1 How do I & use Calendars with Outlook September 2014 How do I find someone s address? In order to almost anyone in the university you can simply type their name in the TO: box and Outlook will work out their address. If it does this it will underline the name you type a few seconds later. If you are not sure of someone s name or how to spell it then you can search the global address list (GAL). The GAL can be viewed in its entirety or by school/department. The GAL can also hold extra information such as the person s phone and room number. When using Outlook, while you are in any of the folders, the address book symbol ( displayed along the menu bar. ) is always The GAL is displayed in surname, first name order to enable the speediest searches. Just type in the first couple of letters of the surname and the GAL will update the display as you type. If you wish to search by some other attribute than surname then click on the Find button. Here you can search by first or last name, department Thus if you only know that the person you seek is called Harriet and she works in SCM then you can find all the Harriets in SCM. Any errors or omissions of University staff in the GAL should be reported to you advisor as soon as possible. How do I find the size of my mailbox? To find the size of your mailbox: In Outlook make sure Mail is selected from the bottom left of the screen. Find the entry for the top of your own mailbox which will be entitled [<your Address>] and right click on it.
2 Now select Properties and click the Folder Size button. This will show the size of all the folders in your mailbox and a grand total. Why can t I send large attachments to other people?
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5 Out of Office Messages provide you with the ability to inform people who you that you are, say, on holiday and will reply upon your return. You can even set it to forward your to someone else based upon rules you define. The Out of Office Assistant is a feature of Outlook that can help manage your for you while you are away. It can be as simple as sending an AutoReply to another Outlook user who tries to contact you, informing them that you are unavailable, to forwarding messages from specified people to a helpful colleague and perhaps move your copy into a special folder at the same time. To use the Assistant follow these instructions: Make sure that you are in the Inbox, go to the File menu and choose Automatic Replies (Out of Office). In the top part of the dialog box you can type the message that you want to be automatically sent to other Outlook users who you while you are away. If that s all you want to do, then click OK. If you are regularly out of the office, there is a good argument for keeping your Out of Office Message text general, for example: "I am out of the office today and your message has been forwarded to my assistant Hilary Young". You can keep this text, and any associated rules all set up and just turn the feature on and off when required - there is no need to re-type everything every time. Sensitivity and Importance etiquette This document describes how to use the sensitivity (confidentiality) and Importance (urgency) e- mail markers available in Outlook. By adopting a common framework for the use of these features we can all be assured that we all understand what they mean when used The purpose here is to highlight to the recipient of a message that is marked as urgent or confidential, what that means exactly and what the reader should or should not do with that message. Default: When an message is sent, by default, it will have no urgency and no confidentiality flags on it. The recipient can therefore assume that the is not urgent and that its contents can be disclosed to anyone else. Confidential: If you read an that is marked confidential it is expected that it will not be disclosed by any means to anyone who did not receive it without notifying the sender first. Urgent: An marked urgent should be read before others, i.e. we should all read urgent messages before non-urgent ones. The facility should not be abused. Do not mark messages urgent if they are not as that will dilute the whole process. Setting the Flags: The Red exclamation mark button available while composing a message will mark it as urgent or to use the Outlook parlance high importance. This and the confidential flag can also be set by clicking the "Options" button while composing the message to be sent.
