Articles relating to Xavier Email and applications which interact with it.

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Pinned Article Creating a Signature in Outlook Web App (OWA)

This article describes how to set up a signature for Outlook web-based email.

Pinned Article Xavier Email Account Retention

Employee accounts are disabled based on the last day worked, as entered in Banner. Student account retention is determined by the student's academic status at Xavier.

"Outlook is unable to connect to the proxy server" Error

This error is caused by incorrect network settings.

Editing Outlook Shared Calendar Permissions

This article explains how to adjust permissions on a shared calendar in Outlook.

Error "Custom Form Cannot Be Opened" in Outlook for Windows

This error can be corrected by clearing a corrupted Outlook cache.

Forwarding Email in Outlook Web App (OWA)

This article explains how to forward email in Outlook Web App.

Inline Images Display as a Red "X" in Outlook 2016

This issue can be resolved by adjusting Outlook's Trust Center settings.

Outlook Prompts for Autodiscover Server Settings

This is a benign "error" that can be resolved accepting the prompt.

Print a Blank Calendar in Outlook

This article describes how to print a blank paper calendar from Outlook client.

Receiving Email with Subject "Undeliverable: You Have Notifications Pending"

This error is a "bounce" notification generated when a sent message does not reach the recipient.

Sent Email Rejected with "Bad Sender" error

This error is caused by emails being sent too quickly in too short an amount of time.

Setting Up Alternative Email Clients

This article provides IMAP and STMP settings for those who wish to use unsupported clients to check their Xavier email.

Using Clutter to Streamline Your Office 365 Inbox

Clutter is a feature that learns what emails are less important to you, and moves them to a separate folder.

Using Outlook Web App (OWA) to Manage Your Synced Mobile Devices

Outlook Web App allows you to manage email sync access to your mobile devices.