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3 University Information Technology Services Using Microsoft Outlook 2013 with Zimbra Table of Contents Introduction... 4 Learning Objectives... 4 Connecting Outlook 2013 to your Zimbra Account... 4 Creating an Message... 5 Addressing the Message... 5 Setting the Global Address List as Default... 8 Formatting your Message... 9 Changing the Background of your Message To apply a solid color background To apply any other type of background To insert a picture as a background Proofing your Message Adding New Words to the Dictionary Attachments To attach a file: To attach another message or appointment: Setting Message Importance Level Delay Message Delivery Saving a Message as a File Accessing the Calendar Creating an Appointment Creating a Recurring Appointment Scheduling a Meeting New Notifications Automatically Archiving s Manually Archive s Additional Help... 33
4 Introduction Using Microsoft Outlook 2013 as a desktop client for Zimbra gives the end-user added functionality not available in Zimbra, due to the fact that the latter is a web-based application. This document covers the basic use of the Mail and Calendar features of Outlook Learning Objectives After completing the instructions in this booklet, you will be able to: Create, format, and proof an message before sending it to recipients Add attachments to your message Save messages as a file Access the calendar Customize notifications Create appointments and invite others Automatically/manually archive folders Connecting Outlook 2013 to your Zimbra Account This documentation assumes that you have already connected Outlook 2013 with your Zimbra account. If this is your first time running Outlook 2013, or have not yet connected Outlook 2013 with your Zimbra account, please refer to the Connecting Outlook 2013 to your Zimbra Account guide found on the UITS Document Center at: Revised 5/10/2016 Page 4 of 33
5 Creating an Message Creating an message consists of three parts: addressing the message to a party(s), editing the message, and sending the message. Addressing the Message By using the address book, you can select recipients from your existing contacts, or from other faculty/staff at KSU using the global address list: 1. From the Home tab, under the new grouping, click on the New button. Figure 1 - New 2. The Message window opens and displays the . Click on one of the following buttons: a) To: The primary recipients of the message. Usually, they are directly involved with the contents of the . All recipients will see addresses in this field (See Figure 2). b) Cc: Secondary recipients of the message. They are not directly involved, but are copied on the message for additional information. All recipients will see addresses in this field (See Figure 2). c) Bcc: addresses listed in this field will not be displayed to recipients. Useful when you want to include a party(s) on an , but don t want recipients to see their address (See Figure 2). Figure 2 - To, Cc, and Bcc Fields Page 5 of 33
6 Note: If the Bcc field is not displayed, click on Bcc under the Options tab. Figure 3 - Display Bcc Field 3. The Select Names window will appear. In the search field, type in the name of a recipient. Figure 4 - Search for Recipient Note: If the recipient is a KSU employee, make sure the Global Address List Zimbra Collaboration is selected under Address Book (see Setting the Global Address List as Default). Figure 5 - Global Address List Selected Page 6 of 33
7 4. Click the Go button to run your search. Figure 6 - Conduct Search 5. A list of names will appear. Select the recipient(s) and click the To, Cc, or Bcc button to add your recipient(s) to your message. Figure 7 - Add Recipient to Note: Double-clicking on the recipient(s) name will automatically add it in the To field. 6. Repeat the search if you need more names. 7. Click on OK when you are done adding names. Page 7 of 33
8 8. Your recipients will be added to your message. Figure 8 - Recipients Added to Setting the Global Address List as Default Addressing messages in Outlook works a little differently than it does in Zimbra. In order to have access to the Global Address List, you will need to click the To or Cc button, rather than simply entering the name into the To or Cc field (typing a name into the To or Cc field only reveals names in the address book). By default, the Global Address List Zimbra Collaboration is selected to be the first address list shown when accessing your contacts: 1. From the Home tab, under the Find grouping, click on Address Book. Figure 9 - Address Book 2. The Address Book window appears. On the menu bar under Tools, click Options. Figure 10 - Access Address Book Options Page 8 of 33
