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  • I-Mail is the Web-based interface for accessing IUP e-mail accounts.

    In this section you will find resources managing your e-mail account via the I-Mail web interface. The web address for accessing your e-mail account via the I-Mail web interface is imail.iup.edu.

  • Account

    How to Reset Your Own E-mail Password

    Employees and students have the ability to reset their own e-mail passwords. You are able to do this via one of two methods: iaccounts or I-Mail. You will need to be sure you update this new password on any smart device or e-mail client you use to access your e-mail.

    iaccounts

    1. Go to iaccounts
    2. Click on the Forgot your e-mail or ESS password/Reset your e-mail or ESS password link.
    3. Log in using your network credentials (network username and password). Use the Forgot your IUP network password/Reset your IUP network Password link if you have forgotten your password or it is expired. You will have had to sign up for iaccounts using your cell phone to use this feature.
    4. Select the E-mail check box in the Click to change column.
      (You may also select Network if you need to reset your Network password.)
    5. Click Set Selected Passwords.
    6. Click Proceed.
    7. Enter the password you wish to use in the Enter your NEW Password box. Re-enter the password you wish to use in the Confirm your NEW Password box.
    8. Click Set Selected Passwords.
    9. If the password change was successful, you will see a message indicating that your password was successfully changed.

    I-Mail

    1. Go to I-Mail: you will need to use the I-Mail layout. This may be set as your “My Default.” If you do not see what is described below, log out and back in with the I-Mail layout.
    2. Enter your e-mail username and password.
    3. On the top right, click on Settings.
    4. On the bottom left corner of the Settings dialog box, click on Password.
    5. Enter your current password, then what you want you password to be. You will need to enter the new password twice to verify.
    6. Click Save. If the password change was successful, you will see a message indicating that your password was successfully changed.
    7. Close the Settings Dialog box.

    If there was a problem, review the error message carefully, and try again to reset the password. If you continue to have problems, please contact the IT Support Center.

    When I log into I-Mail, I see a message letting me know that I am using 90 percent or more of my quota. What does this mean?

    Each user has a limited amount of space for e-mail storage, and this is called your e-mail quota. If you are within 90 percent of your e-mail quota, you will see this message each time you log in. When you exceed your quota, you will no longer be able to receive new messages.

    You can see how much of your quota you are using by scrolling to the bottom of the Folders pane. You can see the amount of space used by each folder by clicking kb at the top of the Folders pane.

    To reduce the amount of quota you are using, you will need to delete messages. See Quota Management for additional information.

  • General Configuration

    How to Use the Vacation Rule in I-Mail

    The Vacation Rule allows you to compose a message that will be automatically sent to whomever sends e-mail to your account when you are away from the office for an extended period of time.

    The vacation message will be sent to an e-mail address only once. It stores the addresses of those who have already received the notification in the Replied Addresses list.

    1. Log in to I-Mail, then click Rules.
    2. Click Set your vacation message.
    3. Enter the text of your automatic reply in the Message text box.
    4. If you know the exact date when you will return to the office, you can select Ends and then enter your return date. The automated reply will be sent until that date.
      If you are unsure of your return date, or if you wish to disable the reply manually when you return to the office, select Enabled.
    5. Click Save to save your changes.
    Important:

    If you are using the Enabled option without a date, when you return to work, you will follow steps 1 and 2 above, then select Disabled, then Save.

    When to Use the I-Mail Login Checkboxes for Fixed Network Address Check and Cookie Check

    I-Mail provides the ability upon login to disable Network Address check and to disable Cookie check. These checkboxes are optional and only apply to the current attempted session.

    I-Mail’s default security will not permit sessions that do not have a fixed network (IP) address. This is enabled by default to improve session security by eliminating the possibility of session hijacking. If, for some reason, your ISP does not use fixed IP addresses, you may need to enable this option to connect to I-Mail. To make this change permanent, it is recommended that you change the Required Fixed Network Address option on the Settings page in I-Mail before you logon again from one of these providers. The setting is on the General tab.

    The Disable Cookie check allows you to gain access to I-Mail without your browser going through the cookie check. Some browsers will not allow you to access a site that requires a cookie check. There is also a “Use Cookies” option on the Settings page (General tab) in I-Mail that can be changed permanently.

