Tag: Outlook Expert

Hybrid Exchange Migration Expert

| January 17, 2018

If you are here seeking to hire a Hybrid Exchange Migration Expert you came to the right place.

Lisa the owner of Call That Girl is an Outlook Expert and Exchange Migration Specialist. Her specialties include assisting clients purchase the right products for their team, back up their current Outlook profiles, migrate the server records, set up the new server mailbox in the current Outlook profile (So your settings all stay the same), fine tune your Outlook to be as exactly as it was, then assist with the phone setup and a bit of Exchange training.

Lisa has years of experience with migrating small companies. She does all of the work by hand and does not use migration tools. You and your company will have as seamless of a migration as you can get, there are always technical issues that can arise, but Lisa is also a technician and has a team of helpdesk techs if issues arise.

You are in good hands!

What if your team is larger than 12 people? Lisa has a referral for you, contact her at lisa@callthatgirl.biz

How it works

  • We back up the email, calendar and contacts the day before the migration
  • Next day, we do the server records changes
  • Lisa gets right to work, remoting in and setting up the new accounts and getting your Outlook like it used to be.
  • Lisa will help with phone setup (Instructions are also sent prior to migration for those that will not be available)
  • Lisa offers Exchange training

Pricing

  • $350 first mailbox/$250 add’l
  • To be priced during consulting based on number of team members
  • $499 4 hour support ticket (optional)

Want more information about your migration? Check out my FAQ here!

Contact us today, Lisa offers a free 15 min consult. Call That Girl is a break/fix on demand support company. We do not write proposals, we offer the same service to every client and our prices are listed here.

 

 

GoDaddy Office 365 Reviews

| April 12, 2017

As an Outlook Expert, Exchange Migration Specialist and Office 365 Consultant, I get calls in often from clients who either want to use GoDaddy for Office 365, have already used them, or want to get out of a nightmare situation with them.

This blog was brought to life after I helped a client with quick 1 hour request. Her team needed a shared mailbox so everyone could use it for the conference room via computer, phone or tablet. Adding a mailbox seemed like a nifty little answer for this team of 12 (as you might not know, a shared public calendar cannot be viewed on a phone or tablet).

So all she needed was just one mailbox….I told her to call GoDaddy and get one more added to their account. The sales guy pushed Office 365 as they are trained to do, she refused and just asked for another mailbox. We waited an hour and the mailbox would not allow us to create it. I told client that the sales guy was probably upset that she wouldn’t go with Office 365 and didn’t do the request. I was right…she called back and not only did the person on the phone find he didn’t do it, but he DOWNGRADED her account! So that tech had to do a hustle and transfer my client to someone else to get their current mailboxes fixed!

I will review my experiences as a paid technician who calls GoDaddy for support since I started out in 2007.

 

Phone queue

Horrible mess when you call in. Music that can be stopped, but if you stop it….a lady comes on and talks every 30 seconds. So if you are in a conference call with a client, forget trying to talk to them…you can’t override the lady upselling you on making a statement on the web.

Outstanding first level support? Or not.

From my many years of supporting email, I have found the first level “sales people” at GoDaddy are somewhat technical, but are built more for sales. They do have basic tech training and some actually have more advanced skills to help, but finding those techs is very difficult. They are outstanding at upselling, but not supporting. Let’s say you call in with an IMAP mailbox that is not synching….they will have you log in the website browser and of course it syncs there, so they can’t help you anymore. If it works on the online browser, that is as far as they will go. Unless you beg and plead….and if you do it right, the tech might get a bit more technical. I have had to push these techs to put in a request for a mailbox refresh so the IMAP mailbox straightens itself out. This can be done, but you have to pretend you know what you are doing and just muscle your way past the first tech. The techs always have an upsell of some sort. The new one is “Office 365” and we will discuss that a bit later in this blog.