6 On the displayed form you can set the Importance to High to denote urgency and the Sensitivity of the message to Confidential to denote confidentiality, as appropriate. I have deleted a message by mistake can I get it back? 1) First course of Action It may be that you simply need to look in your Deleted Items folder if you open Deleted Items, you can either right click on the message and move it to the appropriate folder or alternatively drag and drop it into the appropriate folder. You must remember that all messages sitting in your Deleted Items folder are still taking up space in your Mailbox. You can set your Mailbox so that all of the items in your deleted items folder are deleted when you close Outlook: File > Options > Advanced and tick the box Empty the deleted Items folder upon exiting This ensures your deleted items folder is emptied on a regular basis preventing your Mailbox from becoming cluttered. 2) So, you ve emptied your deleted items folder and need a message you ve deleted? The Exchange server will store messages deleted from the deleted items folder for a further thirty days. Select your Folder Tab and then select Recover Deleted Items. You may now select which items to recover. Anything deleted for over 11 days is unrecoverable. How do I set folder permissions? A role determines the level of access permissions that are granted to a user. Always remember The Default should ALWAYS be set to none (unless amending Calendar permissions), think of Default as ANYONE who has an Outlook account at Teesside University. If you want to give someone access to your Inbox or folders other than your Calendar (click here for Calendars), you will need to provide Reviewer access to the other person at the top level of your Mailbox, in addition to the access rights on the folder. For example:
7 The Pre-Defined Roles Nine roles are pre-defined for Outlook folders, they range from "None", which only makes the folder visible, up to "Owner", which gives the other user the same rights you have as the owner of the folder. The pre-defined "roles" are described below.
8 About Custom Roles You also have the option of selecting specific access permissions in which case the role is defined as "Custom". The permissions that can be selected are described below.
9 What is the Exchange Online Archive Solution? The Microsoft Exchange Online Archive Solution is a specialised mailbox associated with a user s primary mailbox. It appears alongside the primary mailbox folders in both Outlook and Outlook Web Access, providing the user with direct access to their archived s and attachments in the same way as non-archived . For example, users can search both their Personal Archive and Primary Mailbox using Outlook or Outlook Web Access. For more information regarding Outlook Web Access please refer to the Outlook Web Access FAQ So what will I see when Exchange Online Archiving is enabled on account? A new Archive will appear below your existing file structure within Outlook (see below). Once an is archived it will automatically move to the new location. It will also copy any existing folder structure.
10 Can I manually archive mail with Exchange Online Archiving? Simply drag and drop any can to archive manually. Exchange Online Archiving will copy your existing mailbox folder structure, but if you wish to create a new folder simply right click and New Folder. You can also manually delete items from within your new archive. However, be sure to empty your deleted items from within the Archive to ensure they are deleted fully. How can I request Exchange Online Archiving? All we also need to know how often you would like to have your older s archived. The current options are as follows: Weekly Monthly 3 Monthly I need to manage another users mailbox, how? Some members of staff have personal assistants who manage their diaries and sometimes for them. Outlook provides a facility that will allow an assistant to accomplish this feat. The owner of the mailbox to be managed delegates control to the assistant who can then respond to meeting requests, reply to s etc. on his/her behalf. In order for this to work the mailbox owner needs to complete the following steps: 1. Select File > Account Settings > Delegate Access.
11 Add... the name(s) of the assistant(s) (delegates) from the global address list. 2. You can now set for each folder what access the assistant is to have. The default is Editor (Read, Create, Modify) on Calendar and Tasks. Settings can also be made on Inbox, Contacts, Notes and Journal.
12 3. Against the Calendar you can also set meeting requests to be sent to the assistant for him/her to respond to (good idea). 4. When done you can also tick a box to send a summary of these permissions to the assistant via . The assistant can then access the owner s folders by adding them to his/her profile: 1. Click File > Account Settings then select Account Settings and then double click on your account. 2. In the Server Settings window select More Settings... > Advanced > Add and enter the mailbox to be accessed. Click all the OK buttons. 3. You can view the folders within the Folder List within Outlook. 4. To send on behalf of the mailbox owner, you should click Options whilst composing the e- mail and click on the From option within Show Fields: A From: box as well as a To: box will then appear at the top of the . Select or type the mailbox owner s name in the From: box. What is Spam? Spam is which you don't want, which you did not ask for, and which gets increasingly irritating as more and more arrive. Unfortunately, the senders are usually unprincipled. If you write back to say you want no more messages from them they mark you down as a "live" and send you even more spam. So one of our spam rules is Never reply to a spam . How should I deal with spam? This guidance is based on our experience. But spammers keep changing their tactics so it is hard to keep up to date. 1. Do not open messages which you are confident are spam. In particular, using Web style views and following (clicking on) links can confirm that your address is valid and encourage spammers to send you even more junk. 2. Do not read messages which you believe to be spam. 3. Use our system of spam tagging to put all suspected spam messages into a separate folder so you can process them more easily.
