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For security reasons implemented by Microsoft and SVSU all 3rd Party mail applications including: mobile device mail, and Apple Mail, and Thunderbird are unable to get SVSU Email and are not supported. Below are instructions for removing legacy Email settings from your phone or Mac OS computer. For the best user experience and security, use the instructions below to get Email and Calendar access using the Microsoft Outlook app.
Use these instructions to get Email and Calendar access using the Microsoft Outlook app on your Android, iPhone, or iPad.
It is sometimes necessary to sign into to your SVSU Office 365 account and another (Delta) Office 365 account on the same computer.  You can achieve this by opening a private or incognito browser window.
Sharing a folder in Outlook allows multiple people access to messages for the purpose of reference, efficiency in replying to important office email and other shared office tasks.  There are two parts to sharing a folder successfully; part one involves sharing a specific folder, part two involves making the higher-level folders visible.
Outlook is SVSU's selected email service.  Although used mainly as an email application, other popular features include a calendar, task manager, and contact manager.  Users can choose between two computer interfaces, Outlook on the Web or Outlook desktop version, or use the Outlook app and stay connected on their mobile device.

The Outlook app gives you access to your Inbox on your mobile device (i.e., create and accept meeting invitations, add synced shared calendars, and more). It is avail
Microsoft Outlook is the campus-wide email system for all SVSU students, employees, and alumni.  The server implements a spam-content filter that places known spam messages into quarantine holding.  All SVSU email users will receive a daily spam notification report of messages that have been sent to quarantine.  This document instructs how to release legitimate messages that had been inadvertently detected as spam from quarantine to your Outlook Inbox.
Frequently asked questions specifically regarding Outlook Desktop Version.
Outlook is SVSUs selected email service. Although used mainly as an email application, other popular features include a calendar, task manager, and contact manager. Find answers to the most common questions related to the Outlook Calendar.
Microsoft provides an Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service that delivers SVSU additional safeguards to our existing email security controls. It is composed of two parts Safe Links and Safe Attachments.

Safe Links looks for malicious URLs. Safe Attachments looks for malicious content in email attachments.
There are a variety of reasons that a message sent to you may not end up in your inbox.  The most common reasons are:

Rules
Focused Inbox
Junk Email and Allow/Block Sender Lists
Quarantine
The Office 365 Calendar is a convenient way to keep all of your appointments in one place.  The calendar can keep track of class, work and activity schedules.  Many people appreciate the ability to check a fellow SVSU user's calendar to see if their calendar is marked as free or busy.  The ability for SVSU users to view the availability of another SVSU user's calendar speeds up the appointment making process.  Viewing availability means that users can see if a specific time is set as free or bus
Microsoft's Outlook app can add synced shared calendars from Office 365 at any permission level (view, edit, or delegate permissions), even accept shared calendar invitations and meeting requests from your mobile device.