Exchange 2003 Outlook Web Access
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There are 3 different ways to view messages in the Reader Pane -
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Outlook Web Access helps control junk e-mail and SPAM and block links to external content that allows you to become the target of more junk e-mail messages.
Blocked Senders List: E-mail messages from certain e-mail addresses or domain names can easily be blocked by adding the sender to your Blocked Senders List. Messages from people or domain names on your Blocked Senders List will always be treated as junk e-mail messages, regardless of the content of the message.
Safe Recipients Lists: An e-mailing list or group that you are a member of can be added to your Safe Recipients Lists. Any messages sent to the e-mail addresses or domain names on this list will not be treated as junk e-mail messages, regardless of the sender or content of the message.
To have the full use of added functions/features with Outlook on the Exchange 2003 server, users may need to set the https://owa.keene.edu/exchange URL as a trusted site. To do this, open Internet Explorer, go to the Menu items and select Tool-->Internet Option-->Security tab. Click on the Trusted Sites icon.
Click on the Sites..button.
Type https://owa.keene.edu/exchange and click Add.
The right-click features are enabled through Outlook Web Access 2003.
The New button allows other options than just e-mail.
Once an e-mail has been received, you can set up a follow-up Flag. From the Reading pane, where the messages are viewed, click the flag icon to the far right. This sets the message for follow-up by showing a red flag.
When you have completed follow up on an e-mail, select the flag icon again and a check mark appears, indicating you have followed up with the e-mail.
This e-mail shows attached files.
To Remove an Attached File
You can set an appointment or create a meeting from the same window. Click on the New button, black arrow down and select the Appointment text.
Type in the Subject and the Location for the Appointment. Set the Start and End time and a Reminder: if you want it. Click Save and Close.
If this will be a recurring appointment or meeting, select the Recurrence icon and set the pattern option. Change the setting for viewing by selecting view one day, seven days or the entire month. The Calendar only shows one month in the Navigator pane.
This feature was not supported in the previous version of OWA.
Users can set it to remind you of Tasks. Recurrence can also be set by selecting the Recurrence icon and setting the recurrence pattern.
You can manage your e-mail messages by using rules to automatically perform actions on incoming messages. After you create a rule, Outlook Web Access applies the rule to messages that arrive in your Inbox. For example, you can automatically forward all messages with AD in the title to the Active Directory folder when they arrive in your Inbox.
To view your rules, click Rules in the Navigation Pane.
Notes: A rule in gray type can't be modified by Outlook Web Access because its conditions can not be interpreted or it does not specify an action to perform.
A rule in red type contains an error related to the folder you want the rule to move or copy the message to. Select the rule, click Change Rule, and then correct the rule.
More options are available than before. Make sure to Save and Close after applying new settings.
This feature allows you to automatically reply to incoming email messages that you are currently out of the office and inform them of when you may return. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
This allows you to customize how many items to display per page and whether you want a notification to slide up from the task bar indicating you have new mail. A sound may also sound when new mail arrives, if this option is selected. Set your Signature here. This signature resides on the server. Font size and style can be set here. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
This sets how you want to mark items in the Inbox Reading Pane.
This feature is new with Exchange 2003. Spell check can be set to automatically review each email message before it is sent out. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
You can customize what the Calendar view will show: what day your work week begins and what time can be selected. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
To display specific dates in one view
By default, Reminder Options are enabled. To turn these off, deselect or uncheck the options you want disabled. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
To dismiss a reminder:
To view the details of an item, select it, and then click Open Item.
If you don't want to dismiss a reminder, you can set it to snooze. Snoozing closes the current reminder temporarily. After a period of time that you designate (the default is five minutes), the reminder opens again.
To set a reminder to snooze
The default contact options can be selected here. Remember to Save and Close once a change is made. Two options are available. The Global Address List will show all KSC employees who have accounts with Outlook.
The Contacts list includes any individuals whose email address and personal information you have saved in your Contacts list. Remember to Save and Close the new settings.
Click View Items to view and recover items that were recently emptied from your Deleted Items folder. Recovered items will be moved back to your Deleted Items folder. Restoration of deleted emails will only be available for the previous 7 days.