9 3. The Addressing window opens. Ensure that the Start with Global Address List is selected, and Global Address List is selected under When opening the address book, show this address list first. 4. Click the OK button. 5. Close the Address Book window. Figure 11 - Enable Global Address List as Default Formatting your Message Outlook 2013 provides some basic text formatting options that you can use in the body of your while composing your message: You can access Basic Text formatting options from the Message tab on the ribbon. Figure 12 - Basic Text Formatting Page 9 of 33
10 You can access additional formatting options from the Format Text tab, including font, paragraph and styles properties. Figure 13 - Additional Formatting Options From the Format Text tab, you can also format your message in html, plain text, or rich text: HTML Plain Text Rich Text Default message format. Best for making messages that look like traditional documents with various fonts, colors, bulleted/numbered lists and showing pictures (See Figure 14). This format works for all programs, but it doesn t support bold or italic text, colored fonts, other text formatting, and showing pictures inside the message (pictures can still be included as an attachment) (See Figure 14). Only supported by Microsoft Exchange Client 4.0, 5.0, and all versions of Microsoft Outlook. This can format text with bullets, alignment, and other options, and you can include linked objects. Attachments appear as icons in the message body (See Figure 14). Figure 14 - Message Format Note: How the message appears to the person receiving it depends on their program. This cannot be controlled by the sender. Changing the Background of your Message You can apply different types of backgrounds to your message such as a solid color, gradient fill, textured, patterned, or you can use a picture as a background. To apply a solid color background 1. From the Options tab, click on Page Color. Figure 15 - Page Color Page 10 of 33
11 2. A dropdown will appear with several Theme Colors and Standard Colors to choose from. Click on a color to select it as your background. Figure 16 - Color Options 3. The selected background color will be applied to your message. To apply any other type of background 1. From the Options tab, click on Page Color. Figure 17 - Page Color 2. A dropdown menu will appear. Click on Fill Effects. Figure 18 - Fill Effects Page 11 of 33
12 3. The Fill Effects window will appear. Under the Gradient tab, click on one color. Figure 19 - One Color Gradient Fill 4. From the dropdown under Color 1, select a Color. Figure 20 - Select a Color 5. Click the OK button. The gradient fill effect has been added to your message. Page 12 of 33
13 To insert a picture as a background 1. From the Options tab, click on Page Color. Figure 21 - Page Color 2. A dropdown menu will appear. Click on Fill Effects. Figure 22 - Fill Effects 3. The Fill Effects window will appear. Click on the Picture tab. Figure 23 - Picture Tab Page 13 of 33
14 4. Click on the Select Picture button. Figure 24 - Select Picture 5. The Insert Pictures window will open. Next to From a File, click on Browse. Figure 25 - Insert Pictures 6. Select a picture from your computer, and click on the Insert button. Page 14 of 33
15 7. A preview will appear under Picture. Click on OK to apply the background. Figure 26 - Picture Background Proofing your Message Outlook 2013 is set to automatically check your message as it is being typed for misspellings and grammar errors. Any misspelled words will be underlined in red, while grammar errors will be underlined in blue (See Figure 27). To correct a misspelled word: 1. Right-click on the misspelled word or grammar error. Figure 27 Underlined Errors Page 15 of 33
16 2. A menu will appear with spelling suggestions. Click on the correct spelling or grammar to apply it to your message. Figure 28 - Select the Correct Spelling Adding New Words to the Dictionary Sometimes, Outlook 2013 will mark unrecognized words as misspelled. If the spelling is correct, you can choose to add the word to the dictionary so Outlook 2013 will recognize the word in the future: 1. Right-click on the unrecognized word. 2. A menu will appear with spelling suggestions. Click on Add to Dictionary to add the word to Outlook s dictionary. Figure 29 - Add Word to the Dictionary Page 16 of 33
17 Attachments In Outlook 2013, you can attach files to an message, as well as other Outlook items like messages, contacts, or tasks. To attach a file: 1. From the Insert tab in the Include grouping, click on Attach File. Figure 30 - Attach File 2. The Insert File window will open. Browse your local drive, select the file to be attached, and click on the Insert button. 3. The file will be attached to your message. Figure 31 - Select File to Attach Figure 32 - File Attached Note: You can also drag the file from your computer onto the body of your to attach. Page 17 of 33
18 To attach another message or appointment: 1. From the Insert tab in the Include grouping, click on Outlook Item. Figure 33 - Outlook Item 2. The Insert Item window will appear and display your Zimbra mail folders and appointments. Select a folder from under the Look in field, and select an from the items section. Figure 34 - Insert Item Window 3. Under Insert as, select Text only (inserts only text from the selected ) or as Attachment (attaches the original as a downloadable file, along with any attachments included in the original ). 4. Click the OK button. 5. The selected message or appointment will be added to your . Page 18 of 33