    If you do not change the settings within I-Mail, you will need to check these boxes the next time you log on from a system that does not require a fixed network or one that does not require the use of cookies.

    1. Go to the login page and check the box(es) the right that pertain(s) to your problem(s).
    2. Log in to I-Mail using your IUP username and current e-mail password.

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    How can I change my name displayed when I send an e-mail?

    1. Log into imail.iup.edu
    2. Click on settings in the top right hand corner
    3. In the box that comes up, select the Compose tab
    4. Under the Message Composer, there is a box titled From Address. The name in the parenthesis is the display name. You are able to edit this to however you want your name displayed to people you e-mail.
      • Note: The address within the <> should be your IUP e-mail address! If it is something other than your e-mail address or your e-mail alias, anyone who tries to reply to your e-mails will receive an “undeliverable mail” message.

    When I type an e-mail message, the text runs off the screen and doesn’t wrap.

    1. Click Settings.
    2. Choose the Compose tab.
    3. Change Auto Wrap to Yes.
    4. Click Save.
    5. Click Close.

    How do I make “Advanced Formatting” the default?

    1. Click Settings.
    2. Choose the LookOut tab.
    3. Change Always enable formatting toolbar to Yes.
    4. Click Save.
    5. Click Close.

    When I click on an e-mail link on a Web page, can it be configured to send a message from I-Mail?

    No, you should always use your username to access your e-mail account.

    Resume I-Mail from a Disconnected Session

    I-Mail has an inactivity time-out and session limits to preserve system resources and to increase session security. The inactivity time-out is set at 30 minutes, while the session limit is set to 12 hours. Keep in mind that the folder list and message list will refresh every five minutes.

    For example, if you are composing a longer message and you exceed 30 minutes while composing it, you will be prompted to resume your session. By re-entering your e-mail password, you will be able to resume the session from the point where you left off.

    • If you are prompted as in the image below, enter your e-mail password, then click Try Again.

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    • If you are prompted as in the image below, enter your username and your e-mail password, then click Resume.

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  • Viewing Messages

    How do I turn the preview pane on (or off)?

    In the lower right corner of the I-Mail window, there is an icon to Show/Hide Preview. You can click this button to toggle the setting. If the preview is on, clicking it will turn it off. If the preview pane is off, clicking it will turn it on. You can also use the F8 key to toggle the setting.

    My preview pane doesn’t appear to be working.

    First, verify that the preview pane is turned on (see previous question).

    Next, verify that you are simply clicking on the message without clicking on the checkbox in the first column. If you click on the checkbox, I-Mail is expecting you to select another action (delete, purge, reply) to execute on the message(s), and it does not display the message in the preview pane.

    Can I sort the message list by the From field and then by the Received date?

    No, but there is a workaround. You can use the search feature to search for messages from a specific sender. Then you can sort the results by the Received date (or any other column you choose).

    Is there an option to read only unread messages?

    Yes, but only in the preview pane. If your preview pane is turned off, you can turn it on by hitting F8.

  • Sending Messages

    How to View the Sender of a Message in I-Mail

    You can view the actual sender of an e-mail message by checking the header information. Understanding how to do this may protect you from identity theft and other hazards.

    1. To view the headers of a message, click the triangle next to the subject.
    2. Point at (but don’t click on) the From address. A yellow box may appear briefly with the e-mail address. You can also look in the lower left corner for the address. If you don’t recognize the sender, proceed with caution. Hackers and spammers may try to make it appear as though a message is sent from a legitimate source.

      This example is a legitimate message sent from an IUP employee.

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      This example below is a message from an unknown sender that was flagged correctly as spam.

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    Is there a size limit for individual e-mails?

    Yes. The size limit for individual e-mails is 20MB, which includes all attachments, plus the e-mail body and e-mail headers.

    Is there a way to automatically add addresses to my address book, based on messages I send or reply to?

    No. However, you can use the Take Address feature. This will allow you to add the sender of an e-mail message you’ve received to your address book.

