Office 365 is the new system that provides us with our email, calendar and SharePoint.
Please click on one of the topics listed below for more information:
- Connecting to Office 365 via a web browser
- Setting up delegate access to your inbox and calendar
- How do I share my calendar
- Open another User calendar
- How to Open and use a shared mailbox
- Checking your quota
- Creating a signature in outlook web
- General microsoft outlook mail and calendar information
- Restoring deleted e-mail
- Setting a signature
- Requesting a return receipt
- Creating a rule
- Quickly add a sender to your personal Contacts
- Does Outlook have type ahead addressing?
- Why do I have a message in my
Inbox with the subject ***Postmaster***?
- Microsoft Outlook and the Junk Email Folder
First we suggested checking your Deleted Items folder. If you have already emptied your deleted items folders you may still be able to recover your mail.
- In Outlook go to the tools menu
- Click recover deleted items
- Click on the email you want to recover
- Click the recover selected items icon (looks like an envelope with an arrow)
- Log into MyLCC
- Click Outlook Web
- Click the settings gear
- Click options
- Log into Outlook Web through myLCC
- Click the gear icon in the upper right, next to your name
- click options
- Click setting on the left
- Enter your signature text, select desired options and click save.
You may want to create Rules (Filters or Agents) for Workflow Notifications, LCC_EMP memos, or ***SPAM***. A rule in Microsoft Outlook work client-side (only in Microsoft Outlook).
No. Microsoft Outlook uses a feature called Auto complete to quickly address message. Microsoft Outlook remembers and stores the E-mail addresses you type in the From, To, Cc, and Bcc boxes. When you begin entering a previously typed E-mail address, Outlook automatically recognizes it and completes the text for you. To accept a suggestion, all press the Enter key.
Spam is unsolicited commercial E-mail. Virus and Spam checking is done server-side before mail messages arrive in your inbox. Messages identified by software on the server as spam have ***Postmaster** prefixed to the subject. Users can setup a rule to automatically move these messages to another folder.
Please forward SPAM that is not marked to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions or need additional assistance, please submit a Service Request form or call the Help Desk at 483-5221 (1-800-644-4522 - for long distance). Choose option 4
(517) 483-5221 or
(toll free) 1-800-644-4522 option 4
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