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    1. The Edumail website has changed and is now called Outlook Web App (OWA). Please go to to access your District email from home.
    2. When you access Outlook Web App, you will notice some interface changes. Learn more about Outlook Web App basic navigation.
    3. Outlook Online comes with some new features. Check out this short video to learn what’s new in Outlook Online. (This video applies to the Outlook Web App and the features described here may be in a different place in the Outlook desktop client.)
    4. The first time you log into the Outlook desktop client, you may be asked to enter in your email address and password. Click “remember password” to avoid being asked again. You may also receive a prompt to allow your account’s server settings to be configured (AutoDiscover). Click “allow”.
    5. You were recently upgraded to Office 2016, which updated your Outlook desktop client as well. Check out the Outlook 2016 Quick Start Guide.
    6. Mobile devices need to be re-configured to receive email. If you don’t have access to mail on your mobile device, you can now set it up by following these instructions. Click for iOS instructions or Android instructions.
    7. You may receive emails from reporting that an email was spam-quarantined. These are high-risk messages identified by Office 365 and are not automatically released to your inbox. Visit to release the message back to your inbox.
    8. If you were expecting an email and don’t see it in your inbox, check that the message wasn’t delivered to your Junk Email folder. Learn how to manage your Junk Email folder.