is Web Access Email
can access your email via a web browser. All you need is an
Internet connection. This allows you to check your email anytime
do I connect to Web Access Email?
on Click Here to Access Your WebMail
the login dialog box,
Name: your Rowan email address
your Rowan password
will bring you to the Web Access Main Window
Access Main Window
for information about the icons in the toolbar
an Email Message
the message you want to read in the Inbox.
Note New e-mail messages always arrive
in the Inbox and are displayed as bold type.
the message to open it.
To view the previous message in the current folder, click
Previous Item .
To view the next message in the current folder, click Next
a New Email Message
create messages in the New Message form.
Note: This is the same form Microsoft Office
Outlook Web Access provides for replying to and forwarding
messages. When replying to messages, the heading information
(To, From, and Subject) is already filled out for you.
the Inbox, on the toolbar, click New.
the To and Cc boxes, type the names or e-mail aliases of
the message recipients. Separate multiple names with semicolons
add blind carbon copy recipients, type their names in the
Bcc box. Bcc recipients will receive a copy of the message,
but their names won't appear in the list of recipients.
Bcc recipients can't see the names of other Bcc recipients.
Tip You can also address the message by
clicking the addressbook icon
next to To, Cc, or Bcc. This opens the Find Names dialog
box, which allows you to search for a person in your organization's
global address list. After you locate a person in the Find
Names dialog box, add the name to your e-mail message by
selecting the name and then clicking To, Cc, or Bcc next
to Add recipient to. When you finish addressing the message,
a brief subject line in the Subject box.
your message in the message body.
Reply to All or Forward to an Email Message
reply or reply to all to a message
the Read Message form toolbar, click Reply
or Reply to All
you click Reply, the To text box is already addressed
to the sender of the original message. The text of the
original message is copied to the message body.
your reply within or above the sender's original message.
Forward a message
the Read Message form toolbar, click Forward
the To box, type the e-mail address you want to forward
the message to.
text of the original message is copied to the message
body. Type your reply within or above the sender's original
can attach any type of file that is accessible from your computer
or through your network to any Outlook Web Access item. You
can also remove attachments from an item.
attach a file to an e-mail message:
creating your message, click Add an Attachment
on the toolbar.
Browse (Step One) to locate the file.
Attach (Step Two) and the file will appear
under Current file attachments ( Step Three).
steps 1-3 for each additional file you want to attach.
return to the form you were working in, click Go
Back to Message on the toolbar. The files you
selected now appear in the heading, next to Attachments.
remove one or more attachments from a message:
access an attachment if it isn't already open, click Add
an Attachment on the toolbar.
Current file attachments, select the check boxes next to
the files you want to remove.
Attachments aren't copied when you reply to a message. Instead,
a placeholder icon appears in place of the file. To include
attachments, forward the message instead of replying to
display your mailbox folders, click Folders in the Navigation
Pane. Your Exchange mailbox folders include Calendar, Contacts,
Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, Journal, Notes, Outbox, Sent
Items, and Tasks.
folder list also displays any personal folders you have
can access your organization's public folders by clicking
Public Folders in the Navigation Pane.
item in the folder list links to a folder. Clicking Calendar,
for example, displays your appointments and meetings for
the day. Clicking Inbox displays the items in your Inbox.
there are new, unopened items in any of your folders, the
number of new items appears in parentheses next to that