    1. While viewing the message, click Take Address in the lower right corner of the I-Mail window.
    2. Select Contacts.
    3. Click OK if you receive a confirmation message that it has been added to your address book.
  • Layouts

    I-Mail

    I-Mail is the most popular layout available to anyone with an IUP e-mail account. This layout is the default layout for new accounts. You can change your account's default layout.

    To Use I-Mail:

    1. Open a web browser and go to imail.iup.edu.
    2. Enter your IUP username and your e-mail password.
    3. Select imail from the Layout drop-down menu.
    4. Click Login.

    Below are some tips for commonly used features in I-Mail.

    To Do This Take These Steps
    Create a new message Click the New Message option in the top left-hand side.
    Read a message Click on the message.
    Read messages sequentially Click on a message to display it, the click on the left or right arrows to view remaining messages.
    Reply to a message  Click on a message to display it, then click the Reply option. 
    Save a message in drafts While composing a message, click the Save in Drafts option.
    Cancel a message While composing a message, click the Discard. You will not be prompted to save.
    Return to message list Click the Inbox.
    Mark one or more messages for deletion Click the checkbox next to messages to delete. Click the Mark for Delete button. The selected messages will be flagged for deletion.
    Purge messages Click the Purge Deleted. This will permanently remove them from the folder.
    Forward message Click on a message to display it. Then click Forward.
    Create a new folder Right-click on Inbox. Click Create folder. Name your folder and click Create.
    Display folders other than inbox  Click the box with a plus sign to the left of the inbox folder.
    Change e-mail password Click Settings in the top right-hand side. A box comes up; click the blue Password link in the bottom left-hand side. Type your current password and your new password in twice. You can then click Save. Click save again.
    Change address book When composing a new message, along the top of the new message window, click Address Book.  Choose the desired address book.
    Add address to recipient field Choose the field: either To, CC, or Bcc. Double-click on any addresses you want to include in each field.
    Search (filter) address book You can search names within your address book by typing in the box [filter addresses]. Once you find the desired name, double-click to add it to your message.
    Exit  Click Log Out in the top right-hand corner. 

    Lite

    Lite is one of the alternate layouts now available to anyone with an IUP e-mail account. This is a great option for those with slower Internet connections.

    To Use Lite:

    1. Open a web browser and go to imail.iup.edu.
    2. Enter your IUP username and your e-mail password.
    3. Select Lite from the Layout drop-down menu.
    4. Click Login.

    Below are some tips for commonly used features in Lite.

    To Do This Take These Steps
    Create a new message Under Compose in the left menu, choose New Mail. Fill in the fields as desired. When finished, click the Send button.
    Read a message Click on the message.
    Read messages sequentially Read messages sequentially. Click on a message to display it, then use the Prev or Next buttons to view the remaining messages.
    Reply to a message Click on a message to display it, then click the Reply button.
    Save message in Drafts folder While composing a message, click the Save in Drafts button.
    Cancel a message Click on the Inbox. You will not be prompted to save it.
    Return to message list Click the Inbox folder.
    Mark one or more messages for deletion Click the checkbox next to one or more messages to select it. Click the Mark Deletedbutton. All selection messages will be flagged for deletion.
    Purge messages Click the Purge Deleted button when you’ve marked the desired messages for deletion. This will permanently remove them from the folder.
    Forward message Click on a message to display it, then click the Forward button.
    Create a new folder Click Create New under Folders. Enter the desired folder name, then click the Create button.
    Display folder other than Inbox Click All Folders under Folders. Click on the desired folder name to display its message list.
    Change your e-mail password Under Settings, click General. Click Password. Enter your current e-mail password, then enter the new password and confirm it. Click the Apply button.
    Change address book When composing a message, click on the pull-down menu and select the desired address book. Click the Display button.
    Add address to recipient field Scroll through address book, select desired address, then click the To, Cc, or Bcc button.
    Search (filter) address book Select desired address book from the pull-down menu. Click the Display button. Enter the search string in the Filter text box, then click Filter. Select the desired address from the matches, then click on the To, Cc, or Bcc button.
    Exit Click Log Out.

    Mobile

    Mobile is one of the alternate layouts now available to anyone with an IUP e-mail account. It is intended to be used on portable devices such as tablets or smartphones.

