OneDrive is the heart and soul of the Office 365 experience - the place to store your documents for access no matter where you are and the key to sharing documents with fellow students, co-workers and peers.
Make sure you understand Texas State rules on securing confidential data when using OneDrive storage.
For many, the inbox is the command center for their day. It’s the way to keep track of what is going on and what needs to get done. Outlook’s Focused Inbox makes this process easier by helping you focus on the emails that matter most to you. It separates your inbox into two tabs—Focused and Other. Emails that matter most to you are in the Focused tab, while the rest remain easily accessible—but out of the way in the Other tab. You’ll be informed about email flowing to “Other”, and you can switch between tabs at any time to take a quick look.
The more you use Focused Inbox, the smarter it gets about how it organizes your messages. You can also teach Outlook what matters most to you by moving emails between Focused and Other, and setting overrides to make sure emails from certain senders always show up in a particular destination.
For more about what makes Focused Inbox great, see Outlook helps you focus on what matters to you.
The new BobcatMail web interface through Office 365 has changed the default setting from Reply to Reply All when you reply to an email. Before you get stuck accidentally sending emails to people you don't mean to, you can change your default back to Reply following these simple steps:
1. In the Office 365 Mail app, click the gear icon to get to your settings.
2. On the settings menu on the right, click Mail. Another menu will open on the left. Click Reply Settings.
3. Under "Make my default response" click the button next to Reply, and click Save.
You're all set - no more danger of Office 365 BobcatMail accidentally sending emails to everyone when you don't want it to.
The Junk Email Filter evaluates each incoming message to assess whether it might be spam, based on several factors. These can include the time when the message was sent and the content of the message. By default, the Junk Email Filter is turned on and the protection level is set to Low. This level catches only the most obvious spam. You can make the filter more aggressive by changing the level of protection that it provides.
NOTE: The Outlook Junk Email Filter doesn’t stop delivery of junk email messages, but moves suspected spam to the Junk E-mail folder.
You can adjust the Junk Email Filter settings in the Junk E-mail Options dialog box. On the Home tab, in the Delete group, click Junk, and then click Junk E-mail Options.
More information about managing incoming messages in Outlook is available in a training course at Lynda.com.
The Safe Senders list will prevent emails received from the email addresses in the list from going to your Spam folder. We will show you how to access the Safe Senders list and add email addresses to it. You can also add entire domains (e.g., @example.com) to the list.
To begin, click Junk in the Delete section of the Home tab and select Junk E-mail Options from the drop-down menu.
On the Junk E-mail Options dialog box, click the Safe Senders tab, then click Add.
On the Add address or domain dialog box, enter an email address or a domain name in the edit box and click OK.
Click Add for every email address and domain name you want to add to the list. Click OK when you are finished.
You can also automatically trust email addresses in your Contacts by selecting the Also trust e-mail from my Contacts check box.
If you want people to which you send email to be automatically added to the Safe Senders list, whether or not they are in your Contacts, select the Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List check box.
You can use the Import from File and Export to File buttons to export your list for use on another computer or to import a list from another computer, or simply to back up your list. The email addresses and domain names are exported one address or domain name to a line in a .txt file.
More information about managing incoming messages in Outlook is available in a training course at Lynda.com
By default, emails in the Office 365 version of BobcatMail are displayed in Conversations mode. Messages that share the same subject are grouped together in one email string. Some people love the change, others not so much. If you are one of the latter, don't worry, it's simple to go back to displaying your emails as they come in, no matter what they subject line is. To turn conversations mode off, follow these steps.
1. Open Mail through Office 365 and go to your inbox. Click Filter.
2. Click Show as, and click Messages.
That's it. Conversations are turned off and you're back into the familiar messages mode that Outlook used for many years.