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- Outlook Web Access (OWA)
- Email Archive
- SPAM Quarantine
The SPAM Quarantine System traps suspicious email messages that have been identified
by the system as spam and allows you to safely review and release any of the ones
that you consider to be legitimate. It is not necessary for you to login to this
system every day; only when you suspect that a legitimate message may have been
blocked by the anti-spam filters. Spam messages will be held within this system
for a period of 14 days.
Login to the SPAM Quarantine System (new)
Use your company e-mail address and password for
Login to old quarantine system
Change Email Password
- Email Quick
E-mail Quick Tips
- To lookup employee email addresses faster:
When adding a recipient to the "TO", "CC", and "BCC" fields, you can simply type
a portion of the recipient's name and press CTRL + K to resolve the recipient's
name with the Global Address List. This is much faster than searching through the
directory for each recipient.
- To change the number of messages allowed on each page in OWA:
Select OPTIONS (bottom-left corner), and scrolling down to MESSAGING OPTIONS. Change
the "Number of items to display per page" from a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 100.
- To quickly view any message attachments, right-click on the attachment link
and select "OPEN". When prompted you can save it directly to your local drive or
view before saving.
Emailing large attachments to recipients in the same office will waste precious
storage space within your mailbox. Simply copy these files to a network share point,
allow the intended recipient to copy them, and then delete them when you are done.
- For users who want to view a multi-day calendar,
you can ctrl-Click multiple days and they will be added to your calendar in the
order that you click them.
- OWA takes up too much room on my screen and I have to use the scrollbars
to view everything.
Users that have small or low resolution screen settings can press F11 to enter 'full-screen'
mode within their browser. This will make a significant difference on smaller screens
and enable users to utilize more of the system with less scrolling. Once you're
finished, simply hit F11 again to 'toggle' out of full-screen mode.
Current time: 02-Sep-2014 13:56 (GMT)