Second Level Assistance

They don’t have “second level support,” or a supervisor for that matter, that you can ask for.  If you are not happy with the tech and their answers, you are better off hanging up and calling back and hope the next tech knows more than the first one or will at least help you get to the “secret” second level that is there…but again, not very helpful.

Office 365 and Control Panel

Not many of the first level techs know Office 365 very well and if you do buy Office 365 from GoDaddy, be prepared for a standard response if you have an Exchange issue, “You will need to call Microsoft for that.” I am hoping their first level techs know more by now, but the last time I called in for a client, it was a mess. Calling Microsoft is not a great solution when you are paying a company to manage and support your Office 365. Keep in mind that most techs like me, bill per hour….so If I have to call Microsoft for you, this could be a 4 hour call with many transfers to the right department and then again, HOPE you get a tech that can fix the issue. (This is why I have my clients use a top ranked Microsoft vendor for exchange!)

Another beef-aroo with GoDaddy is if you get Office 365 with them, you do not get access to the regular Office 365 control panel. You get some hi-jacked version that will make any IT administrator cry. It’s really an “Office 365 for Dummies” version. They don’t show you the exchange control panel, but you can get there by putting /ecp after your Office 365 login in the URL. I mean, is the control panel that scary they have to hide it from people?

But be assured, they are fast to sell you on Office 365 with their “credits” they will entice you with and half off the first year…no worries there folks! That half off deal could cause you hours and hours of headaches…especially if your email is on POP and you have a lot of iCloud/Gmail going on. You could choose to use a different vendor and then get a REFUND from GoDaddy on what you haven’t used since you paid. I think they still refund, yep.

Migration Assistant

Also, just a few more things…they will assist you with the migration of your data from your old email server (theirs) to the new Office 365 Exchange, but they will not do the aftercare, fine tuning of your Outlook, importing in your iCloud contacts and your Gmail calendar….and won’t offer much for assistance.

Now, maybe I am wrong with this article, maybe I’m right. Some might argue that GoDaddy is the best in the world. I used to think that too back in the day….way before the tears were falling from bad tech support calls I had to make for clients. Before I learned they didn’t have great 2nd level support and worse off, getting them to do anything outside of their basic knowledgebase.

If you are unsure of your product vendors for Office 365, my vendor has a 30 day trial, so if you’re unhappy or not satisfied…you don’t have an invoice until 30 days later. Call me to discuss your Office 365 needs, I have a no cost consultation.

Here are a few more blogs you might enjoy reading, especially if you are a technician

https://callthatgirl.biz/godaddy-office-365-problems

https://callthatgirl.biz/godaddy-sharepoint-desktop-syncing-problems

https://callthatgirl.biz/how-to-migrate-godaddy-office-365-to-csp-or-another-vendor

 

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Outlook Technical Support

| June 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you are looking for Outlook Technical Support, you can try calling Microsoft first, or you can just hire me and get the job done faster and with an Expert. I’m an expert who works with Microsoft Outlook everyday and I know how to get it repaired and back working for you. I do have same day appointments, so feel free to check out my calendar here http://bit.ly/1C2IoEO

Core Services

  • Outlook troubleshooting of all versions
  • Office 365 Exchange Migrations
  • Exchange migration aftercare from others who didn’t get the job 100% done (problems with Outlook, settings issues, missing email, calendar and contacts confusion)
  • Google Apps Repairs
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Outlook.com
  • iCloud and Outlook connection synching issues
  • Calendar and Contacts Organization
  • IMAP not synching, broken
  • Too much email, Out of control folder organization
  • Fixing and repairing large PST files
  • Gmail + Outlook issues
  • End user training
  • Outlook add-in issues, slow Outlook
  • Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 optimizing
  • 3rd party applications (iCloud, iTunes, Outlook.com)
  • Microsoft Exchange Migrations (pop/IMAP to business class email)
  • Microsoft Office 365 Consulting

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Outlook Troubleshooting

| June 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

Outlook troubleshooting is not an easy thing to do, I do it all day long. I’m an expert in Microsoft Outlook and here are a few tips for you before you dive into the program.

