Outlook is often used mainly as an email application, however it also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, and note taking.
Outlook can be accessed in two ways. The first is by the application which is installed on your computer (desktop application). The second way to connect to your mail is (webmail), via an internet browser like Internet Explorer. Here is how to connect to each…
utlook (desktop application)
When a user starts Outlook on their computer for the first time, a new Outlook profile will automatically be generated. Once your profile is generated (could take 1 minute or so), you will be able to begin using Outlook.
More than just Email
Calendars are used quite heavily as a means to coordinate internal meetings and meetings with home office support.
Learn how to use these features by checking out these resources:
Microsoft Office 365
LEGACY: Microsoft Office 2010
Spam Filtering and Email Encryption
With the integration of Mimecast, we are able to provide more secure email communication using Outlook. Mimecast is the service we use for spam protection as well as email encryption (when sensitive information is sent via email).
Need additional help with spam filtering and email encryption using Mimecast? Check out these resources directly from the Mimecast page.
Outlook is also accessible via an internet browser. This is useful if you need to access your email on a computer other than your company issued computer.
Microsoft Office 365 Webmail Login
1) Navigate to the Microsoft Office 365 portal: https://portal.office.com
2) Enter your company Email Address and Password.
LEGACY: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Webmail Login
1) Navigate to the company dedicated Outlook Webmail site: https://mail.maxwell-group.com/owa
2) Select the appropriate Security selection.
3) Enter your SLC Username and Password. This is the same username and password used to log onto your company issued computer.