FACULTY: you may use faculty academic email account, in addition to your employee Outlook account. You may find it convenient to give students your academic email address for correspondence and submission of class work, while giving your regular employee email address to everyone else. By this method, you can segregate your student correspondence from other emails. Your academic email address would be firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you are student or faculty, the web URL address to access your email is Office 365
Also, see the
Academic Email web page for more information about procedures.
Click on any word in red to see more information on that topic!
Logging In to Academic Email
Under the web part titled My Email you will find the link to Academic Email. The web part will contain information on how many new message that you have received.
*When logging in for the first time, you may need to click “Click Here to Log In”
You can log into any type of device ( desktop, mobile ,laptop) with any type of browser and go directly to https://outlook.office.com/owa
Enter your log on credentials
You will be directed to the MyCCAC sign-in page
your NetID password. Click "Sign In"
Click "Sign In"
A. New Email Function | Click on the New icon to compose a new email or click on the drop down arrow to compose a new email message or new calendar event.
B. Search Window | Conduct a keyword(s) search to locate a contact or email.
C. Folders pane | Displays a list of folders in your inbox. Collapse or expand the folder selection by clicking on the triangle next to the heading. To create a new folder, right click on an existing folder and click Create new subfolder.
D. Inbox | Displays all of the email messages in a conversation view. Will show all read and unread messages, attachments, flags, or category associated with each message. Select the arrow next to the All icon to sort your messages.
E. Reading Pane | Displays messages or conversations selected in the folders pane or in the inbox. You can respond to any message in the reading pane by selecting it and then selecting Reply. You can also print an email by selecting the Reply menu and selecting Print.
F. Command Bar | The command bar contains a list of common functions to perform such as replying, deleting, sweeping, archiving, moving, and categorizing emails. The command bar is available across the Mail, Calendar, People, and Task features.
Managing Your Mail:
a New Message
Moving or Copying Messages
More information on Managing Your Address Book:
Adding a New Contact
Importing or Exporting Contacts
Your Address Book
B. My calendars | View multiple calendars simultaneously. You can also add other people’s calendars. To create a new calendar, right-click My calendar and select new calendar. To rename or remove a calendar, right-click the calendar and select Rename or Remove.
C. Calendar | Shows the calendar in month view. You can scroll through the months by clicking on the forward and backward arrows. When clicking on a particular date, Outlook will highlight it. The current date is always highlighted.
D. Calendar pane | Create a new appointment by double-clicking a day or time. View upcoming meetings and events at-a-glance.
E. View options | Choose how you want to view your calendar by Day, Week, Work Week, or Month view.
F. Command bar | The command bar appears above the calendar. Use this to share or print a calendar.
G. New event | Create a new calendar event by clicking on New and then Event.
|Calendar Views||Editing or Deleting Events||Setting Options for your Calendar|
|Adding a New Event||Importing/Exporting Calendar||Category Management|
|Setting Alarms||Printing your Calendar||Date and Time Options|
|Recurring Events||User Preferences|