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Click on the Navigation Menu. Depending on the size of your window, this may be located in the upper left-hand corner or near the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Select either Email, Calendar, People or Tasks to move between the main areas of Outlook.
Navigate to outlook.depaul.edu and log in with your Campus Connect username and password.
Click on the round profile picture at the the top right-hand corner of the screen, and select Sign out.
Conversation view allows you to organize your inbox by related messages. It shows the complete course of a conversation, including your responses from your Sent folder, grouped together in your inbox. Messages are arranged by the time the last response was received. Click the arrow to the left of a conversation to see all messages in the conversation.
To turn conversation view on or off, click the Filter menu above your Inbox. Select Show as, and then check or uncheck Conversations.
Click OK to save your changes.
Click on the round profile picture at the top right-hand
corner of the screen, and select Open
another mailbox… . Type the username
of the account you wish to open. Click Search
Directory. The full name and email
address of the account should appear.
Click Open. Note: To open another account, the owner of
that account must assign you delegate rights.
To open a calendar that has been shared with you, click Add Calendar, then select From directory. Search for the user or resource account in the directory and click Open.
To share your calendar with another user, click Share. Begin typing in the text box titled Share with to search the directory for the user. Customize the sharing email in the fields below and click Send.
People: You can search for a DePaul employee or resource
account in the DePaul Directory from the People page of Outlook on the Web.
Email: You can also
search the DePaul Directory directly from the To field, when drafting an email.
Outlook on the Web works in a browser, and lets you
get your email whenever you are online. Keyboard shortcuts and navigation for
the online experience are different from Outlook 2016 desktop. If you use a
screen reader, this
article can help, as well as these most commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook on the Web.
Alternatively, you can decide to use the Light version of Outlook on the Web. It has an HTML interface that some people prefer to use with a
screen reader. For more
information about the Light version of Outlook, see the next
section titled Outlook Light.
Log into outlook.depaul.edu.
Go to Settings > Options > General > Light Version.
Check the Use the light version of Outlook box.
Sign out of the Outlook, close your browser, and sign in
again using a supported browser. You may need to close all open browser
windows before you can sign in again.