    To Use Mobile:

    1. Open a Web browser and go to imail.iup.edu.
    2. Enter your IUP username and your e-mail password.
    3. Select Mobile from the Layout drop-down menu.
    4. Click Login.

    Below are some tips for commonly used features in Mobile.

    To do this Take these steps
    Create a new message Click the Message button. Fill in the fields as desired. When finished, click the Send button.
    Read a message Click on the message.
    Reply to a message Click on a message to display it, then click the Reply button.
    Save message in Drafts folder While composing a message, click the Save in Drafts button.
    Cancel a message Click on the Inbox. You will not be prompted to save it.
    Return to message list Click the Inbox button or click the Back button (within the Lite window, not the browser’s Back button)
    Delete a message Click on the message to display it. Click the Delete button.
    Forward message Click on a message to display it, then click the Forward button.
    Create a new folder From the main screen (message list), click the Folders button. Enter the desired folder name in the New folder text box, then click the Create button.
    Display folder other than Inbox From the main screen (message list), click the Folders button. Click on the desired folder name to display its message list.
    Change your e-mail password This feature in not available in Mobile. See How to Change your E-mail Password or How to Reset your own E-mail Password.
    Change address book While composing a message, click the Display Contacts button. Click on the pull-down menu and select the desired address book. Click the Display button.
    Add address to recipient field Scroll through address book, select desired address, then click the To, Cc or Bcc button.
    Search (filter) address book Select desired address book from the pull-down menu. Click the Display button. Enter the search string in the Filter text box, then click the Filter button. Select the desired address from the matches, then click the To, Cc or Bcc button.
    Exit Click the Log Out button.

    How to Set Your Default Layout in I-Mail

    You have the ability to choose a default layout option—called My Default—when logging into I-Mail.  By default, this option will be set to I-Mail, but you can change it to I-Mail Lite or I-Mail Mobile.  This option can only be changed using I-Mail or I-Mail Lite. 

    To Change this Setting Using I-Mail:

    1. Log in to I-Mail at imail.iup.edu, choosing imail from the Layout pull-down menu.
    2. Click Settings.
    3. Select the General tab.
    4. For Layout, select your desired default layout: imail, Lite or Mobile.
    5. Click Save.
    6. Click Close.

    To Change this Setting Using Lite:

    1. Log in to I-Mail at imail.iup.edu, choosing Lite from the Layout pull-down menu.
    2. Under Settings in the left menu, click General.
    3. For Layout, select your desired default layout: imail, Lite or Mobile.
    4. Click Apply.

    After changing the default layout, using My Default when logging into I-Mail will load your desired layout.

  • Message Management

    How to Use Filter to Find Messages in I-Mail

    The filter messages option allows you to locate messages based on criteria you enter. It compares the text you type to the current sort column.

    1. Click the X to the right of the filter messages/search in messages text box to clear any previous filters or searches.
    2. From the Folders list, click on the folder you wish to filter.
    3. Click on the magnifying glass, then select filter messages.
    4. Click on the desired column heading. The filter will compare the text you type to the current sort column values. (Note: A small triangle appears next to the heading in the current sort column.)
    5. Enter the criteria in the filter messages text box, then hit the Enter key.

    The resulting list will display messages that match the filter criteria. To clear the filter and display all messages, click the X to the right of the filter messages/search in messages text box.

    How to Use Search to Find Messages in I-Mail

    The search messages option allows you to locate messages based on criteria you enter. It compares the text you type to the entire message (body and headers). 

    1. Click the X to the right of the filter messages/search in messages text box to clear any previous filters or searches.
    2. From the Folders list, click on the folder you wish to search.
    3. Click on the magnifying glass, then select search messages.
    4. Enter the string you are trying to match, then hit the Enter key.

    The resulting list will display messages that match the search criteria. To clear the search and display all messages, click the X to the right of the filter messages/search in messages text box.

    How to Manage Sent Items

    Within I-Mail, you have the option to save a copy of each message you send. By default, these messages are saved in a folder called Sent Items. It’s important to review this folder periodically and delete unneeded messages so that you don't exceed your e-mail quota.

