Outlook is Microsoft's email client, and is included with the Microsoft Office suite that is installed on all staff and faculty computers. It operates in conjunction with the Microsoft Exchange Server for group scheduling, email, and task management. It manages email, calendars, contacts, and tasks. Outlook helps you communicate through email and group scheduling capabilities.
Learn about Mailbox storage and Local storage and using the AutoArchive feature.
The difference between the Global Address Book and Contacts and how to use them.
Sending email, working with attachments, signatures, folders and more.
Rules can help you stay organized by automatically taking action on messages you receive or send.
Keep track of events, organize meetings, share calendars, view multiple calendars and more.
Use Tasks to organize to-do lists, track task progress and delegate tasks.