13 4. Never reply to spam even to "unsubscribe" (your reply may be used to confirm that your address is valid) 5. Many spam messages contain material you may find offensive 6. You are not being targeted - spam is sent to anyone and everyone (as many people as the spammers can find) Spammers are clever - they try to fool you into reading their messages. For example: "You have subscribed to this..." "You asked for this information..." "In reply to your question... " and so on. Who sent this to me? It is almost impossible to trace back messages from a spammer. They fake headers so that you cannot trust them They send from temporary accounts so that you cannot trace them They take refuge in offshore or lax countries Best just to ignore it all - delete and forget. How did they get my address? There are lots of ways: Any public source of information will do - they look everywhere and anywhere Web pages are the most common source. Some lists, news groups, etc. can make your addresses visible and open to being harvested. Any old addresses are re-used for ever. Addresses are sold as often as possible Can spam be identified? The Dilemma No spam filter is 100% effective. What is spam to me may not necessarily be spam to you. Hence it is likely that only viruses and other dangerous attachments will be removed centrally; suspected spam will be marked but still delivered to your mailbox. Your own filters will allow you to control how spam messages are handled. Inevitably, some messages will still get through the filters leaving you to deal with them. And you will have to check from time to time that the filters are not throwing away mail you would have wanted to see. A lecturer in English reports "The other day, one of my spam filters threw away a colleague's lectures because they have 'sexuality' in the title. A stark dilemma: for now, either we put up with the tide of filth, or we bowdlerise serious academic discourse to get past filters."
14 What are IT&CS doing to control spam? We have introduced a spam filter to our Microsoft Exchange that automatically moves mail to your Junk folder in Office Outlook Part of Outlook 2013 there is a Junk folder where any suspected spam messages are automatically moved to. The spam filter can be adjusted within Outlook to varying levels depending on your individual requirements. How do I deal with spam? We currently have a spam filter in place that is dealing with your Junk . Mail that has been identified as spam (due to its content) is automatically moved into your Junk folder. We recommend that you scan the content of this "Junk folder" before you delete the messages because we have no way to ensure that we can identify spam accurately. When you open Outlook, it appears that your mailbox is just receiving the mail because Outlook is running in cached mode (this is how the filter works) You may then find that mail appears in your Junk folder. The settings for this filter have been pre-set during the Custom Installation (if your installation has been performed by IT&CS) at the highest level. If you wish to change these settings select the 'Junk Options' in the Home tab / Junk Option.
15 Here you have the option to change your settings. You must remember to check this folder periodically before emptying it! To empty the contents of the folder right-click the Junk folder and select 'Empty Folder'. This works the same as emptying your Deleted Items folder.
16 How do I add a user to the Safe Senders list within Outlook? If you find an item in your junk folder in outlook you can simply click the Not Junk button on the top menu bar and a dialog box will pop up stating that the message will be moved back into your inbox, it will also ask you if you want this address to be added to your safe senders list for future s. Or, you can select Never Block Sender. If you want to view your safe senders list in Outlook you need to go to Junk options within the Home tab, then select Junk options, this will then bring up the junk options dialog box, from there you can select the safe senders tab, this will allow you to manage your safe senders list. Please also note that before you can take full advantage of the options available.
17 You can also manually whitelist domains or specific addresses to prevent them going into you junk as well. How do I add a user to the Blocked Senders list within Outlook? If you find a junk item in your inbox you can simply right click the , select Junk from the drop down menu and select 'Block Sender'. A dialog box will pop up stating that the message will be moved into your Junk folder.
