1 Focus On echalk Introduction can be very useful in a school setting. For instance, instead of writing out a memo and delivering it to everyone s mailbox in the main office, you can simply send an electronic note via from your desk. And you can even get a confirmation back that the message has been read! Using is an efficient method for reaching all students in a class or grade; it promotes one-on-one communication with teachers, teaches them the best practices for communicating electronically and helps to improve their written communication. This guide is designed to walk you through the basics of using echalk . You will learn how to read and write messages and also how to organize your to ensure that it becomes a time-saving and easy mode of communication for you. Before you know it, you will be ing: Parents about student performance Students about work they missed due to an absence Other teachers about great new lesson plan ideas Happy ing! In This Guide Read and write s using echalk Create and organize folders Use the Address Book and Find Members tools Customize your personal account settings Contents: 1 Introduction 2 Using My 3 My Inbox 4 Reading 5 Writing 6 Address Conventions 7 Using Find Members 8 Attachments 9 Using Folders 11 Searching 12 Using Your Address Book 13 Finding Contacts in the Address Book 13 Sending to an Individual 13 Creating a Group List 15 Addressing an to a Group 16 Setting Your Options 20 Troubleshooting/ FAQ Updated: 02/16/07, AS
2 2 Focus On echalk Using My After logging in to echalk, click the My button on the left toolbar. Your Inbox will display. You may already have a message in your Inbox. In the My area (Fig. 4.1), you will see the following options: Inbox Use your Inbox to read, delete, or manage mail you have received. Write Mail Click on Write Mail to write and send , and to view your school s echalk security policy. Sent Mail Look in your Sent Mail to view copies of messages sent from your account. Figure 4.1 Folders Use the Folders tab to view and manage your personal storage folders. Search Use the Search tab to find s from a specific person or by using keywords. Address Book Use your Address Book to store addresses or groups of addresses. Options Click on Options to configure your , including: customizing the way you send and store , managing junk mail, configuring auto-delete settings, adding an electronic signature, forwarding to another address, setting up an auto-reply for incoming messages, creating personal filters and setting up POP3 access to external accounts. Using My My Inbox Like memos you pickup from the main office or letters you receive at home, messages come into a mailbox called an inbox. After logging into echalk, your Inbox will display. Just like the outside of an envelope, you can tell a lot about an message before opening it, including who the message was sent from, when it was sent, if there is an attached file, and what it is about. From your inbox you may use the command buttons to easily delete messages; mark s as junk, read or unread, flag or unflag messages for later reference; or block addresses from sending you .
3 Focus On echalk 3 The Space Used information at the bottom of your Inbox allows you to monitor how much space you have used and to view your total available storage. To quickly view your additional folders, use the View Another Folder list at the top of your Inbox. The other My tools in the left navigation bar help you write, organize, search, and control your . But before you look at these more advanced toolbar options, let s take a closer look at the basics of reading and writing messages. To open and read an message, click the Subject link for that (Fig.4.2). Figure 4.2
4 4 Focus On echalk Using My Reading After clicking the Subject link from the Inbox, the body of the message will display. (Fig. 4.3) Figure 4.3 At the top of every there is a header that summarizes the information you learned in the Inbox, including a To field which tells you who else received the message. Scroll through and read the message. When you are done reading, you can click the Close button at the top or bottom of the screen to return to the Inbox or use one of the response options that display across the top of the View Message page: The Reply button allows you to reply directly to the person who sent you the . The Reply All button allows you to reply to both the person who sent you the and any other recipients of the . The Forward button allows you to send a copy of the to a new recipient. The Report Misuse button allows users to report an inappropriate to the echalk Site Manager.
