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Using the Exchange Mail Client

Once all setup is finished, we are ready to send/receive mail:
Start up the "Inbox"-con on your desktop:


Most people prefer to get
a "Split Screen", showing
Folder-names and Message,
which is defined via
the "View" menu
 
Select
"New Message"
to create a
new mail
message
Click on
"To" to
select the
names from
the list
 
Type a
"subject" and
the message,
then "send"
it out.
After a while
the new
message
arrives in
the INBOX
or the mail-
recipient.

 

Options:
Allow to configure
the Alert on new
mail.
You should check in the
"Control-Panel" the
"Sound"-applet and
verify, that a Sound
is assigned to the event:
"New Mail Notification"
The notification message
for new mail:

When sending your messages, please be patient: It takes a while,before a new message will show up in the inbox and (if configured) the "New Mail" Alert box pops up (and I have not found anything allowing to configure this delay).


That's it: Happy e-mailing on your Workgroup-Mail-system.

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