September 28, 2005
And so it begins...

This week, the first batch of Exchange email accounts will be set up in anticipation of Outlook-Exchange classes starting in the field next week. For more details on when accounts are setup, when you will want to configure your Outlook to receive mail and when classes are scheduled, check the Week of Sept. 26th-30th post for this week's schedule and the Week of Oct 3-7 post for next week's schedule.

Other items you might want to check:

Instructions for configuring Outlook once your account has been converted are now available (note: you won't be able to do this successful until your Exchange account has been set up).

Posted by dcoates at September 28, 2005 11:15 AM
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When I signed up for training I indicated I could bring a laptop. This would not be my main computer, so should I bring it? What would be the benefit if it is not the computer I will set up my outlook account on?

Posted by: Mary Kay Litzel on September 28, 2005 11:48 AM

Mary Kay,

If you are signed up for an outlying training session, bringing a laptop can create an extra slot for someone else to attend the class (for example, if no one brings a laptop, then the class can accomodate 15 people total; if 5 people can bring their own laptops, the class can accomodate up to 20 people).

If you are attending a Central Area class, which will be conducted in Scheman, there is not additional space to add users to the class even if someone is able to bring a laptop, so for these classes (the ones conducted at Scheman) there's no advantage to bringing a laptop to class.

Posted by: Deb Coates on September 28, 2005 02:23 PM
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