5 Focus On echalk 5 Note: When you reply to an , any attachments that were included with the original will not be attached on the reply. When you forward an , the original attachments are included. Various links and command buttons on the View Message page enable you to add the sender to your address book, delete the message, move the message to another folder, move the message to your junk mail folder, mark the message as unread, flag the message if you need to refer to the again, or open the in a new window formatted for printing. Using My Writing The Write Mail page (Fig. 4.4) will display when you click any of the response options (Reply, Reply All, Forward) from the body of an message, or when you click the Write Mail button under My in the left toolbar. The first step to writing your message is to address it. If you are using one of the response options, the address field will already be filled in for you. Alternatively, you may use your Address Book or the Find Members utility to easily send s to individuals in your echalk community rather than typing their address manually. Power Tip: If your school/district colleagues have activated their echalk account, you can simply type in their first and last names (John Hall, Mary Hanson) to send them an . echalk will complete their addresses for you! Power Tip: Use the Rich Text Editor option from the drop down menu to enhance the look and feel of your message text. Notice that there are three different boxes in which to write addresses: To: is used to address the primary recipient(s). Cc: (Carbon copy) is used when the is not directly addressed to the person, but would still be of interest to him or her. For instance, if you are ing the history department about a meeting, you might want to Cc the principal. The principal might not be directly involved in the meeting, but he or she may want to know about it. Bcc: (Blind carbon copy) is used to include someone in an without letting others know they are receiving it. The person (or persons) to whom Figure 4.4 Figure 4.4
6 6 Focus On echalk you ve addressed the will not be able to see that you ve sent a copy of the to a Bcc recipient, thus the blind reference. It could be useful to include the department chair as a Bcc when ing a parent about his or her child. After filling in the address fields, and indicating a subject for your message, click inside the Message box and begin to write your . Note: If you are replying to a message, the subject of the old message will be automatically filled in, prefaced by a Re: (meaning regarding ). The body of the original message will also be included in the message box. Click in the space above the original message, and begin typing your note. When you are done writing your message, click the Send button. Note: By default a copy of the message will be saved in your Sent Mail folder. See Options for additional details. Using My Address Conventions addresses can look like any of the following: But all addresses have a standard format. For example: (pronounced Katherine dot Thomas at school dot echalk dot com ) Mailbox Name: Usually some form of the person s name, but sometimes a nickname. Domain Name: The organization that is hosting the account. The domain name usually refers to either the person s employer, or any of a number of large providers such as Hotmail or AOL.
7 Focus On echalk 7 Using My Using Find Members echalk provides an easy to use tool that helps you quickly find contact information for members of your school and district community. When writing s, click on the Find Members link on the Write Mail page to search for other echalk users. The Find Members tool allows you to search for users within your school or across schools in your district, for specific types of users, or for users with specific names, job positions, or grade levels. To send using the Find Members tool: 1 Click the Find Members link on the Write Mail screen. The Find Members search screen will display. 2 Select the site(s) you wish to search in the Search Within section. Note: This option appears only if your site is part of an echalk district. 3 Select the type of user in the Search For column. 4 If you know specific information about the member, enter or select additional criteria in the Search Information column. 5 Click the Find Now button. 6 On the Search Results page, select the members you want to . Check the boxes in front of the names in the appropriate columns: To, Cc, or Bcc. Click the OK button. Note: Some members displaying in the Search Results page will not have check boxes in front of their names for the To, Cc, Bcc sending options. Only users who have active echalk accounts will be able to receive mail, so only these active users will display sending options. 7 Finish composing your message on the Write Mail page. Power Tip: If you re unable to find the individual you re looking for, try entering a partial name or click the Use Advanced Search link to choose additional search criteria. Also note that you do not have to select or enter content in every field listed.
8 8 Focus On echalk Using My Attachments An attachment is a file or document that is included in an (Fig. 4.5). For instance, if Barry Smith is ing you about the updated soccer schedule, he might include the schedule (a Microsoft Word Document) as an attachment so that you can preview and approve it. Figure 4.5 The floppy disk icon indicates that there is an attachment included in the message. Figure 4.6 An attachment will appear as a link in the View Message screen (Fig. 4.6). The settings on your computer will determine what happens when you click on the attachment link. The file may automatically open up within your browser or a pop-up File Download window may ask you if you would like to open up the file in a new window, open the file in its registered application, save it to the My Files section in your echalk account, or save it to a disk or your local computer. If you save the file to your computer, it is important that you remember where in your file directory you have saved it (e.g. your My Documents folder), so that it will be easy for you to retrieve when you are ready. If you want to send a file as an attachment, you can do so by using the Attach Files button in the Write Mail screen, or by clicking the Attach Files link next to the Attachments field under the Subject in the Write Mail screen.
9 Focus On echalk 9 To attach a file to an 1 Click the Attach Files button in the Write Mail screen. 2 Click the Browse button and locate the file on your computer. 3 Select the file and click the Open button. 4 Click the Attach button. Your file name will display in the Attachments box. 5 Repeat steps 2-4 until all files you would like to attach are uploaded. 6 Click OK to return to the Write Mail screen. Your attachments will appear in the message header under the Subject field. Using My Using Folders echalk enables you to store and manage by using custom folders. Moving out of the Inbox and into folders helps organize and save messages. If you only receive one or two s a week, it may not be difficult to manage . But, if you find that you receive many s that you would like to keep for future reference, setting up folders will save you valuable time searching through pages and pages of messages. Your echalk account includes five standard folders: Inbox, Drafts, Sent Mail, Deleted Mail, and Junk Mail (Fig. 4.7). Figure 4.7 To view your folders: Click on the Folders tab in your My area. Use the View Another Folder control at the top of your Inbox page. The Folders page allows you to create and delete folders and to quickly delete all messages from one or more folders. Power Tip: To quickly navigate between your folders, use the View Another Folder control at the top of your Inbox.
