1 Outlook Web Access (OWA) User Guide September 2010
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION OUTLOOK WEB ACCESS SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS GETTING STARTED LOGGING IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT VIA OWA INTRODUCTION TO YOUR INBOX The Navigation Pane The Folder Bar The Inbox Toolbar CUSTOMIZING YOUR ACCOUNT Reading Pane Arrange Message Views Changing the Color Scheme Date and Time Formats Other Options CREATING AND SENDING NEW MESSAGES CREATING A NEW MESSAGE ADDRESSING THE MESSAGE Addressing the Message by Typing in the Name Addressing the Message Using the Address Book Customizing Address Book Searches ADDING THE SUBJECT AND TEXT TO THE MESSAGE FORMATTING THE MESSAGE ATTACHING A FILE TO THE MESSAGE OTHER MESSAGE OPTIONS Saving a Message Printing a Message Inserting a Signature Checking Message Spelling Setting the Importance of a Message Tracking Options SENDING THE MESSAGE RECEIVING AND MANAGING MESSAGES RECEIVING NEW MAIL MESSAGE ICONS OPENING MESSAGES REPLYING TO MESSAGES FORWARDING MESSAGES MARKING MESSAGES AS UNREAD Page 2 September 2010
3 4.7 DELETING MESSAGES MESSAGE FLAGGING PRINTING MESSAGES SEARCHING FOR A MESSAGE WORKING WITH FOLDERS CREATING A NEW FOLDER MOVING MESSAGES BETWEEN FOLDERS DELETING A FOLDER CALENDAR OPEN A SHARED CALENDAR Restore the View to Your Account YOUR CONTACTS ADDING A CONTACT VIEWING YOUR CONTACTS SORTING YOUR CONTACTS ING A CONTACT USING THE OUT OF OFFICE ASSISTANT ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT EMPTYING YOUR DELETED ITEMS FOLDER RECOVERING DELETED ITEMS LOGGING OUT OF YOUR ACCOUNT GETTING HELP GETTING HELP WITHIN OUTLOOK WEB ACCESS ADDITIONAL HELP AND INFORMATION Page 3 September 2010
4 1.0 INTRODUCTION You can access your account from your workstation at your main work site using Outlook Web Access (OWA), or a computer in any location that has Internet access, without additional software or workstation configurations. OWA allows you to access all your contacts, your calendar, and it has a comprehensive Help section. Some other features: customize how you view your messages within OWA, mark items as read or unread, and flag messages search for messages use the auto signature, global directory and personal contacts use calendars and open shared calendars set up rules (filters) within OWA 1.1 OUTLOOK WEB ACCESS SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS The following are steps to protect your information when you are away from your primary work site and using public access computers such as those in Internet cafés or public libraries. Logging on - never select the option that allows you to save your password for later use. Sending Attachments - If you need to send an attachment, make sure that the computer is running virus protection software. If it isn't, don't send the attachment from that computer. Opening Attachments - Save any attachments to a folder or a location you can easily find, such as the desktop. When you're finished with the attachment, close the program you used to view it, then delete the attachment and empty the recycle bin. Always Logging Off when finished - Click the OWA Log Off button in the upper right hand corner to log off. Remove your browsing history and personal data: Microsoft Internet Explorer: from the menu, choose Tools / Options. In the Temporary Internet files section, click Delete Files. Firefox: from the menu, choose Tools / Clear Private Data. Click to check all boxes, then click Clear Private Data Now o Close down the browser and if practical, shut down the computer. Page 4 September 2010
5 2.0 GETTING STARTED 2.1 LOGGING IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT VIA OWA Use Microsoft Internet Explorer browser for full functionality. To start: Launch the Internet Explorer program: In the address bar, type: https://ca.mail.ca.gov/owa, then press <Enter> The Outlook Web Access window appears. If using a public or shared computer, under Security, click the Public or shared computer radio button. This will set OWA to timeout after a short period of inactivity. In the Domain\user name box, enter: domain name\user name Example: cwsdom\smithj If you are using Outlook Web Client Light Click the Box. In the password box, enter your password then click the Log On button Choosing Public or shared computer will invoke a 10 minute timeout period with inactivity. Use the Private Client if you are logging in from your primary workstation. Enter your domain name\user name here. Enter your password here. Use the password that you use to login to your workstation. See the next page for a table showing different features that work in either Outlook Web Client or Outlook Web Client Light version. Page 5 September 2010
