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You can access your e-mail using '''WebMail''', also called "'''Outlook Web Access (OWA)'''", from any networked computer, using any standard web browser.
 
You can access your e-mail using '''WebMail''', also called "'''Outlook Web Access (OWA)'''", from any networked computer, using any standard web browser.
  
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This information only applies to email accounts that have been migrated to the new Exchange 2013 server.
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*'''Student''' mailboxes will migrate beginning Wed, Dec 17 through Fri, Dec 19, 2014.
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*'''Faculty & Staff''' mailboxes will migrate beginning Sat, Dec 20 through Sun, Dec 21, 2014.
 
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=== What's New & Different? ===
 
=== What's New & Different? ===

Revision as of 15:39, 16 December 2014

Webmail Using Exchange 2013

You can access your e-mail using WebMail, also called "Outlook Web Access (OWA)", from any networked computer, using any standard web browser.

This information only applies to email accounts that have been migrated to the new Exchange 2013 server.

  • Student mailboxes will migrate beginning Wed, Dec 17 through Fri, Dec 19, 2014.
  • Faculty & Staff mailboxes will migrate beginning Sat, Dec 20 through Sun, Dec 21, 2014.


What's New & Different?

Outlook Web App now has a more minimalist look featuring extra space, designed with "touch" devices in mind. The most noticeable differences are the shift of many buttons/links to the upper right corner and the fact that Public Folders are no longer accessible when using the Web App.

Here's how you can quickly get up to speed on the changes:


Frequently-Asked Questions

Refer our Webmail FAQs to see what others have been asking!


Learn How To Use Webmail