10 10 Focus On echalk You may also use the View Available Space Report link on the Folders page to see the total number of s and the total space used in each folder. To create a custom folder: 1 Click on the Folders button in your My area. 2 Click the Create Folder button. 3 Enter the name for your new folder. 4 Click OK. To delete a custom folder: 1 Click on the Folders button in your My area. 2 Click the checkbox to the left of the folder(s) you want to delete. 3 Click the Delete Folder button. 4 Click OK to delete the folder and all messages in that folder. Note: You cannot restore a folder or any messages it contained once it is deleted. Note: It is not possible to delete a standard folder (e.g. Inbox, Sent Mail, Drafts, Deleted Mail). To delete all messages within one or more folders: 1 Click on the Folders button in your My area. 2 Click the checkbox to the left of the folder(s) you want to delete. 3 Click the Empty Folder button. 4 Click OK. To move messages to another folder: 1 Click on the Folders button in your My area. 2 Click on the name of the folder containing the messages you want to move. 3 Check the box next to the (s) that you want to move. Notice that you can check more than one at a time or select all s by checking the Select All checkbox at the bottom of the page. 4 Click the Move to Folder button. 5 Select the folder you want to move the messages into using the drop down menu. 6 Click OK. Tips for Using Folders Create separate folders to store for different classes. For example, Math-Period 4 or Concert Choir. Create different folders to store s from other staff members or school administrators. For example, Teachers or School Business. Use different folders for various projects, topics, or other activities. For example, Egypt Project, Spring Musical, Chess Club, 5th Grade Curriculum Team.
11 Focus On echalk 11 Avoid hitting your limit by periodically emptying folders. On the Folders page, check the boxes next to one or more folders and click the Empty Folder button to quickly delete all messages in selected folders. Using My Searching You may find that you need to refer back to information in an you sent or received, but you just can't remember which you need. The Search feature in your My area enables you to search all of the s in your folders using a keyword search. You may search for either a keyword or phrase. To search for an 1 Click the My button on the side toolbar. 2 Click the Search button on the side toolbar. 3 If you remember who sent the to you, type the name in the From box (partial names are acceptable). 4 If you are looking for an you sent to someone, type their name in the Sent To box (partial names are acceptable). 5 If you remember text that appeared in the , select Text from the drop-down menu and enter your search terms. 6 If you want to narrow your search, choose one of these options: Select a folder from the In Folder drop down menu (the default is All Folders). Select a smaller area of text to search. For example, choose to search just the Subject, Body, or Cc fields. Select a date range (the default date range is 9/99 to current month/current year) using the From: drop down menus at the bottom of the page. 7 Click Search to begin the search. A list of all s containing your keywords will appear. Note: You can perform a search using any of the above fields. You don t need to enter information in all of the fields to complete the search. However, you are more likely to get accurate results when you use multiple fields.
12 12 Focus On echalk Using Your Address Book Your Address Book is a great time saver. You can store addresses or groups of addresses (Fig.4.8) so preparing an message takes only a few mouse clicks. You won't have to memorize or retype someone's address once you've saved it in your Address Book. Figure 4.8 To add a contact to your address book: 1 Click the My button on the side toolbar. 2 Click the Address Book button on the side toolbar. 3 Click the Add Contact button. The add contact page appears. 4 Click in each field to fill in the form. Certain fields (such as phone numbers) have drop down menus associated with them. 5 As a shortcut, you need only fill in the address and first or last name, but you may find it useful to have all the contact s information stored in one place. 6 Scroll down and click the Save button when you re done. The Address Book appears. 7 The new member s name and address appear on the Address Book page. Once you ve added a contact to your address book, you may: Click a name to edit the contact information, or Click an address to send an to the contact. Power Tip: An easy way to add a new contact to your address book is from an incoming . Simply click on the Add to Address Book link next to the address in the From: field at the top of the View Message screen. If the Add to Address Book link is not there, the address is already in your Address Book. Note: You can remove members from your address book by checking the box in front of the member s name and clicking Delete.
