How to access your University Email

The recommended email client to use in the Faculty is Microsoft Outlook which is included with the Microsoft Office suite. It is designed to operate as an Internet mail client, or in conjunction with the Microsoft Exchange Server for group scheduling, email, and task management. It manages email, calendars, contacts, tasks, to-do lists, and documents or files on the hard drive. Outlook helps you communicate through email, phone support, and group scheduling capabilities. Outlook also helps you share information by means of public folders, forms, and Internet connectivity.

Many people don't realise that Outlook is more than just email. By using some of the more advanced features it can help to make individuals and teams work better.Some further information on Outlook is available:

(a) Get your email on multiple devices

Find out how to log in to your email on your office computer, at home, or on your phone or tablet

(b) Office365 for Staff

Using Office365 for staff.

(c) Office365 for Students

Using O(ffice365 for Students.

(d) How to Organise/Manage/Share your Mailbox

How to manage your Office365 Mailbox

(e) How to access a shared mailbox in Outlook

Topic revision: r35 - 08 Mar 2016 - AndrewRae
 
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