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  • Outlook Web Access (OWA) is a web mail service of Microsoft Exchange; allow users to connect remotely via a Web browser OWA is used to access e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks, and other mailbox content when access to the Microsoft Outlook desktop application is unavailable Outlook Web Access (OWA)
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  • What it means to you: SASED E-Mail Password will change; check your mail at home for your new SASED e-mail password SASED tech team will monitor hardware / software Ability to share calendars & global distribution lists (for e-mail addresses of all SASED employees) Less junk mail Ability to use the same e-mail interface from any computer connected to the Internet
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  • What it means to you cont. If you are currently using Outlook mail: When we switch to Outlook Web Access mail, mail will not be available everywhere until one of the SASED tech team changes e-mail settings on your computer. If you are currently using web mail: there is a possibility that you could loose all past mail.
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  • What you need to do to prepare for conversion to OWA: Clean up your current e-mail; delete any unnecessary e-mails or folders, then Empty the Trash Possibly forward copies of important e- mails to a personal account, then you can forward them to your SASED account once the move has been made. Print copies of e-mails you MUST have
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  • SASED Current Web Mail Service (hosted by ROE) Current Web E-Mail Log-In screen Current Web E-Mail Opening screen
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  • OWA: Logging On 1) Connect to the Internet and open Web browser. (Internet Explorer) 5) Click Login button 4) Type your network password into the Password field. (arriving in the mail) 3) Type username (same as first part of email address) into User Name Field example: kreeter 2) Type the following into the Address field of your browser: http://mail.sased.org
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  • OWA: Welcome E-Mail Screen; Folders/File Management Mail Folders allow you to create folders to organize your mail (right click on your name to make a new folder.) Folders appear in list at the top of the Outlook Bar.
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  • OWA: Shortcuts Inbox the place you receive your mail Options change settings for Out of Office Assistant, E-Mail, Calendar, Reminders, Contacts, Password, Recover Public Folders Location of public documents. You must have permission to put materials in these folders. Tasks Allows you to keep track of you tasks with a simple or detailed list. Contacts an on-line rolodex (address book) Rules allows you to set rules automatically move or delete email. Calendar allows you to make appointments
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  • OWA: Inbox TIP: Click on field heading to sort mail by From, Subject, Received or Size. Toolbar The place where you receive e-mail. TIP: Click on field heading to sort mail by From, Subject, Received or Size. Toolbar
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  • OWA: Composing/Sending e-Mail Click New Message Type E-Mail address or click To: (which will bring up distribution or contact list) Add Subject Add Message Formatting Bar Click Send
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  • OWA: Add Attachments Browse for the file(s) to attach Click the Paper Clip Attached file shows Click attach
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  • OWA: Calendar Schedule an appointment Calendar Views
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  • OWA: Appointment/Reminder Type in Subject/ Location Set Start/End Times Type any additional information Show time as: Save/Close Set Reminders See Availability
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  • OWA: Making Recurring Appointment Click Recurrence Set Time Set Recurrence pattern Set Range of Recurrence Click OK
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  • Invite Attendees Click Invite Attendees Use Required, Optional and Resources to enter names of Attendees By clicking Required, Optional, or Resources, the screen to choose from distribution or contact list appears.
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  • OWA: Contacts An on-line rolodex (address book). Add New Contact Enter information; Details tab allows you to enter additional information. Save and Close
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  • OWA: Distribution Lists Global distribution list vs. Personal contact list.
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  • OWA: Tasks Keep track of your tasks with simple detailed list. Fill in Task & Details
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  • OWA: Rules Set rules automatically, move or delete mail. To forward email to another account: 1) Click Rules 2) Click New
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  • OWA: Rules To forward email to another account cont 3)Name rule 4)Keep blank the fields for - when the message arrives 5) Uncheck Sent only to me 6) Type where you want mail forwarded 7) Leave blank - keep a copy in my Inbox. 8) Save and Close
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  • OWA: Options Change settings for Out of Office Assistant, E-Mail, Calendar, Reminders, Contacts, Password, Recover
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  • OWA: Options To Change Your Password: 1) Scroll down Option menu click change password.
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  • OWA: Options To Change Your Password cont: Internet Service Manager screen appears: Domain = sased60540 Account = user name (ex: kreeter) Type in Old Password Type in New Password Confirm New Password Click OK Confirmation page appears that it changed.
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  • Help Click Help to answer Outlook questions
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  • OWA: Log Off! Very Important: When you are finished, dont forget to Log Off, and Exit Web Browser.
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  • Terminate your connection to OWA server and EXIT the web browser To ensure that no one can access your Exchange account from computer, exit the browser application. *This is especially important in a public setting where someone could use the Back button to open your mailbox.
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  • SASED Help Desk Log on to Sased website http://www.sased.org Go To SASED Help Desk button or type in browser http://support.sased.org/
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  • SASED Help Desk 1) Connect to the Internet and open your Web browser. (Internet Explorer) Log on to Sased website http://www.sased.orghttp://www.sased.org 4) Type your password (same as email password) into the password field Click OK 2) Go To .SASED Help Desk button or type in browser http://support.sased.org/ 3) Type sased60540\username (same as first part of email address) into the User Name Field (example: sased60540\kreeter)
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  • SASED Help Desk Click OK Type sased60540\username (same as first part of email address) into User Name field example: sased60540\kreeter Type your password (same as email password) into the password field
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  • SASED Help Desk Choose Create New Case
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  • SASED Help Desk Type description of problem Click Submit
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  • SASED Help Desk Confirmation screen appears. It will take a minute to process.
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