13 Focus On echalk 13 Using Your Address Book Finding Contacts in the Address book The list of contacts is alphabetized in your address book. To find contacts or to move around the address book, use the Alphabet Bar at the top of the page. Click the letter of your contact's last name to open your address book to the correct page. To find a group list, click the Group Lists link located next to the Alphabet Bar. Occasionally, you may have a contact name starting with a number instead of a letter. For example, you might create a group and name it "5th Grade History Class". Any contact name that starts with a number is listed before the alphabetized contacts. Click the 123 link on the alphabet bar to view these contacts. You may use the Next link located in the upper right corner of your address book to flip through pages of contacts. Using Your Address Book Sending to an Individual Once you've added an address to the Address Book, you'll find it very easy to send an . To send an using the Address Book: 1 Click the My button on the side toolbar. 2 Click the Address Book button on the side toolbar. The Address Book opens. 3 Click the letter of the person s last name on the Alphabet Bar. 4 Once you ve found the correct name, click the address link. A blank opens with the person s name filled in automatically in the To: box. 5 Write your message. Click the Send button when done. Using Your Address Book Creating a Group List By grouping your addresses, you can add many addresses to an message at once. For example, if you re a teacher, you might want to create a group list for teachers that teach in your department or grade. Then you can send all of them an simply by selecting the group.
14 14 Focus On echalk To add a group to your address book: 1 Click the My button on the side toolbar. 2 Click the Address Book button on the side toolbar. 3 Click the Add Group List button. 4 The Create an Group List page displays. 5 Type a name for the group in the Name box and enter a description for the list (optional). 6 Click Next. 7 Select contacts to add to your group list by using any of the following options: A. Click the Add Contacts Manually button if you want to type or copy and paste a list of contacts into your Group List or if you re adding someone from outside of your school or district. To add contacts manually, you can either enter the contact s name (First Last if they are a member of an echalk site), or the contact s address in the Add Contacts box. Note: If you would like to use echalk s autocomplete feature, you may enter partial first or last names in the Add Contacts box. In order to do this if you are part of an echalk district, click the Select Sites link and choose the echalk schools in your district to which the contacts belong. Click OK. Power Tip: Add non-echalk users to a group list by using the Add Contacts Manually feature and entering their address. B. Click the Select Contacts button if you want to add contacts by conducting a search of your school/district directory. If you are part of an echalk district and your contacts are at other sites within your district, click the Select Sites link located at the top of your screen to select the sites to which your contacts belong. Click the radio button next to the type of user you would like to add to your group list. You can further refine your search by defining fields in the Optionally select other criteria column of the search screen. Click Next. A prompt will display asking: Would you like to add this set of users as a rule to your group? Note: A rule will set your contact list to all users who fit your selected criteria. For example, if you set your search to User Type: Staff, Position: Guidance Counselor, all users on your echalk system with a profile setting of User Type: Staff, and Position: Guidance Counselor will be added to your group automatically. If an additional Guidance Counselor is added to your school s echalk system in the future, (s)he will also be automatically added to your group.
15 Focus On echalk 15 Click Yes to create this group list by rule. If you decide not to set up a rule for group membership, click No and you will be taken to a screen of search results and you have the option to manually choose the contacts for your group list. If you choose this option, then you will have to manually adjust your group contacts to add additional users in the future. C. Click the Add from Address Book button if you want to add contacts from your Address Book. Select the contacts you would like to add to your group list. Click OK. 8 Click the Finish button to save your group list. Note: If you want to check whether a contact was added to the group list, select the group list in your address book and click on the View Contacts link. Using Your Address Book Addressing an to a Group Once you've created a group of contacts in your Address Book, you'll find it very easy to send a group . To send an using a group list: 1 Click the My button on the side toolbar. 2 Click the Address Book button on the side toolbar. The Address Book opens. 3 Click the Group Lists link to the right of the Alphabet Bar on the Address Book page. The Group Lists page opens. 4 Click the first letter of the name of the group from the Alphabet Bar. For example, if you ve named your group History Class, click H. 5 Click the link for the group. The Write Mail screen will display. 6 Type your message and click the Send button when done. Note: The group address will look like the following: *Group Name* or ~Group Name~. Groups identified with asterisks are private in your Address Book. Groups identified with tildes have been created by a Site Administrator and shared to your private Address Book.
