Filtering Emails in OWA using Inbox Rules

In UVM's Outlook for Web you can create filters to automatically perform an action on an incoming message using Inbox Rules. Perhaps you receive spam messages from a consistent address and want to have them automatically deleted. Or maybe you want any messages sent by your supervisor to be marked as urgent. The instructions below will help guide you through creating these rules. Click here if you are looking for specific instructions on how to Forward Email to Another UVM or COM Email address. Read more [...]

Open another users Calendar in Outlook for PC

You can use Outlook 2016 for PC to open and view another users calendar. This is especially useful when you need to get a glimpse of your co-workers schedules. This guide will walk you through the process of creating and adding another users calendar to a calendar group. Open Outlook 2016 and switch to the Calendar view by clicking the "Calendar" icon in the lower left corner of your Outlook window. In the left hand column, you'll see a My Calendars list. Right-click on My Calendars. From Read more [...]

Add Secondary Exchange Accounts to Outlook 2016 – PC

If you're setting up Outlook for the first time, please read this guide before continuing. This article will walk you through the process of adding a secondary Exchange account to your existing Outlook profile. A typical use case would be adding a departmental account to Outlook in addition to your personal Exchange account. Open Outlook and click the File tab. From the File menu, click the Add Account button. The account setup wizard will appear. Enter your secondary account's Read more [...]

Configure your Default Calendar Sharing Preferences – Mac

Use this documentation to alter the default permission level of your Exchange calendar. The default calendar sharing in Exchange will be set to show “Free/Busy” time. This means that other members from the UVM community will be able to see that you have a meeting scheduled during a block of time; however, they will not have access to any details of the meeting. If you would like to change these default Calendar Sharing permissions to a more or less restrictive permission level follow the Read more [...]

Configure your Default Calendar Sharing Preferences – Windows

Use this documentation to alter the default permission level of your Exchange calendar. The default calendar sharing in Exchange will be set to show "Free/Busy" time. This means that other members from the UVM community will be able to see that you have a meeting scheduled during a block of time; however, they will not have access to any details of the meeting. If you would like to change these default Calendar Sharing permissions to a more or less restrictive permission level follow the guide Read more [...]

Outlook doesn’t show all my mail.

Adjusting how much email Outlook shows by default When working with the Outlook client, you may notice that all your mail messages in a given folder are not displayed.  At the bottom of the screen you will see the following message: You have two choices:  Either click the link and see some additional messages loaded for this folder only or change an account setting to automatically include more email with a maximum choice of All. To change the account setting: Select the File tab at Read more [...]

Adding a Delegate using Outlook – Mac

Exchange allows you to grant “Delegate permissions” to another Exchange user. These delegation permissions allow specified users the ability to: Create meetings on your behalf. Send emails on your behalf. Manage your calendar. Reply to meeting requests from others. NOTE: You should trust any user you grant delegation rights to. Adding a Delegate to your Account Assigning ‘Delegate permissions” requires using Microsoft Outlook. If you do not already have Outlook installed Read more [...]

Adding a Delegate using Outlook – Windows

Exchange allows you to grant "Delegate permissions" to another Exchange user. These delegation permissions allow specified users the ability to: Create meetings on your behalf. Send emails on your behalf. Manage your calendar. Reply to meeting requests from others. NOTE: You should trust any user you grant delegation rights to. Adding a Delegate to your Account Assigning 'Delegate permissions" requires using Microsoft Outlook. If you do not already have Outlook installed on your Read more [...]

Outlook 2016 Initial Setup for UVM Exchange – PC

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. The following guide will walk you through the initial setup of Outlook 2016. If you've already added your primary Exchange account to Outlook and need help adding a secondary mail account, please see this guide. If you do not already have Outlook installed on your PC, please see these articles before continuing. Get Office 365 (personally owned devices) Student, Faculty and Staff Get Office Read more [...]

Folders and Organization – Outlook for Web (OWA)

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. If your account has been migrated, you can use this documentation to create folders, subfolders, and move your mail. Creating Folders To create a new folder, right-click on your name in the folder list, then select "Create new folder". Create a label for your new folder. In this example, our folder is labeled "FiscalYear2016". Hit the "Enter" key to create the folder. Subfolders Read more [...]