Email Migration Instructions

Tabitha completed our migration to Office 365 yesterday afternoon. You should now be accessing your Tabitha email using:
Sign in using your Tabitha email address, and current email/Windows password.

Some users' information is still syncing. If you are missing emails and appointments from the past month, you can access it in the meantime here: 

NOTE: This link should be used just as a means of viewing your missing information. Any new emails/appointments etc. should be sent using the new O365 account (link above)

If you have any additional questions on this please contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.

Thank you for your patience as we move forward with this migration process. 

Below are the instructions IT sent out in advance of this migration.


  • UNABLE to complete the Outlook Assistant/SkyKick Process? Contact the IT Help Desk to help assist you with manually setting up your inbox.
  • ABLE to complete the Outlook Assistant/SkyKick Process? Your inbox should be set up, although there may be a delay in transferring the date. If you have any issues contact the IT Help Desk for support.

For email users who only login to via Outlook Webmail use, or the shortcut on company desktop called “O365 Webmail Login.” If users do not have the shortcut, it can be manually added by opening the “IT Resources” folder and then searching for “O365 Outlook Webmail” in the “Shortcuts” folder.


  • Mass360  - IT has pushed out the O365 Outlook Webmail link to their devices. Please use this shortcut if you have any issues, otherwise users should be able to access their MaaS360 mail app, authenticate using their Tabitha email address and password, and begin using the Mail app again as before. If they have any issues contact the IT Help Desk.
  • Use the Mail app -  please contact the IT Help Desk Tuesday morning to get their Tabitha email account re-setup on their phone. Otherwise, use the link above. 


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