Outlook

Moving Archived Mail from a PST File to Office 365

The University’s migration of faculty and staff electronic mailboxes to Office 365 is bringing m

Moving Archived Mail from a PST File to Office 365
Read your email with an email client (like Outlook)

Connect an email client like Outlook or Mac Mail to your My Pitt Email.

Read your email with an email client (like Outlook)
Using Digital Certificates for Email Messages

Using Digital Certificates to Sign and Encrypt Email Messages

Using Digital Certificates for Email Messages
Office 2013: Introduction

With the release of Office 2013, Microsoft has made several improvements to the Office suite that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. This document summarizes some of the new features in Office 2013 but is by no means an all-inclusive list of changes.

Office 2013: Introduction
More Information About Office 365

Find out more about the features of Office 365. It is more than just My Pitt Email.

More Information About Office 365
Office 365 at Pitt

Office 365 is a powerful set of online services that encompasses email, calendaring, file sharing, video, collaboration tools, and more.

Office 365 at Pitt
Configuring IMAP Mail Clients to Enable SMTP Authentication

Configuring IMAP Email Clients to Enable SMTP Authentication

Configuring IMAP Mail Clients to Enable SMTP Authentication
Outlook: Setting Delegates

An Exchange mailbox owner can give management permissions to personal Exchange resources to another individual who is known as a delegate.

Outlook: Setting Delegates
Outlook: Creating Rules

Microsoft Outlook provides a way for users to manage and organize their email using rules. This document explains how to create rules with all versions of Microsoft Outlook: 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013.

Outlook: Creating Rules
Office 2007: Introduction

This is an introductory page about Microsoft Office 2007 - Outlining new features including the ribbon interface, file formats, getting help and application-specific changes.

Office 2007: Introduction