6 Table: Comparison of Outlook Web Access Light and Outlook Web Access Premium Feature Light Premium Spelling Checker Not available Available Reading Pane Not available Available Accessibility for Blind and Low Vision Users Available Not available Notifications and Reminders Not available Available Weekly Calendar Views Not available Available Windows SharePoint Services and Windows file share Integration Compose Messages by Using HTML Calendar Options Not available Only plain text is available in Outlook Web Access Light Limited to the following features: Available Available Available Show week numbers Set the first day of the week Select days of the week Set day start and end times Arrange By Limited to a subset of choices, depending on the folder type Available Right-Click Menu Not available Available Drag-and-Drop Not available Available Explicit Logon Not available Available Type-down Search Not available Available Resource Mailbox Management Not available Available Appearance (Color Scheme) Not available Available Voice Mail Options Not available Available 2.2 INTRODUCTION TO YOUR INBOX Once you have successfully logged in to your account, you will see the following screen: Page 6 September 2010
7 List of your messages in the selected folder (example: Inbox) The Inbox Toolbar Folder Bar Select and sort criteria for the selected folder Navigation Pane Reading Pane To Scroll through the contents of a folder, click Previous Page and Next Page You can also click First Page and Last Page Please Note: The Folder Bar and Inbox Toolbar change as you switch between your Inbox, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks The Navigation Pane The Navigation Pane is made up of two sections: First section Second section The first section lists all folders. This includes folders you have created as well as the standard folders (e.g., Calendar and Tasks). The second section contains buttons which allow you to quickly access your Inbox, Calendar, Contacts, etc The Folder Bar The folder bar changes depending on which folder you are in. When you are in the Inbox, the folder bar looks similar to the following: Page 7 September 2010
8 Displays which folder you are in Above the Inbox Toolbar To go to a specific page or item type the page/item number here and press enter. Below messages You can use this section to scroll through the pages The Inbox Toolbar The Inbox, Calendar, Contacts and other folders all have specific toolbars which allow you to carry out functions based on that particular folder. The toolbar displayed below will be visible when you are in your Inbox and other folders: New message Show/hide reading Single Line Delete Move/copy Check for new messages Reply Reply to all Forward Search All of the tools listed above will be explained in more detail in this Guide. 2.3 CUSTOMIZING YOUR ACCOUNT Reading Pane The reading pane allows you to view a preview of the highlighted message. By default, the Reading Pane is displayed in the right hand column. However you can change the Page 8 September 2010
9 settings to display the Reading Pane at the bottom of the screen or switch it off altogether. To change the Reading Pane display settings: 1. Click on the Show/Hide reading pane button on the Inbox toolbar: 2. Select the preferred option from the drop down menu: You can also alter the settings so that the messages viewed in the reading pane appear as read or unread depending on your preference: 1. Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. 2. Messaging is automatically selected on the Options Menu on the left side of the window. 3. Scroll down until you reach the Reading Pane Options section: 4. Select your preferred option. 5. Click the Save button above the message options window Arrange Message Views You can arrange the way you view your list of messages. The options available to you are: Page 9 September 2010
10 Date Sorts and groups your messages by date the messages were received. Conversation Topic Sorts and groups your messages by conversation topic. Sent From Sorts and groups your messages by sender. Sent To Sorts and groups your messages by recipient. This option is particularly useful in the Sent Items folder. Message Size Sorts and groups your messages by the size of the message including the attachment. By Subject Sorts and groups your messages by subject. Type Sorts and groups your message by Messages or Meeting Requests. Attachments Sorts and groups your messages by whether they have an attachment or not. Importance Sorts and groups your messages by high or low importance. Flag Due Date Sorts and groups your messages by the Flagged due date. Flag Start Date Sorts and groups your messages by the Flagged start date. To change your message view: Below the Search Box click on the down arrow next to Arrange by: Select your preferred option from the drop down menu: Changing the Color Scheme You can change the color scheme of your mailbox. Page 10 September 2010
