Using Outlook Web Access 2007
A range of in-training or established professionals needing to learn how to use Outlook Web Access 2007 without any experience with the specific product.
Basic computing and word-processing skills, familiarity with some web and design terminology, and experience working in a Microsoft Windows environment.
Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2007 has many improvements over previous web-based mail products set forth by Microsoft. Enhancements start with a redesigned interface, and include new Calendar, Mail, and Document features. Everyday tasks such as composing e-mail and scheduling tasks in the Calendar are simplified using OWA 2007. You can recover deleted e-mails, and the global address list feature allows you to search and locate contacts more efficiently. The OWA Light version is available for users with slow Internet connections, or those using web browsers other than Internet Explorer. OWA Light is designed to be available to most users, but at the cost of a reduced features set and limited interface.
Outlook Web Access 2007 Inbox Management
- differentiate between the features of OWA and OWA Light 2007
- log on to OWA 2007
- compose and send an e-mail in OWA 2007
- customize your inbox in OWA 2007
- manage your OWA 2007 e-mail
Keeping Organized with Outlook Web Access 2007
- create an appointment in OWA 2007
- use the Scheduling Assistant to set up a meeting in OWA 2007
- create a contact in OWA 2007
- create a task in OWA 2007
- create a new location in the Documents tab in OWA 2007
- create a contact
- use the Calendar
- create a task