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Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager produced by Microsoft, and is part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Although used primarily as an e-mail application, it also provides a calendar, note taking and journal, task and contact management. Client Computing, in an effort to help campus users take advantage of and understand this powerful communication, educational and professional tool, provides basic how-to guide information on how to use Outlook, Faculty, Staff, Misc. Email, and Student Email (Office 365).
Detailed information on Office 365 (Student Email) and SkyDrive (Student Personal File Storage) can be found here: http://www.nwmissouri.edu/compserv/clientcomputing/email/livefaq.htm
If you want to set up your Faculty, Staff, Misc. Email on your mobile phone, here is the information you need to know:
If you do not have the Exchange (or ActiveSync) option on your mobile phone, please call the Information Technology - Client Computing Help Desk at 660.562.1634 for assistance.
The following 2010 Microsoft Office Quick Reference guides (http://www.customguide.com/computer-training/quick-references) are created by Custom Guide, Inc. (www.customguide.com) and are used by Client Computing with the permission of Custom Guide, Inc.
According to Custom Guide, the following printable quick references are yours to use, distribute, and share at Northwest Missouri State University for educational, not-for-profit purposes. Custom Guide materials may not be used, copied or distributed for commercial purposes. Custom Guide materials must also always be properly attributed to Custom Guide Inc. as the copyright holder.
Note: Custom Guide, Inc. provides a wide array of Microsoft Office and Windows training services and materials, including online training. If interested in other Custom Guide training, please see their web site at: http://www.customguide.com/.
If you need further email assistance and have questions that the guides do not answer, contact the Information Technology-Client Computing Help Desk at 660.562.1634.