11 To change the color scheme: Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. Select General Settings on the Options menu on the left side of the window. Scroll down until you reach the Appearance section: Select your preferred color scheme from the drop down menu. Click the Save button above the message options window Date and Time Formats You can alter the Date and Time formats which appear in your messages and Calendar. To change the format: Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. Select Regional Settings on the Options menu on the left side of the window. You will see the Date and Time Formats Section on the right side of the window. Select your preferred format using the drop down menus. Note: do not change your current time zone. Click the Save button. Page 11 September 2010
12 2.3.5 Other Options You can customize various other aspects of your messaging options such as how many items are displayed per page. To change the Messaging Options: Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. Select Messaging on the Options Menu on the left side of window. Find the Message Options on the right. Select your preferred options. Click the Save button above the Message Options. To find out more about your Signature refer to section and for more about Fonts refer to section CREATING AND SENDING NEW MESSAGES 3.1 CREATING A NEW MESSAGE To create a new message: Click the New button on the Inbox toolbar: OR Click on the arrow to the right of the New button. Select Message from the drop down menu, the following dialogue box will appear: Page 12 September 2010
13 3.2 ADDRESSING THE MESSAGE The following addressing options are available: To: Sends the message to the selected recipient. CC: Sends a Carbon Copy of the message to the selected recipient. BCC: Sends a Blind Carbon Copy of the message to the selected recipient. The recipient s name will not be visible to other recipients of the message Addressing the Message by Typing In the Name Type the name in the To, Cc or Bcc sections of the new message. Be sure that you include the first name and the last name. Click on the Check Names button: or press <ctrl> + K Outlook will check that the name is a valid name from the Directory and your contacts. If the name is valid, it will appear underlined. Page 13 September 2010
14 If the name is invalid, then a dialog box will appear saying that it is not recognized. A red dotted line will then appear under the name. If there is more than one person with that name in the address book, then a dialog box will appear asking you to select the correct recipient from a list. Once you have selected the recipient click OK Addressing the Message Using the Address Book There are two separate address lists contained within your address book: Contacts: A list of your personal Contacts. To find out more about Contacts, refer to section 6.0. Global Address List (GAL): A directory containing all CA.mail addresses hosted by the Office of Technology Services. You can apply filters for specific views. To access your contacts or the Address Book: Open a new message. Click the To, Cc or Bcc buttons. The following dialog box will appear: Click the dropdown arrow and choose Global Address List or Resources, or other addresses. Use the Find names in drop down menu to select either the Global Address List or your list of Contacts. Page 14 September 2010
15 Please Note: You can change which list is displayed first, refer to section for further information. In the Display Name field type the last name followed by the first name of the intended recipient. OR Enter the last name or first name only in the relevant fields. Click the search button. The recipient s details will be displayed in the dialog box: Enter the last name or the first name only. Scroll to find the name you re looking for. Please Note: If the name cannot be found in the Global Address List or your Contacts, it is possible that the spelling is incorrect or the account does not exist. Retry entering the name using the addressing method outlined on section To add the recipient to your message: Click to select the recipient s name. Select To, Cc or Bcc. The recipient s address will be automatically added to the relevant field within the message. Repeat the above steps until all of the recipient s names are added. Click the OK button. Page 15 September 2010
16 3.2.3 Customizing Address Book Searches As a default, the Global Address List is usually displayed first in the Find Names dialog box. If you prefer, you can customize Outlook so that you can search your Contacts: Click the Contacts button: Select All, People, or Distribution Lists. Scroll to find the specific contact and double-click on the contact to add them to the To, Cc, or Bcc field. 3.3 ADDING THE SUBJECT AND TEXT TO THE MESSAGE Type a suitable subject in the Subject field. Please Note: Some people are tempted to leave this field blank however it is good etiquette to add a subject so that the recipient can quickly tell what the message is about. Add any required text into the body of the message. Page 16 September 2010
