Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a contact from scratch, part of Outlook Web App (OWA) 2013 Essential Training.
…From the point of view of Microsoft Exchange server and…OWA, there are two types of individuals, two types of contacts.…People inside our organization, and people outside of our organization.…And we'll find all of those in one way or another, in People.…So there are two different lists that are maintained.…The first is a list that's called all users.…This is part of the global address book.…So you're global book might also have different rooms in it…where different rooms that can you schedule are here, users it…might have groups, everybody in…the accounting department, everybody in finance,…everybody in H.R And then finally it might have all contacts.…
Sometimes that's not used in organizations, they simply use all users.…And then there's a, offline global address list…which are the people who you can use when…you're on offline mode, and it should be the same as all users.…This is the global address book.…This is going to provide whatever kind of information…is required for someone to be here and this…varies by organization and so if we go take…
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
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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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