This article is designed to guide iOS users through the process of configuring Mail to access their Exchange account for email and calendaring.
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This article is a statement from the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Leo Howell, regarding HIPAA Data in Microsoft OneDrive
Office 365 (O365) has been vetted and approved by the Information Security Office for storage of sensitive data including HIPAA covered data. The University has a current Business Associate Agreement with Microsoft, in which Microsoft has agreed to take responsibility for addressing security of the cloud environment in which our data is stored. However, the security provided by Microsoft does not account for user-level actions in sharing, downloading and printing documents in O365. To ensure that sensitive documents are always protected, owners of documents in O365 should follow the guidelines below:
This article is designed to guide users through the required steps in setting up an out-of-office auto-response message using Outlook Web Client. If you are on Exchange, this will ensure that the notification will work at both the server level and client levels.
Open a web browser and go to outlook.uoregon.edu and sign-in with your Duck ID and password. Once authenticated, click on the Settings menu in the upper right-hand corner and select Set Automatic Replies.
This article is designed to guide Outlook 2016 users through the access levels and settings for sharing their calendar to other people.
Calendar permissions in Outlook 2016 are designed to show your calendar to anyone you wish at a desired detailed level ranging from everything to nothing at all. This article will provide an overview of how roles are assigned and the access that each role provides.
Using the Desktop app
Outlook 2016 for Windows and Mac use the same methodology in assigning roles to whomever you decide. The route getting to those settings differs by operating system.