2 Table of Contents Overview of Outlook Web Mail How To: Click the button on any page to return to this Table of Contents.Overview of Outlook Web MailAccess your from the WebLogin to the ServerThe InboxMain ToolbarInbox ToolsHow To:Compose a New MessageOpen and Read an MessageReply to an MessageLog off the SystemLocate a Teacher’s AddressManage Pop-upsLearn about ContactsAdd a Contact from a Sent MessageAdd a New Contact via the New Contact FormLearn about Advanced Features using the Help SystemGet Personalized Help from Tech SupportDownload this slide Show
3 Access and Login to your Email 1. Go to the District Web Site2. Click the link:Stowe School DistrictYou can access your from school, home, or any place where you have an internet connection.
4 Login to the E-mail Server 1. Type your network login id2. Type your network login password4. Click the button3. Do not change these options.HINT:You will next see security window asking if you are sure you want to continue. You must click Yes to log in to your mailbox.
5 Outlook InboxAs soon you login in, your mailbox will open to the INBOXFolderPaneMain WindowToolbar
6 Main Toolbar Scroll Arrows Displays the folder that is active # of Messages/PagesLog Off ButtonDisplays available tools for theActive Folder
7 Inbox Tools Delete the selected E-mail message Turn off Preview Pane in all folders!Learn about using the programMove or copyReplyChecks for New MailForwardClick to compose aNew messageReply AllHINT: Hover your mouse over the iconsto see the name of the tool.b
8 Compose a New E-mail Message 5. Click the send button1. Click the NEW button2. Type the recipient3. Add a subject line4. Type in the message boxHINT:Hold down the Shift keyand press 2 to type the@ symbol.
9 Read an E-mail Message Double click the message The message willopen in a new window
10 Reply to anUse the toolbar to reply, forward, print, or delete the messageThis message shows that I have already sent a reply
11 Type your Reply Message Toolbar The recipient’s address and Save draftSpell checkFontFormattingToolbarWhen finished,clickThe recipient’s addressandsubject lineare completed automatically.Type your responseabove the copy of theprevious message..
12 Log Off the Mail Server When you are finished with your , click the log offbutton.You will return to this screen.You can now close the browser.HINT: If you are idle too long, youwill be logged of the systemautomatically. Just log in again toget back to your mail box.
13 Locating a Teacher’s E-mail Address Check Names button1. Type the first initialand the first few letters of thelast name.EX. For Ms. May,Type in the TO: boxsgua2. Click the Check Names Icon2. If the name is found,Madame Guazzoni’s firstand last name will appearin the TO: box:
14 Managing Pop-Up Blocker: Part 1 Pop-ups are automatically disabled on our computers, but you need the POP-UPS in your for it to work properly.Follow these instructions to set up your to allow pop-ups:2.1.Click CHECK NAMESIn a new message, type any name in the TO: box3.This window appears:4.CHECK THIS BOX!!!!Continued5.Click OK
15 Managing Pop-Up Blocker: Part 2 Look for the Pop-Up Banner at the top of the message window6. Click on the Banner.A list of options appear:7. Click ALWAYS ALLOW Pop-ups from This Site.
16 About the Contacts Folder The contact folder is your address book.Click in the Folder Paneto open your Contacts.This contact folderIs empty.
17 Adding New Contacts the Easy Way! Part 1 Ask a classmate to send you an .Open the message.Right click on the sender’s address.Choose Add to ContactsA new window opens.Contacts should only be added for people not already in the Global directory (i.e., teachers and staff).Only add student addresses to your contacts.Continued
18 Adding New Contacts the Easy Way! Part 2 Complete the form as shown below:ClickSave and Close
19 Add a New Contact from Scratch! You can a newContact directly in theContacts folder.1. Click Contactsin the Folder Pane2. Click the New Button
20 Add the Information to the Contact Form Step 1:You only need tocomplete the followingInformation:Last NameFirst NameDisplay NameNo LAST NAMES in the display name!AddressStep 2:Click Save and CloseOn the toolbarStep 3: Send anType the display name in the To: boxClick Check Names button
21 Learn More E-mail Features To learn more advanced features of the system, click the Help Button on the main tool bar. The Help page will open in a separate window.Some features you may find useful include:Distribution Lists: Create a group list of recipients (a group of students you are working with on a project: Ex.: Boat Project).Appointments: Create a new appointment (eg. “science lab due” which is automatically added to the calendar. Receive a reminder when you log in to your .Use rules to send to a specified folder.Learn how to block senders and manage junk mail.Look in the Help Contents to explore other features.If you Create a signature file (DO NOT ADD ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION( ie last name, address, phone numbers.)Manage Deleted Messages---You have to empty the trash in the deleted messages folder.
22 The Outlook Web Access Help System is just a click away!
23 Contact Tech SupportIf you need more help with , or have a question about appropriate use:Ask your teacherme: Type knann and click check namestech support: Type tech and click check namesExample:techknann
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