2 Contents How to Log in:... 3 Change Your Account Password... 3 Create a Message... 4 Add a Signature... 4 Learn About Inbox Rules... 5 Options > Automatic Replies... 6 Calendars... 7 Create an Appointment... 7 Request a Meeting... 8 Set a Repeating Item... 9 The Scheduling Assistant... 9 Sharing a Calendar Create and Manage Folders Allow someone else to manage your mail and calendar About Delegate Access Turn on Delegate Access Change permissions for your delegate Change delegate access to private items Flags and Reminders Create a Contact Import Contacts Create a Group P age
3 How to Log in: Type into your browser: mail.rsd7.net Username: Password: You will arrive at this Screen: Office 365: a tour for users: us/office365- enterprises/hh aspx Notice to the right Next to the date is a? which takes you to the Help Section. Office 365 Help us/office365- enterprises/ff aspx?companytype=companytenant&dapenabled=0&haslitesku=0&hasadminp ermissions=1 Resources How to import your contacts Change Your Account Password enterprises, Topic Last Modified: You can change the password for your account using the Options page. 3 P age
4 How do I change my password? The steps to change your password depend on the service you're using. For more information, see What else do I need to know? at the end of this topic. 1. In Outlook Web App, click Options > Change Your Password. If you don't see the option to change your password directly under Options, click Options > See All Options, then click Change your password. The next steps will vary depending on the service you use to access your account. 2. Follow the instructions on the change password page. Important: If you also connect to your account from your mobile device, after you update the password for your account, you also need to update the password in the settings on that device to match your new password. Similarly, you also need update the password in the settings of any other desktop application you may be using (for example, Apple Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, or Windows Live Mail). Create a Message Topic Last Modified: You can create messages in the new message form. This is the same form that's used for replying to and forwarding messages. How do I create a new message? 1. In any mail folder, click New, or press CTRL+N on the keyboard. You can also create a new message while you're viewing the address book. On the toolbar, click Address Book, and then use the search text box to find the person or group you want to send a message to. Right-click the recipient's name in the list, and then click New Message. 2. Enter the recipients you want on the To and Cc lines. For more information about recipients, see Add or Remove Recipients. 3. Type a subject. 4. Type your message in the message body. 5. When you're finished typing the message, click Send or press ALT+S to send it. Add a Signature Topic Last Modified: An signature consists of text that can be added to the end of an outgoing e- mail message. 4 P age
5 Note: This topic applies to the standard version of Outlook Web App. To read about this feature for the Outlook Web App Light, see Options > Messaging. How do I create a signature? 1. At the top of the Outlook Web App page, click Options > See All Options > Settings > Mail. 2. In the Signature box, type and format your signature. If you use both Outlook Web App and Outlook and want a signature in both, you need to create a signature in each. 3. To add your signature to all outgoing messages, select the Automatically include my signature on messages I send check box. 4. Click Save or press CTRL+S. Learn About Inbox Rules Topic Last Modified: Rules can be used to automatically sort incoming into folders based on, for example, who the sender is, who the message was sent to, or the importance of a message. For example, you can create a rule to automatically move all mail sent to a group you're a member of to a specific folder. Note: This information applies to the standard version of Outlook Web App. The feature that's described isn't available in the Outlook Web App Light. How do I manage rules? To manage rules, click Options> Create an Inbox Rule. You can use the Inbox Rules tab to create new rules, or to edit or delete existing rules. What else do I need to know? To create a new blank rule using the Inbox Rules tab, click New. You don't have to use the Inbox Rules tab to create a rule. You can also create rules directly from messages. To create a rule directly from a message: 1. Right-click the message in the message list pane. 2. Click Create Rule, or open the message and then click Create Rule on the toolbar. Rules are run from top to bottom in the order in which they appear in the Rules window. To change the order of rules, click the rule you want to move, and then 5 P age
6 click the up or down arrow to move the rule to the position you want in the list. Some types of messages won't trigger Inbox rules, including: Delivery status notifications, which include non-delivery reports and system messages. Read receipts and delivery receipts that are generated by an client. Some automatic-reply (Out of Office) messages. You can create more complex rules by clicking More Options. After you click More Options: You can set more than one condition for your rule. You can set more than one action for your rule. You can add exceptions by clicking Add Exception. You can turn on or turn off Stop processing more rules. By default, the option to stop processing more rules is turned on. With this option on, when a message comes in that meets the criteria for more than one rule, only the first rule will be applied. Without this setting, all rules that the message met the criteria for would be applied. For example, without Stop processing more rules selected, if you have a rule to move all messages sent to a public group to a particular folder and another rule to move anything from your manager to another