19 Creating Signatures in Outlook 1. Click on the File tab. 2. The backstage view will open. Click on Options. Figure 35 - Access Outlook 2013 Options 3. The Outlook Options window will open. Select Mail from the list on the left and click on the Signatures button. Figure 36 - Outlook Options Page 19 of 33
20 4. The Signatures and Stationery window will open. From the Signature tab, click on the New button. Figure 37 - Signatures and Stationary Window 5. The New Signature window will open. Type a name for your new signature and click OK. 6. You will be returned to the Signature tab. Click in the Edit signature area and type your signature as you want it to appear (see Figure 38). 7. Click the Save button (see Figure 38). 8. Select the signature you want to use as the default from the drop-down lists for your New Messages and Replies/forwards (see Figure 38). 9. Click on the OK button to exit the Outlook Options screen (see Figure 38). Figure 38 - Edit Signature Page 20 of 33
21 Setting Message Importance Level To mark an outgoing message as high priority: 1. While composing an message, make sure you are on the Message tab. 2. Click on High Importance in the Tags group. Figure 39 - High Importance Delay Message Delivery Outlook allows you to delay delivery of a message until a particular date and time. However, in order for the message to be sent out at the scheduled time, Outlook must be running. 1. In the Message window, click the Options tab (see Figure 40). 2. In the More Options group, click on Delay Delivery (see Figure 40). Figure 40 - Delay Delivery Page 21 of 33
22 3. The Properties window opens. In the Delivery options section, check the Do not deliver before checkbox (see Figure 41). 4. Enter the date and time after which you want the message delivered (see Figure 41). 5. Click on the Close button (see Figure 41). Figure 41 - Set Delayed Delivery Date/Time 6. Continue drafting your . When finished, click Send. The will be sent out after your set delayed delivery date expires. Note: Outlook must be running at the time the delivery is scheduled in order for the message to be sent out. Saving a Message as a File Both sent and received messages can be saved as files 1. Locate and left-click on the message to save. 2. Click the File tab. 3. Click Save As. 4. The Save As window opens. Select a location on your computer to save your message. Page 22 of 33
23 5. In the Save as type field, choose one of the following options (see Figure 42): Text Only Outlook Template Outlook Message Format Outlook Message Format Unicode HTML MHT Files Saves the message as a.txt file. Does not save formatting, embedded pictures, or attachments. Can be easily opened and does not require Outlook to view. Saves the message as an Outlook Template Saves the message as an Outlook file and saves all formatting, embedded pictures, and attachments. Requires Outlook to open. Default option. Saves the message as an Outlook file with Unicode support. and saves all formatting, embedded pictures, and attachments. Requires Outlook to open. Saves the message as an HTML file with an accompanying folder. Saves all formatting and embedded pictures, but no attachments. Opens with default web browser. Requires the.html file and HTML Folder in order to view the message.. Saves the message as an MHT file. Saves all formatting and embedded pictures, but no attachments. Support varies between browsers, but Internet Explorer is default. Saved as a single file. 6. Click Save to save your message. Figure 42 - Save As Type Page 23 of 33
24 Accessing the Calendar To view the Calendar, click on the Calendar tab in the Navigation Bar. Figure 43 Calendar Creating an Appointment 1. From the Home tab, click on New Appointment. Figure 44 - New Appointment Page 24 of 33
25 2. The Appointment window will open. Enter the appointment information in the Subject, Location, Start/End time fields. Figure 45 - Edit Appointment Information 3. Under the Appointment tab in the Options grouping, select how you would like to display the status of the appointment in the Calendar from the Show As drop-down list (see Figure 46). 4. Within the Options grouping, select the Reminder notification time from the drop-down list (see Figure 46). 5. Click Save & Close to create the appointment (see Figure 46). Figure 46 - Additional Appointment Settings Page 25 of 33
26 Creating a Recurring Appointment 1. Follow steps 1-4 in the Creating an Appointment section. 2. Under the Appointments tab in the Options group, click on Recurrence. Figure 47 - Click on Recurrence 3. The Appointment Recurrence window appears. Set the Appointment time, Recurrence pattern, and the Range of recurrence. Figure 48 - Appointment Recurrence 4. Click the OK button. 5. The recurrence will be set and displayed under the Location field on the appointment. 6. Click the Save & Close button. Figure 49 - Recurrence Set Page 26 of 33
