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2. sending email
3. deleting email
4. accessing address book
changing your password

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Introduction To Microsoft Outlook Web Access (Owa Introduction To Microsoft Outlook Web Access (Owa Presentation Transcript

  • Introduction to Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) Email 6 November 2007 Staff Development
  • Workshop Goals
    • Learn the basics of Outlook Web Access
    • Understand the key aspects of OWA
    • Increase the use of OWA for internal communication
    • Build confidence in using OWA independently
  • Workshop Agenda
    • Signing on to OWA
    • Receiving email
    • Sending email
    • Deleting email
    • Accessing the DOE Address Book
    • Changing your OWA Password
  • Here We Go! Your Internet browser should look something like the image above. The arrow points to the address bar.
  • Signing on to OWA See the notes section of your handout for detailed instructions
  • https://mail.nycboe.net
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  • Receiving your email
  • Navigation Pane Navigation Pane Email Message Pane Reading Pane
  • Sending an Email
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  • Deleting Your Email
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  • Permanently Deleting Inbox Suggested : Bi-Monthly Reality : “Exceeded Limits” error message
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  • Accessing the DOE Address Book Searching by Name for a DOE Employee
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  • Changing your OWA Password You will receive notification when this is necessary
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  • your username central your old password your new password your new password 4
  • central your old password your new password your new password 5
  • Important Password Info. Effective December 2nd, 2006, Outlook passwords will need to be a minimum of 6 characters in length and need to be complex in nature. Complex passwords must contain at least one upper case and one lower case “Alpha” character and at least one “Numeric” character. (Special characters such as #, @, or & can be used for extra security but are not required at this time) It is also important to note that the system will not allow you to generate a password that includes your username.