Outlook Web App (OWA) User Guide

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Outlook 2013
Web App (OWA) User Guide
Durham Technical Community College
Table of Contents
• How to Logon
• Opening View
• Navigation
• Mail
• Contacts
• Calendar
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Access your Outlook Web App (OWA) using:
https://exchange.durhamtech.edu
Open browser and type in URL in address line
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Login into your Outlook Web App using your Username
and Password
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Opening View in IE 10
Navigation Bar
Settings
New
Mail
Button
User’s name
Folder
pane
Email message
Selected View Pane
Selected message
(highlighted)
Reading pane
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Navigation Bar
Mail – for managing your mail
Calendar – for managing
Calendar
People – allows you to create
groups for sending messages
Tasks – Current To do list
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MAIL
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Reading Email
New
Mail Button
Folder
pane
Email message
Selected View Pane
Selected message
(highlighted)
Reading pane
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Folder Pane
Create and
Navigate
between
folders
Favorites
section: add
frequently used
folders from
Name folder
• Use Drag
and Drop
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Folders - Inbox
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Folders - Drafts
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Folders – Sent Items
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Folders – Deleted Items
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Selected View Pane
Selected View Pane
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Selected View Pane
The message
displayed in the
Reading pane is
highlighted
The check mark
indicates the
message is being
viewed
The blue bar
indicates
unread
message
The Red X is for
Deleting the
message
The Flag allows you
to mark the
message for follow
up
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Selected View: Context menu
• Right click on any message
in this view to reveal the
context menu
• Some options are:
• Delete
• Move: To move the message
to other folder
• Flag for follow up
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Reading Pane – Displays Selected Email Message
Subject
Sender
Recipient
Message
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Selected View: Message Status Bar
Flagged messages
All messages
All messages to recipient
Unread messages
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Creating a New Message
Click the New Mail
Button to generate a
message.
Email Form
appears
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…Creating a New Message…
• Add the Cc and Subject matter
information if applicable
• Type your Message in the body
of the pane
• Click on Send button if new
message
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Replying to Email
Actions
Email message
Selected message
(highlighted)
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Replying to an Email Message:
(Before Clicking Reply)
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Replying to a Message:
(After Clicking Reply)
• Add the Cc and Subject
information if applicable
• Type your message in
the body of the pane
• Click on Send button if
new message
• Also have Discard &
Insert options
Send button
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Replying to an Email Message
• To gain access to more
commands, click the
Window button in the
upper right corner of the
Reply message
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Outlook Auto-saves Drafts
If you walk away in the middle
of an email, Draft notice will
appear
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People
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People View
New Contact Button
Folder Pane
Delete contact
Contacts menu bar
Contact List view Pane
Edit contact
Selected Contact View Pane
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Contacts List Options
Contacts menu bar
People search
Contact list
options
• Can list contacts by:
• First name
• Last name
• Company etc.
• Contact menu lists
options:
• All contact types
• People
• Groups
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Adding Contacts
• To add contacts, click
• The following box appears
• Click on contact
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Adding Contacts
• Complete the information
requested
• Click + button to add
information
• Click Save
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Contacts View
Added Contacts
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Contacts – Address Books
Groupwise
Personal
Address
Book
Groupwise
Global
Address
Book
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Adding Groups
• To add contacts, click
• The following box appears
• Click on group
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Adding Groups cont.
Form for
adding
Groups
• Type the Group name and Enter
• Type group member email address
• Outlook populates email as you
type
• Type Enter
• Save group
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View Added Group
Added Group
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Contact Menu Bar Views
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Sending Group Emails
Click on Mail icon
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Sending Group Emails
(View after clicking on mail icon)
Complete Subject
Type email
Click Send
Note: The To address is
already filled in
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Calendar
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Managing Calendar
• Outlook has the following
calendar views:
•
•
•
•
Day
Work Week
Week
Month
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Monthly Calendar view
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Weekly Calendar View
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Work Week Calendar View
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Daily Calendar View
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Scheduling a Calendar Event
• Click
New
Event
• Enter Event
Information
in the form
that appears
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Scheduling Repeat Options
To add attendees
Click + Sign
Repeat Options
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Scheduling a Calendar Event: Attendees
• Select attendees by
clicking + sign
• Can select individuals or
groups
• Click OK
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Scheduled Event Calendar Entry
Received request to
Join event
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Tasks
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Tasks View – For Adding Tasks
Click to add
New Tasks
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Tasks + Flagged Items
Flagged Items
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Tasks
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Basic Navigation
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Navigation Bar - Signing Out
Click down arrow
to Sign out of OWA
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Navigation Bar - Settings
Settings
• Refresh your view - check for
new messages
• Set automatic replies to Out of
Office setting
• Display settings – modify default
view of OWA layout
• Change Theme – change the
background theme of your OWA
window within browser
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Settings: Automatic Reply for Out-of Office
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Automatic Reply for Out-of Office
(John Doe’s Out-of-Office to Ned)
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Out-of-Office – Your Automatic Update Reminder
Automatic pop-up
reminder
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Display Settings – Message List
Message List:
• Layout
• Preview Text
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Display Settings – Message List
Sender’s
Name
on Top
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Display Settings – Message List
Subject
on Top
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Display Settings – Reading Pane
Reading Pane:
Layout
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Show Reading Pane on Right
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Show Reading Pane on the Bottom
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Show Reading Pane on the Bottom
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Settings – Change Theme
• Select Theme
• Click OK to
change Theme
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Change Theme
New Theme
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Settings - Options
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Recommended Browser Listing
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Recommended Browser Listing cont.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Are we migrating the email that is currently on
GroupWise?
2. What about Calendars and Events?
3. Will “shared files” continue to work?
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FAQs
4. What do I need from you?
• “It is time to do some fall cleaning.” Time to clean up your email box.
• Rules of thumb, if it’s over a year old, delete it. (Of course if it is
important, you may keep it.)
• Then review your less than a year old emails, especially with
attachments.
• Emails with important attachments; Save to new desktop folder.
• Empty your GroupWise “Trash” and “Junk Mail.”
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FAQs
5. What about my Archive?
6. What password will we use?
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