27 Scheduling a Meeting The Invite Attendees feature allows you to send an appointment invitation via to people that you want to attend a meeting. 1. Follow steps 1-4 in the Creating an Appointment section. 2. Under the Appointments tab in the Attendees group, click Invite Attendees. Figure 50 - Invite Attendees 3. A From and To: field will be added to the appointment. Click To. 4. The Select Attendees and Resources window will appear. In the search field, type in the name of an attendee. Figure 51 - Select Attendees and Resources Note: If the recipient is a KSU employee, make sure the Global Address List Zimbra Collaboration is selected under Address Book (see Setting the Global Address List as Default). Figure 52 - Global Address List Selected Page 27 of 33
28 5. Click the Go button to run your search. Figure 53 - Conduct Search 6. A list of names will appear. Select the recipient(s) and click the Required, Optional, or Resources button to add your attendee(s) to your appointment. Figure 54 - Add Recipient to Note: Double-clicking on the recipient(s) name will automatically add it in the Required field. 7. Repeat the search if you need more names. 8. Click on OK when you are done adding names. 9. You will be returned to the Appointment window and your recipients will be added to your appointment. Page 28 of 33
29 10. Click on Scheduling in the Show group to check the schedules of the prospective attendees and see if they are available at the time of the meeting (see Figure 55). 11. In the Scheduling area, you will see the name of each attendee and their status during the time of the meeting. If necessary, you can change the date and/or time of the meeting on this screen (see Figure 55). Figure 55 - Scheduling 12. Click the Send button to send the appointment invitation . Page 29 of 33
30 New Notifications Depending on your configuration, Outlook 2013 may show an alert on your desktop, and display an envelope icon in the Windows taskbar, whenever new , meeting requests, or other items arrive. You can customize the Desktop Alert Settings from the Outlook Options screen. 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Options. The Outlook Options screen appears. 3. Click on Mail. 4. Under the Message Arrival section, click the checkboxes of the events that you wish to occur when new messages arrive. 5. To further adjust the Desktop Alert display, click Desktop Alert Settings. Figure 56 - Message Arrival Alert Settings Note: The Desktop Alert is a small notification that is displayed in the lower-right corner of your screen when a new message is received. Page 30 of 33
31 Automatically Archiving s AutoArchive is turned off by default. To adjust the AutoArchive settings to automatically archive an folder: 1. Click on the folder you would like to archive. (e.g. Inbox). 2. Click the Folder tab (see Figure 57). 3. In the Properties grouping, click AutoArchive Settings (see Figure 57). Figure 57 - AutoArchive Settings 4. The Folder Properties screen appears. Select Archive this folder using these settings: (see Figure 58). 5. Next to Clean out items older than, enter a time (see Figure 58). 6. Select Move old items to: (see Figure 58). 7. Click Browse (see Figure 58) 8. The File Explorer window will open. Select a location on your computer to store your Outlook archive and click OK. 9. Click on Apply (see Figure 58). 10. Click on OK (see Figure 58). Figure 58 - Set Up AutoArchive Page 31 of 33
32 Manually Archive s To manually archive an folder in Outlook: 1. Click the File tab 2. The Backstage view opens to the Info tab. Click on Mailbox Cleanup (see Figure 59). 3. Click on Archive (see Figure 59). Figure 59 - Cleanup Tools and Archive 4. The Archive screen appears. Make sure Archive this folder and all subfolders is selected (see Figure 60). 5. In the folder view, select a folder you wish to archive (see Figure 60). 6. In the Archive items older than field, set a date (see Figure 60). 7. If you want to change the location of your archive file, click the Browse button, and then navigate to the location you want (see Figure 60). 8. Click the OK button (see Figure 60). Figure 60 - Choose Manual Archive Settings Page 32 of 33
33 9. Exit backstage view and return to your . In your Folder List, you will now see an entry called Archives. Figure 61 - Archives Added to Folder List 10. Click the arrow next to the Archives folder to expand the folder list and reveal any folders that you have archived. The existing folder structure of your mailbox will be maintained and you can move individual items in and out of archived folders by dragging and dropping. Figure 62 - Archive Folder Structure Additional Help For additional help or installation issues, please contact the KSU Service Desk: KSU Service Desk for Faculty & Staff Phone: Website: Page 33 of 33
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