17 3.4 FORMATTING THE MESSAGE Once the text has been added to the body of the message you may wish to change the font and the formatting of the message. The formatting toolbar allows you to make various changes: Change the font by selecting a font name from the drop down menu B Bolds I Italicizes U - Underlines Create a Numbered list Increase/ decrease indent More Formatting Options Change the font size by selecting a size from the drop down menu Create a Bulleted list Change the font color using a color selection palette. To change the format of text: Highlight the text to be changed. Click on the relevant formatting options on the Formatting Toolbar. You can also set the font you use for new, replied to and forwarded messages so that the same font will always be used. To set the font: Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. Select Messaging on the Options menu on the left side of the window. Find Message Format on the right. Page 17 September 2010
18 Select your preferred font, style, color and size. Click the Save button above the Message Options. 3.5 ATTACHING A FILE TO THE MESSAGE To attach a file to your message: With the message open, select Attachment. OR Click on the Add Attachment button: The following dialog box will appear: Click Browse. Navigate to the location of the file by clicking on the drop down menu to the right of the Look In field, select the required drive and open the required folder by double clicking. Click once to highlight the required file. Click Open. The full pathname of the file will now be visible in the box to the left of the Browse button. Click Attach. Repeat the process until you have attached all of the necessary files. The attached file name will now be visible at the top of the message to the right of the Attachment button. Page 18 September 2010
19 3.6 OTHER MESSAGE OPTIONS Saving a Message When your message is open, click the Save icon: or click File / Save. Your message will be saved in the drafts folder. The message will be saved to your Drafts folder Printing a Message When your message is open, click on the Print icon: The Print dialog box will open: Specify the pages to be printed here Select the printer here Click here to access the printer preferences Specify the number of copies here Once you have made your selections, click Print Inserting a Signature If you have a signature that is added to the bottom of all new messages set up for your workstation, you ll also want to Page 19 September 2010
20 set up this option in OWA. To create a signature: Click the Options button in the upper right corner of the window. Select Messaging on the Options menu on the left side of the window. Find Signature on the right. Enter your signature here Click to add Signature to all outgoing messages Enter your desired signature. After you enter your signature click the Save button. If you would like your signature to appear on all outgoing messages: Select the Automatically include my signature on outgoing messages check box. If you don t want your signature to appear on all outgoing messages: Format your signature using these buttons. Leave the box unchecked. You can then insert the signature as and when it is required by clicking on the Insert Signature icon when in a new message: or press Ctrl + S Checking Message Spelling To check your spelling: When your message is open, click on the Spelling icon: or press F7 Page 20 September 2010
21 If unrecognized words or spelling errors are found, they will be indicated by a curvy red line beneath them. To correct the spelling: Right click on the misspelled word and select the correct spelling from the suggestions. Click Ignore or Ignore All if your word is unrecognized.. To automatically check the spelling of every message before it is sent: Select Options from the Navigation Pane. Select Spelling from the navigation pane and you will see Spelling Options: Page 21 September 2010
22 Click the checkbox next to Always check spelling before sending. Click Save Setting the Importance of a Message You can alert the recipient of the importance of a message. The message will appear on the recipient s computer with an additional icon denoting high or low importance. If the message is of high importance: When your message is open, select the High Importance icon: OR When your message is open, select Options. Select High from the Importance drop down menu. Click Close. If the message is of low importance: When your message is open, select the Low Importance icon: OR When your message is open, select Options. Select Low from the Importance drop down menu. Click Close Tracking Options You can use the Tracking options to request an automated notification message informing you if your message has been delivered or opened. Please Note: When ing external addresses, the recipient s system is not always configured to send you a tracking notification message. Page 22 September 2010
