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Managing Your UB Exchange Mail

Take charge of your email experience. Learn about the particulars of UBmail Powered by Exchange and read tips to help you navigate the settings.

6/19/14
Find out how much space your email messages and attachments can occupy.
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Use email forwarding to take mail destined for one email address and redirect it to a different email address. You can set a forward so email addressed to your UBmail Powered by Exchange address is delivered to a non-UB email address.
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See tips on how to manage your Deleted Items folder and recover messages that have been deleted.
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Discover how to use Outlook’s address book to look up and select names, email addresses and distribution lists.
8/15/14
Manage your email while you are away by setting up an automatic reply message (vacation response) that Outlook will send on your behalf.
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Learn about spam filtering, find out how to navigate spam filter settings and see how to prevent messages from certain email addresses from being delivered to your Inbox.
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Faculty and staff who are migrating to UBmail Powered by Exchange and have exported their address books from their previous email client can import them into Outlook to work with Exchange mail. Learn how to import contacts that you have exported from your former email client.
12/3/14
Configure your mobile device to access UBmail Powered by Exchange (Exchange mail).
9/26/14
If you lose your smartphone or want to upgrade to a newer model, ensure that Exchange messages cannot be read by erasing (wiping) your phone.
6/19/14
Learn about the process of leaving UBmail Powered by Exchange and moving to UBmail (Central Email) or UBmail Powered by Google.
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Find out whether you can keep your UBmail Powered by Exchange account after you leave UB.
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Set an email rule (filter) to sort your email delivery.
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Sometimes individuals on UBmail Powered by Exchange send messages that contian a file called Winmail.dat that some other email clients can't open properly. See how to configure Outlook to not send those files.

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