Office 365 Email
Email is the integral part of Office 365. Built on the Microsoft Exchange system, Office 365 email provides a robust email system compatible with multiple clients and services.
Below you will find tutorials on how to leverage Office 365 to its fullest potential, including how to set up your email in Outlook, using OWA and more.
Client Email Setup
The Office 365 email system is the core of Microsoft Office 365, offering a feature-rich robust web mail client.
These tutorials will assist you in setting up your email on multiple supported clients. While any desktop mailing client that supports Exchange can be used, ITS generally recommends using Microsoft Outlook 2013 for Windows machines and Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Mac on OSX machines.
Outlook Web App
Office 365 included a feature-rich and robust online web client for when you are at a machine that does not have Microsoft Outlook or a similar program installed.
Called Outlook Web App, it can be found at and can be accessed from any computer.
Using Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook 2013 for Windows and Outlook 2011 for Mac are the preferred email desktop clients at the University of Idaho. Outlook offers a full, feature-rich Exchange environment that includes email, calendaring, delegation and sharing, email rules and thousands of other features.
We will soon introduce tutorials will assist you in getting the most out of your Outlook installation. Learn the basics of Outlook as well as advanced features with our easy-to-follow tutorials.
Office 365 Mobile Use
Your Office 365 account can also be synced to your mobile device, such as your Android or iPhone smartphone or your mobile tablet.
Most mobile devices support full Exchange connectivity, meaning your calendar will also sync in addition to your email. These tutorials will walk you through setting up your account on your mobile device.