23 To set tracking on your message: When your message is open, select Options: The following dialog box will appear: In the Tracking options section, click in the checkbox next to the desired option, you can request both if desired. Click OK. Page 23 September 2010
24 3.7 SENDING THE MESSAGE To send the message: Click on the Send button: 4.0 RECEIVING AND MANAGING MESSAGES 4.1 RECEIVING NEW MAIL Providing you have Outlook Web Access open in your browser, a notification will appear briefly in the bottom right hand area of the screen when new mail arrives: If you click on the New Mail notification message, OWA will take you to your inbox and refresh so all new messages are listed. Click the Check Messages button on the Inbox Toolbar to refresh your screen. Please Note: If you have unchecked the Display a notification message when new mail arrives option then you will not get this notification. Refer to section for more information. 4.2 MESSAGE ICONS Messages within your inbox are displayed with various icons allowing you to quickly view their status: Unread message Read message Notification of a delivered message. You will only get a notification if you ve requested a delivery receipt. See section for further information. Page 24 September 2010
25 Notification of a read message. You will only get a notification if you ve requested a read receipt, see section for further information. Notification that a message was not read. You will only get a notification if you ve requested a read receipt, see section for further information. High importance message Low importance message Message containing one or more attachment(s) Once you have acted on a message, other icons will be displayed: Message you have replied to Message which has been forwarded Unflagged message Flagged message Previously flagged message now complete For further information about message flagging refer to section OPENING MESSAGES To preview a message: If you have the Reading Pane open, click once anywhere on the message. For further information on the reading pane refer to section To open a message: Double click on the message. A new window will open displaying the full message. Page 25 September 2010
26 4.4 REPLYING TO MESSAGES To reply to a message when the message is already open: Click on the Reply button: A new message box will appear with the recipient s name already visible within the To: field. Type your reply. Click Send. To reply to all recipients of a message click the Reply to all button: To reply to a message without opening the message: Highlight the message you would like to reply to. Click on the Reply button: A new message box will open with the recipient s name already visible within the To: field. Type your reply. Click Send. To reply to all recipients of a message click the Reply to all button: 4.5 FORWARDING MESSAGES To forward a message when the message is already open: Click on the Forward button: Page 26 September 2010
27 Enter the recipient s address. For help, please refer to section 3.2. Type your forwarding message if required. Click Send. To forward a message without opening the message: Highlight the message you would like to forward. Click on the Forward button: Enter the recipient s address, for further information refer to section 3.2. Type your forwarding message if required. Click Send. 4.6 MARKING MESSAGES AS UNREAD To mark a message as unread: Right-click on the message you wish to mark as unread. Select Mark As Unread. The message will be bolded and will take on the appearance of an unread message. 4.7 DELETING MESSAGES To delete a message when the message is open: Click on the Delete icon: The message will be moved to the deleted items folder. To delete a message from a folder including the inbox: Highlight the message that you wish to delete. Click on the Delete icon. The message will be moved to the deleted items folder. For further information on emptying the deleted items folder refer to section 9.1. Page 27 September 2010
28 4.8 MESSAGE FLAGGING In Outlook Web Access, you can flag messages requiring further action. The message flag column appears to the right of the message list: Message Flag column Unflagged message Flagged message Complete message To flag a message: Within the Inbox or other folder click on the flag next to the required message. The flag turns red. Please Note: You can select flag colors other than red. Right click on the flag to display the full list of options. To mark a flag as complete: Click on the flag on the flagged message. The flag icon becomes a tick icon. To clear a flag: Right click on the required flag. Select Clear Flag from the list of options. Please Note: Unlike the Outlook Client, you cannot set a reminder using the flags. They simply provide you with a visual indicator of which messages have been marked as requiring further action. Page 28 September 2010
