Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Addressing a message, part of Outlook Web App (OWA) 2013 Essential Training.
…We're going to create a new email, and the first thing we'll…do is click the new mail button, and it will open up.…It's actually not in a separate window in OWA 2013.…It's here kind of baked in to the reading…pane to the right of the information viewer.…If you want to pop it out, you can.…That's what this button here is for and it…will actually open that mail in a separate window.…And it'll, of course, be blocked by your browser normally.…So we can say, always allow that, and it will go back.…
And now, when I say new email, and I pop…it out, it'll actually pop out in a separate window.…So, you might do this if you were working on two emails at one time,…and needed to be able to see them next each other or copy and paste.…But,…before you just assume that's what you need to do, try living…with this built-in version a little bit because it actually works very well.…So I want to address this and I can begin by…simply typing in an email address, if I know what it is.…
And say, yep, use that address that I typed in.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Launching OWA
- Sending email messages
- Attaching files
- Replying and forwarding
- Applying categories to email
- Creating an email signature
- Using automatic replies
- Creating appointments and repeating appointments
- Creating contacts
- Sharing a calendar
- Creating tasks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with OWA
2. Sending Email Messages
3. Receiving Email Messages
4. Applying Tags to Messages and Other Items
5. Managing Email
6. Setting Mail Options
7. Using the Calendar
8. Working with Meetings
9. Working with People
10. Using Tasks
11. Using OWA for the iPad and iPhone (Office 365 only)
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