Presentation on theme: "The Help Desks Guide To Accessing Your Midlands Technical College Email Account Using Microsoft Outlook Web Access."— Presentation transcript:
The Help Desks Guide To Accessing Your Midlands Technical College Account Using Microsoft Outlook Web Access
The Midlands Technical College Microsoft Outlook Web Access Log On Screen
Logging On 1.Connect to the Internet and type mail.midlandstech.edu/ in the address bar and press Enter. mail.midlandstech.edu/
2.a) Connect to the Internet and type in the Address Bar and select the Faculty & Staff tab at the top. b) Then click on the Remote Access icon
3.a) Connect to the Internet and type in the Address Bar and press Enter. Note: You will be prompted for the college Intranet username/password. b) On the Intranet Home Page, scroll down and locate the Remote Access icon and click it.
Log on Procedures For Your Outlook Account Using Microsoft Outlook Web Access
There are two steps to logging in: 1)Enter your Username and press Enter. 2) A dialog box appears an you must enter your username (again) and password. Then press Enter or click Ok. Your password is set to the last six digits of your SSN. Or Press Enter
Microsoft Outlook Web Access Tips, Help, and Guide
Web Access Overview Use Microsoft Outlook Web Access to retrieve and work with data stored on the Microsoft Exchange Server computer using an Internet browser from a UNIX, Macintosh, or Microsoft Windows-based computer. Using the features of Outlook Web Access, you can process and organize information and optimize communication tasks related to your daily work.
Viewers Inbox Viewer, Calendar Viewer, Contacts Viewer, and Public Folders Viewer display the options provided by Outlook Web Access. Depending on the task you are performing, the viewer contains: Forms Toolbar Outlook Bar User Area
Inbox SubfoldersMessagesMove Up By default, your Web Access account will open with the Inbox displayed. You can choose to read messages, open any subfolders, or move up to the Mailbox Folder List view. You can also, at any time, use the Outlook Toolbar shortcuts.
Working With Folders Your mailbox contains default folders with specific functions: Calendar, Contacts, Deleted Items, Inbox, Outbox, and Sent Items. You can create additional folders to organize messages in different categories.
Default Folders Stores meeting and appointment information Stores contacts information Stores items deleted from other folders Stores all messages until they are moved or deleted Stores messages until they are sent Stores a copy of messages after they are sent
The Complete Users Guide Click Remote Access Tutorial Click Help Desk in the From Field Click the Public Folders icon Follow the directions provided to open and save the users guide. See slide notes…
Remote Outlook Help For additional help with your MTC account or Microsoft Outlook Web Access, call the Help Desk at or