16 16 Focus On echalk Setting Your Options echalk provides a variety of tools to allow you to customize the way you send and store , manage junk mail, auto-delete mail, and manage personal filters. To edit your personal options: 1 Click the My button. 2 Click the Options button under My . IMPORTANT: After making any changes to your personal options, remember to scroll to the top or bottom of the page and click Save! The Options page is divided into six sections: General Options Security Settings Storage Space Message Signature Auto Forward / Reply Advanced Options General Options The general options section (Fig. 4.9) allows you to determine the number of rows displayed in your folders including your Inbox and Address Book (i.e. 10 rows, 20 rows, 30 rows, etc.). You can also set the auto refresh rate, sound an alert when you receive a new , or enable automatic spell checking when you write and send an . Figure 4.9
17 Focus On echalk 17 Security Settings Note: Security Settings will only display if advanced filtering has been configured for your site. Contact echalk or your Site Manager for more information. Each user will have the ability to configure additional personal spam filter settings. Users can use the Filter Level drop down to increase the sensitivity of the filtering software, thereby removing more Spam from their Inbox. Users may also select the Block images option from the Hide images drop down in order to protect against potential viruses or offensive content in incoming . If this setting does not display in a user s Options, the site has been configured to block all images in . Storage Space By using the storage space options (Fig. 4.10) you can decide whether to save or not save deleted messages to the Deleted Mail folder, save or not save outgoing messages to the Sent Mail folder, and define various auto-delete settings for the Deleted Mail, Sent Mail, and Junk Mail folders. Figure 4.10 Message Signature It is often customary to include a signature at the end of your . Use the Message Signature text box (Fig. 4.11) to create a custom signature to include at the bottom of each message you send from echalk. Click the Always include signature checkbox to automatically include this signature in your s. Power Tip: Select the Rich Text Editor in the drop down list at the top of the message signature text box to format your custom signature using fonts, styles, and colors.
18 18 Focus On echalk Figure 4.11 Auto Forward/Reply If you currently use another address as your primary method of communication, you can forward all of your echalk to that address. To forward your , simply enter a single address in the Forward all mail to the following address text box (Fig. 4.12). By default, echalk will keep a copy of the in your echalk Inbox. To forward your without keeping a copy in your echalk Inbox, simply click on the Don t leave a copy of the message in my echalk mailbox check box. echalk also allows you to send an automatic reply message to anyone who sends you an . This can be helpful during school holidays, vacations, or for times when you may not be able to check your . You can enter a custom message in the Auto-reply message text box and click on the Reply to all incoming with the following message check box (Fig. 4.12). By default the option to send an auto-reply to each sender only once per day will be selected when you enable your auto-reply. You may deselect this if you would like senders to receive your auto-reply message with each sent. Note: Don t forget to turn off your auto-reply message when you return to school. Figure 4.12
19 Focus On echalk 19 Advanced Options An easy way to help manage and organize your messages is to define various rules and filters for incoming . You can add custom filters to file your in folders according to criteria such as keywords, subject, etc. Click on the Filters link to create your own custom rules and filters (Fig. 4.13). Your echalk inbox can also pull from any other POP3 compliant account. Check with your other provider to determine whether your other account is POP3 compliant; if so, you will need the appropriate SMTP server address (e.g. mail.schoolname.com) along with your user name and password for that account. Click on the External link to configure the option to check other accounts in your echalk (Fig. 4.13). Figure 4.13
20 20 Focus On echalk Using My Troubleshooting/FAQ Q: Can I download messages from echalk to my local computer? A: Yes. Users may configure any POP3 client, such as Microsoft Outlook, to download and save copies of their echalk mail to their hard drive. You may contact your Site Manager or echalk Support for instructions on configuring Outlook with echalk. Q: I accidentally deleted an important , is there any way to retrieve it? A: The first step is to check your Deleted Mail folder for the message. If the message is not in the Deleted Mail folder, then contact echalk Support. echalk may restore specific s received by users within the last 30 days. However, echalk will not be able to restore s that were deleted the same day they were received. Q: Why am I receiving unsolicited s? How can I block these s? A: While the echalk system employs several methods to protect you from receiving the bulk of Spam s, you may still occasionally receive spam. You may create personal filters to block specific addresses or s containing certain keywords by clicking on My in the left side toolbar and then clicking on Options > Filtering. Q: Can I share a personal group list with another user? A: Users do not have the option to share personal group lists with other users. If you wish to share an list with members of a group, we recommend creating a Shared Group List. Only users with Site Administrator privileges have the ability to create shared group lists. Once created, a Shared Group List will automatically display in the echalk address books of all group members. Please ontact your Site Manager for more information. Q: How can I increase my storage space? A: All users have a 25 megabyte default storage limit which may be increased by the Site Manager for an additional fee. storage limits may be increased for all users of a particular user type (i.e. teachers, students, administrators, etc.) as well as for individual users. Q: A student/teacher received an offensive . Can echalk trace where this message was sent from? A: Due to the sensitivity of incidents involving offensive or threatening s sent to members of a school community, echalk will only conduct an investigation pursuant to the written request of a proper authority within the school or district.
Welcome to echalk A Guide For Students Introduction echalk is an online learning environment that connects students, teachers, parents and administrators within your school and district. echalk provides
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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