18 If you want to view your blocked senders list in Outlook you need to select the 'Junk' option within the 'Home' tab and this will then bring up the junk options dialog box, from there you can select the blocked senders tab, this will allow you to manage your blocked senders list. You can also manually blacklist domains ") or specific addresses to prevent them going into your inbox as well. What is the difference between a Public Folder and a Distribution list? Public Folder Information Public folders are a feature of Microsoft Exchange Server that provide an effective way to collect, organise, and share information with others within the University. Typically, public folders are used by departments or user groups to share information on a common area of interest. When you are connected to your Exchange server, folders labelled "Public Folders" appear in the Microsoft Outlook. You can manage these folders from Outlook with the correct permissions. Permissions can be set for people to simply review the contents of the folder (Reviewer Permissions) or Edit (with Editor permissions) - or a combination of both within a folder. Public folders can contain any type of Outlook folder item such as messages, appointments, contacts. You can also add a shortcut to any public folder to the Favourites folder under Public Folders. Things you can do with public folders include:
19 Share a calendar to keep track of meetings, events, holidays, and project deadlines that affect the group. Share a contact list to make names, job titles, addresses, and phone numbers available to the group. Share a Mail folder and assign an address to it for either internal or external mail. One advantage in using a Public folder for would be for a group of people to have permissions to it (for example a helpdesk). As the mail is dealt with, it could either be flagged or deleted (or moved to another subfolder). This prevents the mail from filling up an individuals mailbox (as with a Distribution List). The possible downside is that permissions need to be managed by ICT Systems (for security reasons) whereas the owner of a DL can add and remove people as required. Distribution list (DL)information Distribution lists (DL) provide a mechanism to send a message to multiple recipients without having to list them all in the To: line of the . DLs need to be created initially by ICT if they are to appear in the GAL and potentially be usable by anyone. However, once created, maintenance of the DL is in the hands of the requester. Classification: There are basically two classifications of DL. The classification determines where they appear in the address book. Most DLs are specific to a School or Department and will appear in the address book for that unit. Some (few) are global (a DL listing all School Directors etc) and appear in an area called global. Name: Each DL obviously needs to have a name. Even though most DLs will appear in the address book under the owning department it is still important that the name chosen is not too generic as the DL is always automatically listed in the GAL as well. Thus a DL called staff looks fine in the address book for its department but is confusing when it appears in the total GAL as it isn t intuitively obvious to whom it refers. Prefixing the DL with a department identifier is often a good idea e.g. ICT Staff. Owner: Every DL created must have an owner. The owner can be any user with an Outlook mailbox. The owner is responsible for adding and removing users to the DL and for determining who can use it. How do I access Public Folders? To access a Public folder that you have permission to, firstly you must ensure that you have your folder view displayed in Outlook.
20 Select Public Folders > All Public Folders from the folder list You should be able to see the folders you have permission to underneath the department heading i.e. ICT Folders. When you are satisfied that the folder you require is there, you can add this to your Favourites under Public Folders to make it easier to access it. This can be done by right clicking the folder and then adding to Favourite Folders. If the Public Folder is a Calendar, then if you add it to your Favourites, then it will appear under Other Calendars when using your calendar View. If you are unable to see a Public Folder you believe you should have access to, please contact your technical support who can check if your access is correct. We will require permission/ clarification from your Line Manager to secure permissions you do not currently hold. What distribution lists am I a member of? Most users of Outlook are members of one or more system-wide Distribution lists (DLs). These lists are used as a quick and easy way for someone to a group of people with a common interest or profile. System-wide refers to the fact that these DLs are stored centrally on the server and appear in the address book. Sometimes, when people move department or change job role they may be left on DLs that are no longer relevant. If this happens the instructions below show how a user can determine what lists they are on and also how to find out whom to contact to get things changed. What DL s am I a member of: 1. From the Outlook Inbox view click the Address Book button. 2. Where it says Show names from the: select Global Address List 3. Either type your surname in the Type Name box or scroll down the list to find your name. 4. Double-click on your name and the details for your mailbox will be displayed. Click on the Member Of tab and you will then see a list of all the DLs of which the mailbox is a member. 5. If you then double-click on any of the DL names you will be able to see details of the DL including who the owner is. The owner is the person to talk to if you wish to be removed from the list.