folder, and your manager then sends a message to that group, you'll find a copy of the message in both folders. If you want only the rule that moves messages from your manager to be applied, put that rule higher in the list than the rule that moves messages sent to the group, and then edit the first rule to add the option to stop processing more rules. You can edit the name of the rule using the Name box. Each rule you create will take up space in a hidden section of your mailbox. This section is limited to 64 KB. The actual amount of space a rule uses depends on several factors, such as how long the name is and how many conditions you've applied. When you reach the 64 KB limit, you'll be warned that you can't create any more rules. If that happens, you'll have to delete or simplify some of your existing rules before you can create more. Some ways you can reduce the space used by rules are: Delete rules you no longer need. Shorten the names of your rules. Combine one or more rules that do the same thing. Remove criteria from rules. When you create a forwarding rule, you can add more than one address to forward to. The number of addresses you can forward to may be limited, depending on the settings for your account. If you add more addresses than are allowed, your forwarding rule won t work. If you create a forwarding rule with more than one address, test it to be sure it works. Options > Automatic Replies Topic Last Modified: If you'll be away, out of the office, or on vacation, you can use Automatic Replies to automatically respond to incoming mail from internal and external senders. 6 P age
7 Note: This topic applies to the Outlook Web App Light. To read about this feature for the standard version of Outlook Web App, see Automatic Replies Tab. Before you can change any of the settings on this page, you need to select the Send automatic replies option button. After you change the settings on this page, click Save to apply your changes. Don't send automatic replies Select this option to turn off automatic replies. By default, automatic replies are turned off. Send automatic replies Select this option to turn on automatic replies. When you turn on automatic replies, a reply is sent to messages that you receive. After you turn on this setting, you need to enter your auto-reply message in the box labeled Send a reply once to each sender inside my organization with the following message. Send replies only during this time period Select this option if you want to define a time period that includes the dates and the times you want automatic replies to be sent. Use the lists next to Start time and End time to configure the dates and times for the period you want automatic replies to be sent to senders. Replace my current automatic reply message with the following Select this check box to replace your existing internal automatic reply with the new text you enter in the text box below it. Send automatic reply messages to External Senders Select this check box to send automatic replies to external senders in addition to internal senders. The reply you enter for external senders is sent only to senders outside your organization. Send replies only to senders in my Contacts list Select this option if you want automatic reply messages to be sent only to those external senders who are in your Contacts list. Send replies to anyone outside my organization Select this option if you want automatic replies to be sent to anyone outside your organization. This includes people in your Contacts list. If you don't enter text in the boxes and Automatic Replies is turned on, senders won't receive an automatic reply message. Replace my current external automatic reply message with the following Select this check box to replace your existing external automatic reply with the new text you enter in the text box below it. Calendars Create an Appointment 7 P age
8 Topic Last Modified: Unlike meetings, which include other people, appointments are commitments that only you are required to attend. Examples of appointments include a visit to a physician, picking up a child at school, or time you set aside to work on a project. When you create an appointment on your calendar, you can set how that time will appear (such as Busy or Away) when others view your schedule. How do I create an appointment? 1. In Calendar, on the toolbar, click New. 2. In the Subject box, type a brief description of the appointment. 3. In the Location box, type the location where the appointment occurs. 4. In the Start time and End time lists, select the appropriate dates and times. 5. In the Show time as list, select how you want your schedule to appear for the duration of the appointment. Your selection (Busy, Free, Tentative, or Out of Office) is what others will see when they view your schedule. 6. If the default time interval for reminders isn't satisfactory, set it to the interval that you want. 7. If you want to prevent other people from viewing the details of the appointment, click Private. 8. In the message body, type any additional information, for example, a list of materials to bring with you to the appointment. 9. Click Save and Close or press CTRL+S before closing the appointment form browser window. Request a Meeting Topic Last Modified: You can use a meeting request to invite other people to a meeting or other event. How do I create a meeting request? 1. In Calendar, on the toolbar, click the arrow next to New, and then click Meeting Request. 2. In the To and Optional text boxes, enter the names of the people who you want to receive this meeting request. You can specify a conference room or special equipment, such as an overhead projector, in the Resources box. For more information about how to manage attendees, see Add or Remove Attendees. 3. In the Start time and End time lists, select the appropriate dates and times. If you want the meeting to occur regularly, click Repeat. For more information about repeating items, see Set a Repeating Item. 4. In the Show time as list, select how you want your schedule to appear for the duration of the meeting. Your selection (Busy, Free, Tentative, or Away) is what other people see when they view your schedule and the schedules of all attendees. 5. Select the Reminder check box to be reminded about this meeting. This also reminds all recipients of the meeting request if they have reminders enabled on their calendars. 6. Type a message to accompany your meeting request in the message text area, and then click Send or press ALT+S. A meeting request is sent to each attendee, and 8 P age
