Exchange - Outlook Web App (OWA)
Outlook Web App (OWA) looks and feels very similar to Outlook 2010
and 2007. You can send and receive messages and attachments, create
folders and organize messages within the folders, view calendar
appointments and contacts, look up names in the Global Address
List (GAL), set up the Out of Office Assistant, and more.
Watch an introduction to OWA video.
For more about features available in OWA, see Outlook Web App.
For information about supported browsers, see Supported browsers
For introduction to OWA "Getting Started", see Getting Started with OWA
To understand the difference between the Standard and Light interfaces,
see Interface Option
Microsoft Outlook Help concerning supported e-mail programs and features,
see E-mail programs & Features
Additional question on Outlook Web App (OWA), Microsoft Outlook, or
Exchange visit our FAQ page
See below for important components of OWA:
What is the username/password for OWA? Use your faculty/staff Clarion username -- the same username/password you use to login to MyClarion and other Clarion services like D2L.
See also the screeshot and related FAQs for the OWA Main 'Landing' page