21 How do I use the meeting planner? The meeting planner provides a convenient way of arranging meetings between people who use Outlook. It allows the person arranging the meeting to view the availability of free slots in any other Outlook user s calendar. A request is then sent to the user to join the meeting, which that user can accept or decline. Accepting automatically, places an entry in the user s calendar. To use the meeting planner first open your own calendar and select the date for the meeting and then highlight the desired time period. Right click in the highlighted area and select "New Appointment". Enter the subject of the meeting and location and optionally more detail about the meeting in the large message window. Then click the "Scheduling Assistant" tab. Your own name will already be there. Now click the "Add Attendees" button and select people from the address book adding them to either the Required or Optional attendees boxes.
22 Having completed the list click OK and you will see a chart showing when people s diaries have free slots in them. The coloured horizontal bars indicate availability as they do in your own calendar (blue with white lines = tentative ). The vertical white bar shows the time you have selected for your meeting. If it crosses a booked event in someone s diary then you can move it manually (drag and drop) or you can use the autopick feature (click the button or arrows) to find a free slot in all the attendees calendars. When finished click the send button to request everyone to attend the meeting. If a particular person s availability is not showing properly then click here for further information. You can re-open the appointment at any time in the future and after clicking the "Scheduling" tab you can then click the "Show attendee status" radio button to see a summary of all those people who will or will not be attending the meeting. Note: If you send a meeting request to anyone who does not use Outlook they will simply receive a text version of the meeting request which they can read and understand. Sending External Meeting Requests To send a meeting request to someone external to the University who is known to use Outlook with an Exchange server. I.e. if you have a colleague at another organization who using Outlook with calendaring then it is possible for you to send them meeting requests that will update their calendar. How do I access someone else s calendar? First ask why do you want to access another person s calendar? If it is simply to organise a meeting then you may be better using the meeting planner. The meeting planner will show you a user s general availability (if busy or not) but not the actual diary entries. You then invite people to a meeting and they will be ed a special meeting request . If they accept then the entry
23 will go in the diary and you will be notified. This method does not require anyone to give you special access to his or her diary. In order to be able to edit or view another user diary as you would your own then that user has to give explicit security permissions to allow such access. If someone has already given you permission to access his or her diary then read on to find out how to access it. To access other People s Calendars: In Outlook simply click File > Open > Open Other User's Folder. Then in the dialogue box enter the name of the user who owns the calendar you wish to view And then select the type of folder you want to open (Calendar), click OK. Can other people access my calendar? If other people need to be able to read the content of entries in your diary or be able to make changes directly in your diary on your behalf then read on. The alternative is to leave your diary security at the default with no direct access to anyone other than yourself and let other staff use the meeting planner to invite you to meetings etc. In this state only you can view the contents of your diary, people using the meeting planner can then only see busy slots in your diary, but not what they are. If you are delegating access to your mailbox to an assistant who may need to manage your mail as well as your diary then mailbox management may be more appropriate. Setting Permissions to allow access to your folders Ensure the folder list is showing Right mouse click on the required folder (in this instance Calendar) and select Properties.
24 Now click the Permissions tab: Click the Add button and select the person or group you are giving access to your folder. Then from the Permission Level: drop down select the access you want to give. Generally this is either Reviewer (read only) or Editor the default is none. Note: the "Default:None" rule (shown above) should not be altered as you could inadvertently give the wrong people access to your folders! Once this step is complete your calendar (or any other folder) will be accessible.
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MS OUTLOOK 2007 E-MAIL CREATE, SEND, READ, AND RESPOND TO E-MAIL MESSAGES An e-mail address consists of a user ID and a host name, separated by the @ symbol (userid@host name). You can SEND AND RECEIVE
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Lesson 7: Maintenance This lesson introduces you to processes that will help you with the overall maintenance of Outlook 2007. The processes outlined in this section are: Mailbox Cleanup: Helps you focus
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What you ll see in Mail 1. Create a new message by clicking New mail. 2. Folder list. The folder list includes the folders in your mailbox. It may include other folders, such as Favorites and archive folders.
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Getting Started with Outlook Web App Sign in to Outlook Web App Sign in to Outlook Web App Go to Microsoft Online Services webpage at https://login.microsoftonline.com/ 1. Login with your UTHSC email address
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