E-mail and Calendaring Tips & TricksEmail | Calendar | Resource Coordinators
- Change Entourage's Attachment Encoding Settings
- Create a New Outlook Profile from the Control Panel
- Deleted and Junk e-mail: Where does it go?
- Free up more space by archiving your mail into PST files
- Forward e-mail to another account.
- Managing junk e-mail settings in Outlook and Outlook Web App
- Outlook Web App - Disable Conversation View
- Remove invalid entries from your nickname cache
- Restore line breaks
- Set up an out-of-office reply
- Set up Entourage 2008, Web Services Edition
- Configure Entourage 2008, Web Services Edition to Open a Folder in a Shared Mailbox or Calendar
- Set up Outlook to open a shared mailbox as a second mailbox
- Set up Outlook 2007 to connect to the Central Exchange servers using Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) - on campus
- Set up Outlook 2007 to connect to the Central Exchange servers using Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) - off campus
- Set up Outlook 2007 for users on the Central Exchange system
- Set up Outlook 2010 for users on the Central Exchange system
- Set up Outlook 2010 to connect to the Central Exchange servers using Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) - ex: for off campus use
- Set up Outlook 2013 for users on the Central Exchange system
- Set up Outlook 2011 for Mac with Central Exchange
- Outlook for Mac 2011 Best Practices
- Set up an iPhone to connect to Central Exchange
- Set up an e-mail client (ex: Mozilla Thunderbird) using secure Imap.
- Shortcut to resolve names quickly when composing e-mail
- Update the password stored for your Exchange account on a mobile device.
- Update the password stored for your Exchange account on a Windows Mobile device
- Use the ImportLDIF Script to import contacts (advanced)
- Daylight Saving Time Information
- Import Exchange rule for Calendar-Only Account to Only Leave Calendar Items in your Inbox
- Import Exchange rule for Calendar-Only Account to Leave Calendar and Voice Mail Items in your Inbox
- Import Holidays into your Outlook Calendar
- Sharing your calendar or opening another user's shared calendar
- Configuring delegates for room and equipment resources.
- Limit access to a room or equipment resource
- Manage the membership of a distribution list or permissions group
- Outlook - disable/enable offline address book
- SHARED MAILBOX: Open a shared mailbox using Outlook Web Access (OWA)
- SHARED MAILBOX: Set up Outlook to connect directly to a shared mailbox
- SHARED MAILBOX: Set up Outlook to open a shared mailbox as a second mailbox
- Sharing a resource's calendar and opening a resource's shared calendar.
- Student Exceptions: Explanation and summary of the process.
- Migrating a Child Domain Exchange Mailbox to a Central Exchange Mailbox.
- Why do recipients receive winmail.dat instead of the attachments I sent to them?
The "Outlook Terminal Server" was created specifically for instances where people need to configure a setting only available using an Outlook client and either do not have access to an Outlook client installed on a PC or if a user's PC login does not allow them to configure Exchange settings such as delegate access. Instructions for connecting to the Outlook Terminal Server are available at http://help.mail.colostate.edu/tt_outlook_remote.aspx
Common Task Performed on the Outlook Terminal Server
- Configure Delegate Access: To setup delegate access, connect to the Outlook Terminal server and follow the steps outlined in the Delegate section (starting on Page 9) of the Outlook 2003 - Calendar Training Handout (PDF).
- Import Calendar Only Rules: If you have selected the
Central Exchange for Calendar Onlyoption from eID, you should import the Exchange rules for Calendar-only users - this is a one-time setup that must be done from Outlook. The reasoning behind this is explained further at Import Exchange rules for "calendar-only users". Please note, however, that the process varies slightly if you are importing the rule using the Outlook Terminal Server. Please refer to the instructions in the
Import Calendar Only Rulesfile on the desktop when you login to the Outlook Terminal Server.