Most importantly, is your email running slow? Start deleting emails from your mailbox! The more email you have, the slower your system will run.
Tutorial showing email deletion using control key (for selecting within list), shift key (for selection of entire block) and sorting by column.
What is that daily Mail Summary email report?
How to manage the email that either mistakenly gets identified as spam or email that you want labeled as spam so it won't come into your mailbox.
How do I search the email archives?
How do I form a group for sending email?
How do I send an attachment?
How do I check my email from home?
How can I make folders for saving received email?
How can I change my password?
How do I make a signature to my email?
How do I make an email rule?


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This website is maintained by Colleen McLain
updated November 17, 2008

This page may contain links to outside sources.  The Center School District is not responsible for any content housed/published on those sites.

 

 

 


How can I change my password?
1.

Open Groupwise

2. Go to Tools, then Options
3. Double click the Security tab
4. Enter your old password, enter your new password, then verify your new password.

How do I make a signature to my email?

1.

Go to Tools in Groupwise, Options, then Environment.

2. Click the Signature tab.
3. Check the signature box and enter your contact information in the signature field. The last thing to notice - how you want to attach your signature? Do you want it automatically added to every email you send? Or would you rather to be prompted so you can determine which emails you end by adding your signature? Select the option you want here.
4. Finally click OK and Close out of the Options box.
How do I make an email rule?
1.

Go to Tools, Rule.

2. In the Rules window, click New.
3. Give the Rule a name.
4. Select the event. This tip is going to show incoming email, so I'm selecting Received items.
5. Next define conditions. First we want the item type to be Mail.
5a. Secondly click Define Conditions. This is where you will determine how you want to separate out email – for example by the sender, subject or who it was sent to. Whatever you decide here, the title, group or name, needs to be consistent. So let’s say I wanted to put all Tech Tips in a folder. You should select Subject, then the Contains button, and fill the blank field with the subject of Tech Tip. (This will work only because I name all my Tech Tips as "Tech Tip #4" where the "Tech Tip" portion of the subject is always the same.) Another example, if you are a member of a listserv, you would select To, Contains, then enter the listserv address in the blank field because the listserv address will always be consistent.
6. Click OK.
7. Next click Add Action, then Move to Folder. This option will allow your rule set in step 5 to be routed directly into a folder, rather than your inbox. Once the Move Item to Folder Action window is open, click the plus sign next to the Cabinet, find your desired folder and check the box to the left of the folder. Finally, click Move, Save, then Close. (This is also where you set up an Out Of Office message. The action will be to Reply and enter the text of your email. Be careful when setting this up as to who your response actually goes to - you probably want to respond within the district but not to listservs and other email discussion groups.)



Center School District

This website is maintained by Colleen McLain
updated November 17, 2008

This page may contain links to outside sources.  The Center School District is not responsible for any content housed/published on those sites.