In Outlook 2013 Besides, you can directly open a regular mailbox, on-line archive mailbox or shared-mailbox in the left pane as a folder and look for your emails a usual. In addition, you can use the Instant Search pane search your emails by the following the quick steps. Input the search keyword; Select the suitable […]
You can either access a shared mailbox via Outlook client or Outlook Webmail (OWA). Access via Outlook client (2016) If you have permissions to a shared mailbox, the shared mailbox will be automatically available in the Folder pane of Outlook. Remark: If you recently gained access permission to a shared mailbox, it may take a […]
An undelivered message or a bounce back message occurs in the form of an email that is sent to your account after the failure to deliver a message that you have attempted to send. This message is generated either by the server of sender-side or recipient-side. The bounce back messages are a method to let […]
In OWA, you can use the mail search function to find email. You can refer to the following steps. Select one of your mailboxes in the left pane (e.g. “In-Place Archive – <your user ID>”) ; Input the search keyword; Then the OWA will show the search result and you can read the emails as […]
By default, the email retention period is 15 months. Your emails older than the retention period will be archived to your online archive* mailbox automatically. In addition, you can also select some emails and move to your online archive mailbox manually. You can also assign 1 Month, 3 Months or 6 Months Archive policy for […]
To prevent against potential viruses, Staff Email, Student Webmail and UM@Connect Lifelong Email services do not allow to send or reject to receive certain types of attachments that are commonly used to transmit viruses or malicious software. The emails will be automatically rejected if they contain one of below file types as the attachment. The […]
Enter your UMPASS user ID and password to sign in to Outlook Webmail (OWA) – https://staffmail.um.edu.mo. Right-click your mailbox in the Folder pane, and then choose “Add shared folder”. In “Add shared folder” dialog box, type the name or email address of the shared mailbox, and then click “Add”. The shared mailbox is displayed in the Folder pane of Outlook […]
Refer to User Document Number 90-10003 Quick Reference Guide of Using MS Exchange 2013 Outlook Web App.