Outlook Live @ UNH
With Microsoft® Outlook® Live get more of what you want most: Time. Part of the no-cost Microsoft Live@edu suite of applications, Outlook Live is built on the Microsoft Exchange platform, bringing you the enterprise-grade tools chosen by the majority of Fortune 1000 companies. Log on to Outlook Live with your UNH username, then share schedules and calendars, create distribution lists for study groups, e-mail reports or outlines, IM friends on the spot, and do it all from any web browser, any time, any place, without the commercial advertising so common to other popular e-mail applications.
- Use email through graduation and beyond
- Get 10 GB inbox, 20 MB attachments
- Protect email from spam & viruses
- Use instant messaging services with Outlook Live including audio and video with your chats, applications sharing, file transfers, and more.
- Use mailbox aggregation that allows you to aggregate other personal e-mail accounts within Outlook Live
Get access to your email, contacts, and calendar from anywhere including a broad range of active sync enabled phones (examples: Windows Phone, iPhone, Android)
Access Outlook Live from multiple platforms and browsers
Use the familiar Outlook interface from Windows® and Mac® operating systems on Internet Explorer®, Firefox®, and Safari®. No matter the platform, you will always have access to your Inbox, Calendar, and Contacts.
Categorize and add contacts through Outlook Live in
any browser. Here, a student looks up Contact
information in Internet Explorer.
Use Outlook Live to view shared calendars. Do this in
any browser from any location. Here, a student views
his and a classmate’s calendar side-by-side in Firefox
Access your Outlook Live Inbox from a Mac or a PC.
Here, a student checks her mail in Safari.
Technical Professional Services
- Computer Repair Services
- Premium Services
- Software Services
- Campus Antivirus
- Frequently Asked Questions
- SCEP for Windows Installation
- SCEP for Windows Usage
- SCEP for Mac Installation
- SCEP for Mac Usage
- SCEP Best Practices
- Microsoft Security Essentials Installation
- Microsoft Security Essentials Usage
- Removing McAfee from Windows 7 and Windows Vista
- Removing McAfee from Windows XP
- Apple Education Licensing
- Campus Antivirus