outlook

 
Service: Exchange

Have an ACCC Microsoft Exchange account and want to connect Microsoft Outlook 2010+ to it? Follow these easy steps to get it connected! If you need a copy of Office 2010 or 2013 for your UI owned computer, it is available for free on the WebStore.  If you need to install Office on your personal device, you will have to use Office 365.  You can download Office 365 Professional 2016 here. Remember to use your email address and ACCC common password to authenticate.

Basic Email (Mailserv and Tigger) accounts can be accessed by a variety of desktop email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook for Windows and Mac OS X, Mozilla ThunderbirdApple Mail, as well as mobile devices running Android, iOS (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and others.

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Most new staff and faculty, and almost all new students do not have a Basic Email account. Staff, please see Exchange Online, students see UIC GoogleApps.

The following instructions apply to configuring Microsoft Outlook on Windows for Basic Email accounts (Tigger and Mailserv):

Email clients, including pine, Webmail, and GoogleApps@UIC, allow you to use addressbooks for those you email most often. Unfortunately, they all use their own formats for these addressbooks, so you can not readily share that information between your email programs if you use more than one.

Service: Exchange

When changes occur within the main (Global Address Book) on the Exchange server; computers running Outlook 2007 and 2010 may not automatically receive the updates. When this happens you may be missing new entries, see non-existent entries, or notice incorrect entries. Updating your address book synchronizes the cached Address Book with the Global address book, and may fix instances of mail that is bounced back to the sender.

The ACCC runs an LDAP server that you can use to look up the names and email addresses of people with NetID@uic.edu email addresses. This page explains how to use this LDAP server with Outlook 2010 and 2007.

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Exchange resource calendars and other users' calendars can be added to Outlook by following these steps.

Similar to having an assistant help you manage your incoming paper mail, you can use Microsoft Outlook to allow another person, known as a delegate, to receive and respond to e-mail messages and meeting requests and responses on your behalf. You can also grant additional permissions that allow your delegate to read, create, or have more control over items in your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox.

This article describes how to set the name on outgoing emails. With the exception of Exchange, the name can be customized directly in each email client you use. Below are a few examples:

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Your Exchange quota includes all your email, attachments, calendaring data, task items, and more. We strongly recommend that you manage your quota by deleting items you do not need and clear out the deleted items weekly. Your ACCC Exchange mailbox grows as you create and receive items. When you delete items, the size of the Outlook Data File (.pst and .ost) file might not decrease in proportion to the data that you deleted. There are several ways to manage your mailbox and reduce the size of the data file.

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By default, the free/busy information on a user's Exchange calendar is shared with all other Exchange users. When you share your free/busy information, other users can see when you have appointments or meetings scheduled on your calendar. This can make it easier for others to schedule meetings, since they can see times that will not work because other events are scheduled.

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If you are experiencing a lot of failed sent mail due to malformed addresses in your auto-complete or address book follow these instructions on how to clear your list and cache.

  1. In Outlook 2010 and 2013, click the File menu and select Options.
  2. In the Outlook Options window click the Mail tab.
  3. Scroll down to Send messages. Uncheck the Use Auto-Complete List to suggest names when typing in the To, Cc, and Bcc lines box.

Optional Step: To clear out the auto-complete list, simply click the Empty Auto-Complete List button.

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Have you ever deleted something that you did not want to delete? ACCC Exchange email system allow users to recover their deleted items at their own convenience . The retention time period for all deleted items is 14 days. To recover your deleted items, follow the instructions below.

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A shared mailbox can be accessed with Outlook Web Access (OWA) or a desktop client.

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Your ACCC Microsoft Exchange mailbox grows as you create and receive items. To manage the space in your mailbox or on the mail server you are using, you can move old items that are important, but rarely used, to an archive location. This storage process occurs automatically with AutoArchive, but you can customize most of the default settings.

Note: The AutoArchive feature is removed from any Outlook profile that contains a Microsoft Exchange account with retention policies.

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Outlook has a spam filter which automatically sends spam emails to a junk folder. Sometimes Outlook can mark legitimate and valid emails as spam thus preventing them from reaching your email inbox. The issue is rather frequent despite the fact that Outlook spam filter is set to “low” by default. Solve this issue by turning off the Outlook spam filter.

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Internet Calendars are calendars that you publish to an Internet site, where others can view it or subscribe to it. Internet Calendars use the iCalendar format and the .ics file name extension.

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By default, Outlook 2011 will hide the "Folders on My Computer."  This article will guide you through re-enabling these folders so that you can store emails locally on your hard drive. This can be useful if you are approaching your size limit on the Exchange server and need to free up some space without deleting any emails.

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Todays post will detail how to import an ICS file into Outlook. The Notes client will allow you to export into an ICS File. This post will show the procedure for importing this into Outlook 2010.

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There are two ways to work with another person's Microsoft Outlook folders — folder sharing and Delegate Access.

Folder sharing enables another person to access one of your folders, perhaps while you are on vacation. However, it does not include permissions for one to act on behalf of the other. For example, a person who can access your folders cannot reply to email messages or respond to meeting requests for you.

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