29 4.9 PRINTING MESSAGES To print a message: Open the message. Click on the Print icon: The Print dialog box will open: Select the printer here Specify the pages to be printed here Click here to access the printer preferences Specify the number of copies here Once you have made your selections, click Print SEARCHING FOR A MESSAGE To search for a message: Open the folder you wish to search. There is a Search box on the toolbar. Enter the text you are searching for and click on the magnifying glass. Page 29 September 2010
30 You can expand the search criteria by clicking on the double arrow to the right of the magnifying glass to reveal three search filters. The results will be displayed in the Search Results box. Double click on the relevant item to open it. Page 30 September 2010
31 5.0 WORKING WITH FOLDERS 5.1 CREATING A NEW FOLDER In the Navigation Pane, right click on the folder that will contain your new subfolder. The following drop down menu will appear: Select New Folder. The following dialog box will appear: Page 31 September 2010
32 Name: Type a name for the folder (in this example the folder has been named e-migration ). Folder Contains: Click the down arrow, and then select what the folder contents will be. Click OK. The new subfolder will appear within the existing folder: 5.2 MOVING MESSAGES BETWEEN FOLDERS To move an open message to a folder: Open the message. Click on the Move/copy button on the menu bar: The following dialog box will appear: Page 32 September 2010
33 Highlight the destination folder. Click Move. The message will be moved to the required folder and the next message in your Inbox will automatically be opened. To move a message from one folder (e.g. the inbox) to another: Highlight the message to be moved. Click and drag the message and drop it in the destination folder in the Navigation Pane. 5.3 DELETING A FOLDER In the Navigation Pane, right-click on the folder to be deleted. Select Delete from the drop down menu. Click OK. The folder will be moved to the Deleted Items folder. For further information on emptying the deleted items folder refer to section CALENDAR 6.1 OPEN A SHARED CALENDAR In order to view another user s calendar, they must give you access rights and grant you the appropriate permissions. This must have been done on the user s workstation. To open a shared calendar: Page 33 September 2010
34 Login to your OWA account. In the browser address box, enter the following address (substituting the other user s address where it says ) exactly as below: Example: after typing in https://ca.mail.ca.gov/owa/, type the address of the person whose calendar you wish to open, and follow it with: /?cmd=contents&module=calendar. Press Enter. The shared calendar will appear without a left navigation pane or folders view Restore the View to Your Account Put your cursor in the URL box. Remove all text behind https://ca.mail.ca.gov/owa. Press Enter. The view will be restored to the view of your OWA account. You can also enter the URL to view another person s calendar in a second browser window if your browser supports multiple browsing tabs. 7.0 YOUR CONTACTS The Contacts folder allows you to store details of your own personal or business Contacts. You can store their company details, personal address, website address and any other information about the contact. 7.1 ADDING A CONTACT To add a contact: In the Navigation Pane, select Contacts. Click on the New contact icon: The Contact dialog box will appear: Page 34 September 2010
35 Complete the fields as required, and complete the fields in the Details tab if necessary. You do not need to populate all the fields. Click Save and Close. You will be returned to your Contacts folder with the new Contact listed. 7.2 VIEWING YOUR CONTACTS To view your Contacts: Click Contacts in the Navigation Pane. Double click on the Contact you wish to view. Their details will be displayed on the screen. 7.3 SORTING YOUR CONTACTS You can sort your Contacts in a number of ways. The options available to you are: Address Cards This is the default view that displays basic information on each Contact. Detailed Address Cards Displays all of the information you have for each Contact. Phone List Displays the name of each Contact along with each phone number you have for them. Page 35 September 2010
36 By Company Displays the name of each Contact along with their company information. By Location Displays each contact by address. By Followup Flag Displays each contact that you need to follow up with. This feature can help you keep track of urgent issues. To change the way you sort your contacts: On the Folder Bar click on the arrow to the right of Contacts: Select your preferred option from the drop down menu: 7.4 ING A CONTACT To a Contact: From within your Contacts folder, double click on the Contact to whom you wish to send an . Click on the Send Mail To Contact icon: The New Message dialog box will open with the Contact s address already entered into the To: field. Please Note: You can also address a message to a Contact from within the new message screen. Refer to section for further details. Page 36 September 2010
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