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    1. MicrosoftOffice Outlook Web Access TRAINING: Getting Started

    2. We will be looking at

    3. What is Outlook Web Access?

    4. Browser Compatibility

    5. Getting Started

    6. Outlook Web Access Getting Started Mail managementMail management

    7. Outlook Web Access - Login Mail managementMail management

    8. Outlook Web Access Mail managementMail management

    9. The Outlook Web Access Window EnvironmentEnvironment

    10. Outlook Web Access - Navigation pane

    11. Outlook Web Access Light - Navigation pane

    12. Navigation Options Mail the main area where you can read, compose, receive and send email. Calendar the scheduler, or planner, where you can set and manage appointments and tasks. Contacts contains your contact list where you can store names, e-mail addresses, and other information. Tasks the task list where you can create and manage tasks. This element is not available in OWA Light. Public Folders displays all available public folders in a hierarchical format. This element is not available in OWA light. Environment break down of left pane. Show entire left pane shownEnvironment break down of left pane. Show entire left pane shown

    13. Reading Mail

    14. Reading Mail in Outlook Web Access ReadingReading

    15. Reading Mail in Outlook Web Access Light ReadingReading

    16. Reading Mail New message indicator ReadingReading

    17. Reading Mail in the Reading Pane ReadingReading

    18. Reading pane options (OWA only)

    19. Reading Mail in a separate window ReadingReading

    20. Composing Mail

    21. Create a new message composing All of the old ways to get started in Outlook still work:Whether you prefer to use the New button or press CTRL+N, youll just do what youve always done to open a new message. composing All of the old ways to get started in Outlook still work:Whether you prefer to use the New button or press CTRL+N, youll just do what youve always done to open a new message.

    22. Use the Address Book to add recipients composingcomposing

    23. Use the Address Book to add recipients composingcomposing

    24. Use the Address Book to add recipients composingcomposing

    25. Using Check Names composing You can use Bcc (short for blind carbon copy) to send messages without exposing the names of the recipients to each otherits one way to respect the privacy of the people to whom youre sending e-mail. Tip: You can show or hide the Bcc field as you need to by adding the Show Bcc button to the Quick Access Toolbar. However, you dont have to turn on or off the Bcc field every time you send a message; the Bcc field wont show on the received message, even if you dont turn it off in the sent message. composing You can use Bcc (short for blind carbon copy) to send messages without exposing the names of the recipients to each otherits one way to respect the privacy of the people to whom youre sending e-mail. Tip: You can show or hide the Bcc field as you need to by adding the Show Bcc button to the Quick Access Toolbar. However, you dont have to turn on or off the Bcc field every time you send a message; the Bcc field wont show on the received message, even if you dont turn it off in the sent message.

    26. About Signatures composingcomposing

    27. Creating your signature composingcomposing

    28. Creating your signature composingcomposing

    29. Include your signature composingcomposing

    30. Use Spell Check (OWA only) composingcomposing

    31. Include an attachment composingcomposing

    32. How to Change Password Clink on the Option to change the password of your Mailbox

    33. How to Change Password Click on change password Write down your old and new password Click on the Save button to save the password

    34. Calendar

    35. The Calendar view in Outlook Web Access

    36. The Calendar view in Outlook Web Access Light

    37. The Calendar view

    38. Setting up an Appointment

    39. Setting up an Appointment

    40. Want to create a meeting? Invite others

    41. Want to see the schedule of someone?

    42. Create an Out of Office Notification

    43. Create an Out of Office Notification

    44. Create a task (Outlook Web Access only)

    45. Contacts

    46. Viewing Contacts

    47. Create a Contact

    48. Create a Distribution List (OWA only)

    49. Basic Mail Management

    50. Creating folders Mail managementMail management

    51. Why create folders? Mail management Note: If you remember the lesson on flagging messages for follow-up, you may be wondering what happens to a flagged message if you move it from your Inbox to a folder. Because that flagged message also appears in the To-Do Bar, in Tasks, and in Calendar, these reminders stay put in those places even if you move the underlying message.Mail management Note: If you remember the lesson on flagging messages for follow-up, you may be wondering what happens to a flagged message if you move it from your Inbox to a folder. Because that flagged message also appears in the To-Do Bar, in Tasks, and in Calendar, these reminders stay put in those places even if you move the underlying message.

    52. How to create a folder in OWA Mail managementMail management

    53. How to create a folder in OWA Light Mail managementMail management

    54. Moving messages to folders in OWA Mail managementMail management

    55. Moving messages to folders in OWA Light Mail managementMail management

    56. Moving messages to folders in OWA Light Mail managementMail management

    57. Moving messages to folders in OWA Mail managementMail management

    58. Logout of Outlook Web Access Mail managementMail management

    59. Questions??? Mail managementMail management

    60. Thank you. Mail managementMail management