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Outlook Resources

Protecting Your Cloud Account

Beware of people wanting to steal access to your Outlook and LBUSD cloud accounts. All legitimate requests from Technology & Information Services for information on your Office 365, Outlook or Google accounts, including requests for usernames or passwords, will include this logo:

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Outlook Desktop Application

The Outlook Desktop Application is currently only available to PC users

Please email ( or text Jacob (562-235-7080), our College Tech Aide, and he will install the Outlook Desktop Application on your PC. Please let him know what time you prefer him to come to your classroom.

Jacob's Schedule:

Tuesday - 1:30-4:00

Wednesday - 2:00-4:00

Thursday - All Day

Friday - All Day

e-Mail Archive

Outlook retains all messages for 1 year in your “primary mailbox”. Messages more than 1 year old are automatically moved to an “Archive”. In the Outlook Desktop Application, this archive is called the Online Archive”. In Outlook Web Access (OWA or the archive is named In-Place Archive.

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Your Outlook archive will be a mirror image of your Outlook primary mailbox with same folder structure and names but containing only messages over 1 year old. 

Outlook Email on your Smartphone or Tablet

  1. If you have an iPhone, make sure it has iOS 10.
  2. Download the free Microsoft OutlookEmail app from the Google Play or Apple App Store.
  3. Log in with your LBUSD address and password.
  4. It will take you to the Rapid Identity login (one time step, where you enter your Novell login again... be patient... It takes a few moments to load, especially on the iPhone or iPad). 

Contact Lists/Groups

Learn how to make a Contact List (formerly know as GroupWise Address Group) in Outlook Web Access (via a browser, not the desktop application).

Here are the steps for the Desktop Application:

  1. On the far, right side of the HOME tab navigation menu, click Address Bookaddress book.
  2. Click File, then New Entry.
  3. Under Select the entry type, click New Contact group
  4. Under Put this entry in, click Contacts,  then click OK.
  5. Type a Name for your group.
  6. Click Add Members, then From Address Book.
  7. Type a staff member's first and last name to look them up. Then, click on them to add the to the group. You will see them next to Members at the bottom... OR paste the list of emails provided by Kim (in the shared Technology Folder) next to Members at the bottom.