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    Outlook 2011 Quick Reference Card


    Attached is a Quick Reference Card for Outlook 2011 for Macintosh.

    Expiration and Archiving of Messages in Outlook and AppleMail


    Because Outlook defaults to archiving messages to the hard drive of the local machine where it runs, this option was turned off for the Dartmouth environment. You will need to run this process manually to remove old items from your account.

    Configuring Notifications in Outlook and AppleMail


    By default, all the notifications of the arrival of new email are turned on.

    To configure these notifications:

    In Outlook 2010, 2013 or 2016 (Windows) click the File tab, then click Options. Click Mail and then locate Message arrival. There are several options you can change under this section: to change the length of time the Desktop Alerts appears or the transparency, click Desktop Alert Settings.

    Email Signatures


    To append a signature to each message you send, open a new message window.

    Saving a Draft Email Message


    While composing a message, you might decide you are not ready to send the message.

    In Outlook, you can save the message and send it at a later time by clicking the Floppy disk icon in the top left of the composing window. The message is stored in the Drafts folder. When you are ready to send the message, simply open the message from the Drafts folder, edit it as needed, then click Send.

    Working within your Mailbox Quota


    At Dartmouth, each mailbox has a limit for the amount of data that can be stored within it. We refer to this as the Mailbox Quota. That quota is a VERY large at 50 GB. If you exceed the quota, you will no longer be able to send e-mail from your account.

    Gaining access to eProcurement


    eProcurement is the online purchasing system from which faculty and staff can purchase goods from electronic catalogs.

    To gain access to the eProcurement system, you will need to submit an access request, sign a confidentiality agreement and attend required training. The Financial Systems Access & Tools website contains detailed instructions on these procedures.

    Training for Dartmouth Online Review and Recruit (DORR)


    Dartmouth Online Review & Recruit (DORR) training and assistance is provided by the Office of Human Resources. Please contact your department/division fiscal officer to request DORR training.

    Access Dartmouth Online Review and Recruit (DORR)


    Individual users should contact your department/division fiscal officer to request access to the DORR system. Department/division fiscal officers must email the Office of Human Resources a request for access for individuals. Once permission is granted, login to the system using your NetID and password. The URL to access the DORR system is

    Setting Your Initial Password


    To set an initial password on a new account, users must claim their account at


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