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== How To Use Webmail ==
 
== How To Use Webmail ==
  
*Explore this course offered through our lynda.com subscription (you will need to log on with your Middlebury username and password):  [http://www.lynda.com/Office-tutorials/Outlook-Web-App-OWA-2013-Essential-Training/149121-2.html?org=middlebury.edu%20 Outlook Web App (OWA) 2013 Essential Training]
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*Explore this course offered through our lynda.com subscription (you will need to log on with your Middlebury username and password):  [https://www.lynda.com/OWA-tutorials/Outlook-web-Essential-Training/529633-2.html?org=middlebury.edu Outlook on the Web Essential Training]
  
 
*Refer to Microsoft's documentation for full details about all aspects of Webmail use:
 
*Refer to Microsoft's documentation for full details about all aspects of Webmail use:

Revision as of 09:38, 8 December 2016

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

How to Log On to Webmail (OWA)

There are a number of ways to access the Webmail login page:

  • From the Middlebury home page, click Quick Links at the bottom, then click Webmail.
  • Use http://go/mail in your web browser's address field.


How To Use Webmail


Learn About Webmail Light


The light version of Webmail has fewer features. Creating and maintaining e-mail rules, for example, is not supported.


Known Issues


  • Changing the setting to request the "light" version of Webmail does not work with many browser/platform combinations.
  • Use of Chrome to manage group membership results in the error, "web page isn't loading correctly."
  • The "Recover Deleted Items" function does not work.


Frequently-Asked Questions


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