Presentation on theme: "1 Welcome to SAPS Webmail. 2 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail."— Presentation transcript:
1 Welcome to SAPS Webmail
2 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail
3 Login to webmail from our homepage www.stephenson.k12.mi.us
4 After hitting enter or clicking Saps mail logon
5 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail 2. Read mail / Reply
6 With the inbox highlighted select a message by double clicking a message in the upper right pane. Double Click
7 You may now read your mail in a full screen
8 Replying to an email After Reading an email you may choose to answer the email by clicking reply.
9 Replying to an email After clicking on reply – notice the address of the sender is automatically inserted into the To: Line. At this point simply enter the information that you want and click send.
10 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail 2. Read mail / Reply 3. Create mail
11 New message will appear just above the inbox icon. Single click on new message
12 New mail message – Enter email address In the To: box, Add Subject, Body and click Send. We will discuss adding attachments later Enter text body
13 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail 2. Read mail / Reply 3. Create mail 4. Send attachments
14 Adding Attachments Click on Add files
15 Click on Browse to access the attachment which you will insert. Click Browse
16 Select where your attachment is located
17 Double click the file you would like to attach or highlight and click open.
18 Notice the location of the file now shows next to the browse button. Attachment location
19 Upload Attachment Click upload
20 Notice the attachment is now lodged in the email Enter the recipient’s address and click send
21 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail 2. Read mail / Reply 3. Create mail 4. Send attachments 5. Create contact groups
22 Click the Contacts tab on the left menu bar and select new contact Contacts tab
23 Fill out contact information just as you would for an individual except add multiple addresses separated by a semi-colon in the box next to email address.
24 Things we will learn about: 1. Login to mail 2. Read mail / Reply 3. Create mail 4. Send attachments 5. Create contact groups 6. Calendar
25 Calendar Setup Click on the calendar tab
26 Calendar Setup Click on My Calendar
27 Calendar Setup Click on a date
28 Calendar Setup Click on the time that best reflects your meeting or appointment.
29 Calendar Setup Enter the appropriate information for your scheduled task. **Remember to Save**
30 You can share your calendar by following these simple steps: 1.Click settings from the top bar 2.Click My Shared Resources 3.Add Share 4.Click My Calendar & click next 5.Click Users 6.Add the person or persons email address that you would like to share your calendar with into the provided box separated by a carriage return. 7.Give either read only access or Full control. Full control will allow others to add information to your calendar. *After you share your calendar the user must attach to your shared calendar. Follow these simple steps to attach to a users shared calendar: 1.Click settings from the top bar 2.Click My Mapped Resources 3.Attach to resource 4.A list of available shared resources are listed. 5.Attach to the desired calendar. The calendar will now show up underneath your personal calendar.
31 If you click Reply, your reply will only go to the sender of the original message. This is the email address that appears in the From: header line of the message you are replying to. If you click Reply All, your reply will be addressed to the sender of the original message and all other recipients of that message. Your message will go to the address in the From: header and to all addresses in the To: and Cc: header lines — except for your own address. Difference Between Reply and Reply All
32 If you have questions feel free to contact me at ext. 128. Or Better yet contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org This presentation can be accessed @ http://www.stephenson.k12.mi.us/teacher_resources.html