9 the new meeting is added to your schedule. Each person who receives your meeting request can accept, decline, or accept it tentatively. Set a Repeating Item Topic Last Modified: Many meetings, appointments, events, and tasks occur regularly over time. Instead of creating new items for each occurrence, you can set the item as repeating. How do I set a repeating item? 1. Create a new appointment, meeting request, or task, or open one that's already created. 2. On the toolbar, click the repeat icon. 3. In the Repetition dialog box, under Appointment Time, use the Start and End lists to select the start and end times of the repeating item. 4. Under Repeat Pattern, select how often the appointment or meeting will occur. 5. Under Range of Repetition, select when you want this repeat pattern to start and end. 6. Click OK. 7. Click Save and Close or press CTRL+S to save appointments and tasks before closing the browser window. Click meeting requests. What else do I need to know? Send Update or press ALT+S to send updated You can schedule repeating appointments, meetings, and tasks. You can set an existing appointment or task to repeat. But you can modify meeting requests to repeat only if you created them. The options for repeating calendar items include date and time, but the options for repeating tasks do not. The Scheduling Assistant Topic Last Modified: You can complete most tasks required to set up a meeting by using the Scheduling Assistant. Note: This information applies to the standard version of Outlook Web App. The feature that's described isn't available in the Outlook Web App Light. How do I use the Scheduling Assistant? 9 P age
10 1. Create a new appointment or meeting request, and then click the Scheduling Assistant tab. 2. Under Select Attendees, type the names or aliases of the people you want to attend your meeting. The names you enter will be automatically resolved, if possible. If a unique match can't be found for a name, the name is underlined. Right-click the name to view a list of possible matches. Click the name that matches to add it to the list of attendees. You can also click Select Attendees to open the Address Book window. 3. To set an attendee as Required, Optional, or Resource, click the icon next to the name. Every time you click the icon, it changes to the next setting. The meeting organizer can't be changed. 4. The availability chart automatically displays all your attendees' schedules on the day of your meeting with the time of your meeting highlighted. A blue bar in the schedule window next to a name means that person is busy at that time. 5. To change the meeting date, click the Start or End box, and then select a new meeting date. 6. To move the meeting time, click the center of the highlighted bar that represents the meeting time, and then drag the meeting to a different time. 7. After you verify availability, click the Appointment tab to finish filling out your meeting request. Sharing a Calendar How do I share my calendar? 1. In Outlook Web App, click Calendar in the Navigation Pane. 2. Click Share in the Calendar toolbar. 3. Click Share This Calendar. 4. Enter the names of the people you want to share your calendar with on the To line, the way you would address a message. 5. Under Share, click one of the following buttons to set how much information you want to share: Free/busy information Shares only free/busy information. Free/busy information including subject and location Shares free/busy information, as well as the subject and location of calendar items. All information Lets the recipient see your free/busy information, subject, location, and other calendar details. 6. If you want to automatically request permission to view the recipient's Calendar folder, select I want to request permission to view the recipient's Calendar folder. 7. Add any information you want to the body of the request, as you would with any other message. 8. Click Send to send your request. Create and Manage Folders Applies to: Office 365 for professionals a, Office 365 for enterprises, Microsoft Friends and Family, Microsoft Exchange, Topic Last Modified: By default, messages that are sent to you are stored in your Inbox. But you can organize your messages into a hierarchical folder system and continue to adjust it as your needs change. 10 P age
11 How do I create a new mail folder? 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Mail to view the list of all folders in your Inbox. 2. Right-click the folder in which you want to create a new folder. For example, to create a subfolder in your Inbox, right-click Inbox. To create a new folder at the same level as your Inbox, right-click your name at the top of the folder list. 3. Click Create New Folder. 4. Type a name for your new folder. 5. Press ENTER to save your changes. How do I create a new calendar folder? 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Calendar. 2. Click Create New Calendar. 3. Type a name for the new calendar. 4. Press ENTER to save your changes. How do I create a new contacts folder? 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Contacts. 2. Click Create New Folder. 3. Type a name for the new contacts folder. 4. Press ENTER to save your changes. How do I create a new tasks folder? 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Tasks. 2. Click Create New Folder. 3. Type a name for the new tasks folder. 4. Press ENTER to save your changes. Allow someone else to manage your mail and calendar Show All Similar to having an assistant help you manage your incoming paper mail, you can use Microsoft Outlook to allow another person, known as a delegate, to receive and respond to messages and meeting requests and responses on your behalf. You can also grant additional permissions that allow your delegate to read, create, or have more control over items in your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox. NOTE A Microsoft Exchange Server account is required. In this article About Delegate Access 11 P age
