User Essentials for Microsoft Outlook Web Access 2007

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Description:
During this course you will send and reply to e-mail using the browser-based Microsoft® Office Outlook® Web Access for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 (SP1). You will use the Calendar to keep track of your Appointments and to schedule Meetings. While you are planning a Meeting you can check your co-workers’ schedules to see who is available. You can reserve a room and other resources so that everything is in place when the meeting starts. You will learn to how to keep track of your Tasks and record your progress in meeting your objectives. You will create Contacts and Distribution Lists to help manage your relationships, as well as to assist in e-mail addressing.
Prerequisites:
This course is designed for new users of Microsoft Outlook Web Access 2007.
Get Started :
Ways to access your mailbox
Applications included in Outlook Web Access
Exercise: Start Outlook Web Access
Outlook Web Access user interface
Exercise: Switch between OWA applications
Log off and exit Outlook Web Access
Send Mail Messages :
Open Mail application
Create a new Message
Addresses
Subject
Body
Attached file
Importance
Sensitivity
Tracking Options
Save as draft
Send Message
Exercise: Create and send Message
If a Message doesnt get delivered
Undeliverable Message report
Read Mail Messages :
Open Mail
Unread Messages
Mark a Message as being read or unread
Message sorting
Search for a Message
Read a Message in the Reading Pane
Read a Message in a child window
Basic things you can do while reading a Message
Exercise: Reply to a Message
Attachments
Categorize Messages
Folders
Move a Message to a new folder
Drag and drop a Message to a folder
Select multiple Messages in a folder
Make changes to a folder
Exercise: Organize mail Messages into a folder
Mail Options :
Feature 1: E-mail Signature
Feature 2: Out of Office Assistant
Feature 3: Flag a Message for follow up
Exercise: Follow up on a Message
Feature 4: Rules
Feature 5: Allow or block senders
Feature 6: E-mail Security
Feature 7: Mailbox space
Keep a List of Your Contacts :
Open Contacts
Create a new Contact
Follow up and categories
Option combo boxes
Save Contact
Delete Contact
Use a Contact
Arrange Contacts
Exercise: Create Contact
Create Contact from Message
Create Contact from an Address Book lookup
Distribution Lists
Exercise: Create Distribution List
Create New Folder of Contacts
Create Appointments in Your Calendar :
Open Calendar
Create a new Appointment
Appointment fields
Save an Appointment
Change an Appointment
Exercise: Create Appointment
Delete an Appointment
Recover a deleted Appointment
Appointment options
Print Calendar
Request a Meeting :
Request a Meeting
Address fields
Request a response
Scheduling Assistant tab
Three areas of the Scheduling Assistant
Meeting Organizer: Send the invitation
Meeting Organizer: Caution for save as draft
Exercise: Schedule a Meeting
Attendee: Respond to an invitation
Automatic invitation processing
Meeting Organizer: Look for responses
Meeting Organizer: Declined room or resource
Meeting Organizer: Make changes to scheduled Meeting
Cancel Meeting
Exercise: Accept a Meeting Request
Track Your Tasks :
Open Tasks application
Create a new Task
Task fields
Sort Tasks views
Exercise: Create a new Task
Record your work on a Task
Exercise: Record work on a Task
Complete a Task
Exercise: Complete a Task
Delete a Task
Documents and Public Folders :
Documents
Public Folders
Outlook Web Access Light :
Start Outlook Web Access Light Version
Mail
Calendar
Contacts
Options