materials and videos teaching how to use SCOE Webmail (Office 365).
Desktop Outlook Software (Advanced)
For users requiring advanced features not offered by Office 365 Webmail, the CNTS Department can install and configure the desktop version of Microsoft Outlook on your local computer. Links below point to helpful support materials from Microsoft for users of the
desktop Outlook software.
CNTS Remote Desktop Support