12 Turn on Delegate Access Change permissions for your delegate Change delegate access to private items About Delegate Access HA aspx Beyond merely sharing Outlook folders, Delegate Access enables you to grant additional permissions, such as allowing a delegate the ability to create messages or respond to meeting requests on your behalf. NOTES As the manager, your mail must be delivered to your mailbox on the Exchange server, not to an Outlook Data File (.pst) on your computer. You and the delegate must use the same version of Outlook. As the person granting permission, you determine the level of access that the delegate has to your folders. You can grant a delegate permission to read items in your folders or to read, create, change, and delete items. By default, when you add a delegate, the delegate has full access to your Calendar and Tasks folders. The delegate can also respond to meeting requests on your behalf. Turn on Delegate Access A delegate automatically receives Send on Behalf permissions. By default, the delegate can read only the meeting requests and responses sent to the manager. The delegate does not have access to read any other messages in your Inbox. 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Account Settings, and then click Delegate Access. 3. Click Add. I don't see the Add button 4. Type the name of the person whom you want to designate as your delegate, or search for and then click the name in the search results list. NOTE The delegate must be a person in your organization's Exchange Global Address List. 5. Click Add, and then click OK. 6. In the Delegate Permissions dialog box, you can accept the default permission settings or select custom access levels for Exchange folders. If a delegate needs permission to work only with meeting requests and responses, the default permission settings, including Delegate receives copies of meeting-related messages sent to me, are sufficient. You can leave the Inbox permission setting at None. Meeting requests and responses will go directly to the delegate's Inbox. NOTE By default, the delegate is granted Editor (can read, create, and modify items) permission to your Calendar folder. When the delegate responds to a meeting on your behalf, it is automatically added to your Calendar folder. 7. To send a message to notify the delegate of the changed permissions, select the Automatically send a message to delegate summarizing these permissions check box. 8. If you want, select the Delegate can see my private items check box. 12 P age
13 IMPORTANT This is a global setting that affects all of your Exchange folders, including all Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Notes, and Journal folders. You cannot allow access to private items in only one folder. 9. Click OK. NOTE Messages sent with Send on Behalf permissions include both the delegate's and manager's names next to From. When a message is sent with Send As permissions, only the manager's name appears. TOP OF PAGE Change permissions for your delegate 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Account Settings, and then click Delegate Access. 3. Click the name of the delegate for whom you want to change permissions, and then click Permissions. NOTE If you want to remove all Delegate Access permissions, do not click Permissions but instead click Remove and skip the remainder of these steps. 4. Change the permissions for any Outlook folder that the delegate has access to. 5. To send a message to notify the delegate of the changed permissions, select the Automatically send a message to delegate summarizing these permissions check box. NOTE If you want copies of meeting requests and responses that you receive to be sent to a delegate, make sure the delegate is assigned Editor (can read, create, and modify items) permission to your Calendar folder, and then select the Delegate receives copies of meeting-related messages sent to me check box. TOP OF PAGE Change delegate access to private items If you have assigned permissions to a delegate so that he or she can access your Outlook folders, you can hide personal information in appointments, meetings, tasks, and contacts. Open each personal item, and on the Calendar Tools tab, in the Tags group, click Private. If you want to give a delegate access to see your private items, do the following: 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Account Settings, and then click Delegate Access. 3. Click the name of the delegate for whom you want to change access to your private appointments, and then click Permissions. 4. Select the Delegate can see my private items check box. IMPORTANT You should not rely on the Private feature to prevent other people from accessing the details of your appointments, contacts, or tasks. To make sure that other people cannot read the items that you marked as private, do not grant them Reviewer (can read items) permission to your Calendar, Contacts, or Tasks folder. Flags and Reminders 13 P age
