Share your Calendar (OWA)

You can use Outlook on the Web (OWA) to share (grant permissions to) your calendar with other people.  Once you have logged into mail.uvm.edu, select the Calendar app.  Select your calendar and use the Share menu near the top. Add a person or many people.  You'll be able to set their level of access individually. Choose how much control and visibility you wish each one to have. Each person will receive an email explaining what's being offered and allowing them to grant you Read more [...]

Adding a Delegate – Outlook on the Web

While it is possible to grant delegate permissions using Outlook on the Web (OWA), the Outlook desktop application for PC and Mac offer much more granularity in assigning permissions. If you'd like to use Outlook to configure your delegate permissions please use the self-help articles here: Add delegate Outlook for PC Add delegate Outlook for Mac Exchange allows you to grant “Delegate permissions” to another Exchange user. These delegation permissions allow specified users the ability to: 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 [...]

Reading Pane Placement – Outlook for Web

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. The default "Mail" layout in Outlook for Web includes a 1. Folder list, 2. message list, and 3. reading pane. If you would like to change your default reading pane placement, follow the documentation below. To configure your reading pane settings, login to Outlook for Web at mail.uvm.edu then click the “gear” icon in the top right corner of the screen. From the menu that appears, Read more [...]

Storage Quota – Exchange

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. Once your account has been migrated to Exchange, you will no longer have a specific quota on your INBOX folder. Each Exchange user will have a 50GB (50,000MB) email and calendar quota. This means that the sum of all of your email and calendar data cannot exceed this 50GB in size. If you're curious about your mail quota, follow the steps below to see your current Mailbox usage. Login to Read more [...]

Email Attachment size limits – Exchange

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. Exchange will allow users to send emails with attachments up to 20MB in size. **Please note that this 20MB limit is the sum of the email message and any attachments you add. **Some file extensions, such as ".exe" are blocked for security purposes. A complete list of blocked file types can be found below. .ade Access Project Extension (Microsoft) .adp Access Project Read more [...]

Changing your Primary Email Address

The University of Vermont has recently moved its email and calendaring services to Microsoft Exchange. Exchange will allow you select a "Primary email address". The address you select will be the address that appears on all emails you send through Exchange. The default primary email address is set to first.last@uvm.edu format. However, you may wish to change this if you prefer your netid@uvm.edu address, or if you use a listserv that requires your netid@uvm.edu address to post messages. To Read more [...]

Recovering Deleted Items – Outlook for Web (OWA)

The 'Deleted Items" folder is essentially the "Trash" folder of Exchange. This folder is where the mail you choose to delete goes. The "Deleted Items" folder will automatically purge any message older than 60 days of age, it is important that you do not use this folder for storage of mission critical messages. Jump ahead to the documentation you're looking for: Accidentally Deleted Mail Accidentally Deleted Folders Using "Recover deleted items" Accidentally Deleted Messages If you Read more [...]