1.) Back up all PST files

2.) If you are dealing with an OST file, never delete it. Remember you cannot import a OST file either, so if you need that file, it has to be repaired.

3.) Have all of your Microsoft account information for software and disks ready to go.

4.) Have all of your passwords ready too.

While Outlook is a great program overall, when it breaks, it can be bad. Problems are not always easy with Outlook and if you feel you need a trained technician to assist, I am here to help. I am a Microsoft Outlook Expert and can handle all types of Outlook and Email related troubleshooting, repairs and training.

To schedule time on my calendar, please click here http://bit.ly/1C2IoEO

Core Services

  • Outlook troubleshooting of all versions
  • Office 365 Exchange Migrations
  • Exchange migration aftercare from others who didn’t get the job 100% done (problems with Outlook, settings issues, missing email, calendar and contacts confusion)
  • Google Apps Repairs
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Outlook.com
  • iCloud and Outlook connection synching issues
  • Calendar and Contacts Organization
  • IMAP not synching, broken
  • Too much email, Out of control folder organization
  • Fixing and repairing large PST files
  • Gmail + Outlook issues
  • End user training
  • Outlook add-in issues, slow Outlook
  • Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 optimizing
  • 3rd party applications (iCloud, iTunes, Outlook.com)
  • Microsoft Exchange Migrations (pop/IMAP to business class email)
  • Microsoft Office 365 Consulting

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Outlook Problems

| June 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you are having Outlook problems, well you are not alone. While Outlook is a great program overall, when it breaks, it can be bad. Problems are not always easy with Outlook and if you feel you need a trained technician to assist, I am here to help. I am a Microsoft Outlook Expert and can handle all types of Outlook and Email related troubleshooting, repairs and training.

To schedule time on my calendar, please click here http://bit.ly/1C2IoEO

Core Services

  • Outlook troubleshooting of all versions
  • Office 365 Exchange Migrations
  • Exchange migration aftercare from others who didn’t get the job 100% done (problems with Outlook, settings issues, missing email, calendar and contacts confusion)
  • Google Apps Repairs
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Outlook.com
  • iCloud and Outlook connection synching issues
  • Calendar and Contacts Organization
  • IMAP not synching, broken
  • Too much email, Out of control folder organization
  • Fixing and repairing large PST files
  • Gmail + Outlook issues
  • End user training
  • Outlook add-in issues, slow Outlook
  • Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 optimizing
  • 3rd party applications (iCloud, iTunes, Outlook.com)
  • Microsoft Exchange Migrations (pop/IMAP to business class email)
  • Microsoft Office 365 Consulting

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Outlook Repair

| June 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you are having problems with an Outlook repair, repairs are not always easy with Outlook and if you feel you need a trained technician to assist, I am here to help. I am a Microsoft Outlook Expert and can handle all types of Outlook and Email related troubleshooting, repairs and training.

To schedule time on my calendar, please click here http://bit.ly/1C2IoEO

Core Services

  • Outlook troubleshooting of all versions
  • Office 365 Exchange Migrations
  • Exchange migration aftercare from others who didn’t get the job 100% done (problems with Outlook, settings issues, missing email, calendar and contacts confusion)
  • Google Apps Repairs
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, Outlook.com
  • iCloud and Outlook connection synching issues
  • Calendar and Contacts Organization
  • IMAP not synching, broken
  • Too much email, Out of control folder organization
  • Fixing and repairing large PST files
  • Gmail + Outlook issues
  • End user training
  • Outlook add-in issues, slow Outlook
  • Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 optimizing
  • 3rd party applications (iCloud, iTunes, Outlook.com)
  • Microsoft Exchange Migrations (pop/IMAP to business class email)
  • Microsoft Office 365 Consulting

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