14 Topic Last Modified: You can use flags to remind yourself to follow up on specific items in your mailbox. How do I flag an item? To add the default flag in the list view of messages, tasks, or contacts, click Flag. What else do I need to know? Right-click Flag, to select one of five preconfigured reminder flags. The preconfigured flags include the following: Today Tomorrow This Week Next Week No Date Right-clicking Flag also lets you change or remove a flag and set a date reminder for the flag. To add a flag to an open item, click Flag in the toolbar, and then select the flag you want from the menu. In addition to the flag, you can add a reminder by selecting Set Date and Reminder from the menu. You can also click Mark Complete, Clear Flag, and Set Default Flag. Here's what the flag menu looks like: Flagged items are added to your Tasks folder. Create a Contact 14 P age
15 Topic Last Modified: You can create a contact to store the information about people you communicate with, including their address, street address, and telephone numbers. How do I create a contact? You can create a contact by going to your Contacts folder and clicking New. 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Contacts. 2. In Contacts, on the toolbar, click New. 3. In the new contact window, type the information you want to include for the contact. Profile includes the contact's name and job information. Use File As to select how you want the contact to be displayed in the Contacts folder. The Contact section includes the contact information for the contact. This includes telephone numbers and addresses. In some boxes, you can use the drop-down lists to record multiple entries. For example, the list lets you store up to three different addresses for a contact ( , 2, and 3). You can also store multiple telephone numbers in addition to the business, home, and mobile telephone numbers. Use the Addresses section to store the business, home, and other physical addresses for a contact. You can also designate which address to use as the default mailing address by clicking Mailing Address and selecting the address that you want from the list. The Details section is where you can add attachments, for example, a Word document or notes about the contact. 4. Click Save and Close or press CTRL+S before closing the contact form browser window. You can create a contact from the information in the From or To fields in a message. 1. Go to a message in any folder in your mailbox. 2. Right-click on the name or address you want to add to your contacts, and then click Add to Contacts. 3. A new Contact form will open with the display name and address already added. 4. Add any other information you want, and then click Save and Close. Import Contacts Topic Last Modified: You can use Import Contacts to bring contacts from other accounts into the account you access from Outlook Web App. 15 P age
16 How do I import contacts? 1. Export the contacts from your other account to a.csv file. Note where you save the.csv file. See Learn More About Importing Contacts for examples of how to export contacts. 2. Sign in to Outlook Web App. 3. Go to Contacts, and then click Import in the toolbar. Or, go to Options > My Account > Shortcuts to other things you can do, and then click Import your contacts from an existing account. 4. Enter the path to the.csv file with your contacts, or click Browse to locate your file. 5. Click Next. 6. Wait while your contacts are imported. 7. When the import is complete, click Finish. Create a Group Applies to: Office 365 for professionals a, Office 365 for enterprises, Microsoft Friends and Family, Microsoft Exchange, Topic Last Modified: You can create a group to store a list of people or groups you want to send to. You can use a group to send the same message to multiple contacts without having to enter each contact separately in the message. Note: This information applies to the standard version of Outlook Web App. The feature that's described isn't available in the Outlook Web App Light. How do I create a group? 1. In the Navigation Pane, click Contacts. 2. In Contacts, on the toolbar, click the arrow to the right side of the New button. 3. Click Group. 4. In the new group window, enter the information you want to include for the group. Group Name is the display name for the group. Members lets you enter the members you want in your group. See below for details about adding members to a group. Notes is where you can add information about the group. 5. Click Save and Close before you close the group form browser window. How do I add members to a group? 16 P age
17 You can add members to a group by adding them to the Members box and then clicking Add to Group. You can add multiple entries to a group by typing all or part of a name or an address in the Members box. Separate each entry with a semicolon (;). When you've finished adding names, click Add to Group. If no duplicate names are found, the names will be resolved automatically. Partial names or addresses to their corresponding recipients can be automatically resolved only if the partial name or address is unique. For example, if the address list contains the names John and Johnny, and you type John, the name John isn't unique. This is because John and Johnny can be matched to John. The name John appears in gray text with a dashed red underline to indicate that it isn't unique. If you try to send a message to one or more recipients who can't be resolved to an address, a menu will be displayed that lists each unresolved name. For each unresolved name, you can delete the name from the list of recipients or select from a list of possible matches that were found in the Address Book. You can also add members by clicking Members. This opens the Address Book. The Address Book lets you search for entries in your organization's shared address book or in your Contacts folder. After you locate the entry you're looking for in the Address Book, add it to the list of members you want to add by selecting the name and then clicking Members. Click OK to return to your group. Click Add to Group to add the entries to your group. Click Save and Close to save your changes. 17 P age
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