Outlook how to guides
Outlook is the ultimate tool to enhance organisation and productivity. Outlook is used to access email and incorporates the management of information including email, calendar and people all in one place.
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- Move from Google to Outlook
- Send an email
- Set an out of office
- Set up an email signature
- Canned email messages
- ... and more
Shared mailboxes are useful when multiple staff are working together on a project or task and need all the emails to be located in a single account. This keeps your shared emails separate from your work emails. Up to 25 staff can access a shared mailbox to view, forward, reply and file emails.
Setting up an email signature?
Refer to Griffith Branding Guidelines for signature structure
Primarily you use your calendar for managing appointments and meetings. You can create multiple calendars, link to other people's calendars, and share your calendar with other people.
You can view your calendar four different ways, (Day, Work week, Week and Month). You can delegate access to your calendar and suggest event locations and meetings rooms, meeting RSVP tracking, multiple time zones, directory details and Bcc (blind carbon copy) warning.
Google Calendar - bookings after 2 July
- Academic Calendar
The Academic Calendar is updated annually and contains the semester information and important study dates for the academic year.
- Meeting Free Weeks Calendar
Each year, the University's Executive Group approves a number of meeting free weeks which take into account the Universities Australia Common Weeks and Griffith's Academic Calendar vacation weeks.
- Digital Solutions Maintenance Calendar
The Maintenance Calendar shows the planned IT maintenance periods for the year.