    If You Do Not Wish to Save a Copy of Each Message You Send:

    1. Log in to I-Mail.
    2. Click Settings.
    3. Click the Compose tab.
    4. Scroll to the Defaults section.
    5. Click in the Save Sent Messages in: text box.
    6. Click None.
    7. Click Save.
    8. Click Close.

    Notes:

    • When this option is changed to None, your Sent Items folder is no longer considered a special folder and will no longer appear in the grouping with your other special folders (Inbox, Drafts, etc.). It will appear alphabetically with the other folders you created.
    • When you select None, you do not have the option of overriding this for an individual message. You would need to enter your e-mail address as one of the recipients to save a copy.

    If You Wish to Save a Copy of Each Message You Send in the Sent Items Folder:

    1. Log in to I-Mail.
    2. Click Settings.
    3. Click the Compose tab.
    4. Scroll to the Defaults section.
    5. Click in the Save Sent Messages in: text box.
    6. Click Default.
    7. Click Save.
    8. Click Close.

    Note: 

    You can override this on an individual message. In the Compose window, click the Options tab, then remove the checkmark next to Save a copy in Sent Items. (If Save Sent Message in is set to None, the checkbox will not appear on the Options tab.)

    How to Manage Your Messages Using Folders

    Your e-mail account may have some or all of the following standard folders:

    • Inbox
    • Drafts
    • Sent Items (if Save Sent Messages in: is set to None, this folder will not appear with the standard folders. It will appear with other folders you’ve created.)
    • Contacts
    • Calendar
    • Tasks
    • Notes
    • Trash
    • JunkMail (if you use this feature of the Anti-Spam service)

    You may wish to create other folders to organize your messages rather than keeping all messages in your Inbox. The standard folders will appear at the top of your folder list, while folders you create will appear alphabetically below the standard folders.

    Create a Folder

    1. Right-click on your account (username@iup.edu) in the folder list.
    2. Click Create folder...
    3. Enter the name of the folder, then click Create. When naming folders, it’s recommended that you use only letters, numbers, hyphens, and underscores.

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    4. The new folder should appear in your folder list.

    Move a Message to a Folder

    1. Use the scroll bar in the Folders pane to display the destination folder (where you’d like to move the message).
    2. Use the scroll bar in the message list to find the message you wish to move.
    3. Click on the message and drag it to the destination folder.

      In the illustration below, one message is being dragged to the LookOut folder.

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    View Messages in a Folder

    1. Use the scroll bar to locate the folder in the Folders list.
    2. Click on the folder name.
    3. The message list will display the messages in the folder.
    4. Use the arrows on the crimson toolbar to scroll through the messages.

    Delete a Folder

    Please note: When you delete a folder, you also delete all messages in the folder. You will only be able to delete folders that you create (not the standard folders).

    1. Use the scroll bar to locate the folder you wish to delete from your Folders list.
    2. Right-click on the folder and choose Delete Folder.
    3. You will be prompted to confirm that you really wish to delete the folder. Click Yes to delete the folder.

    Rename a Folder

    1. Use the scroll bar to locate the folder you wish to rename in your Folders list.
    2. Right-click on the folder and choose Rename Folder...
    3. Enter the new folder name, then click Rename. You cannot use the name of a folder that already exists.

    Emptying Folders

    If your quota is approaching the size limit, first check your inbox for e-mails you no longer need and delete them. Depending on how your settings are configured, after deleting an e-mail you might have to then click Purge Delete to officially delete the item. Next, check the following folders for other unnecessary e-mails:

    1. Trash
    2. Junk Mail
    3. Sent Items
    4. Deleted Items
    5. Deleted Messages

    You can right click on any folder and choose Empty Folder if you wish to delete all e-mails within that folder.

    Attachment Removal

    In the event you find that you have many large message attachments and would like to keep the message but remove the attachment, follow these steps in I-Mail.

    1. Go into the Settings area of I-Mail and select the General Tab.
    2. Look for the Trash Management section at the bottom of the screen. Make sure the message delete method is set to Move to Trash. Once confirming this setting, save the settings and return to the I-Mail home screen.
    3. Once this setting is enabled, click on any message that has an attachment. When you expand the attachment, you will see a red X with the option to remove the attachment from the e-mail. The original message will remain even after you remove the message. 
  • Address Book

    How to Create a Group in the I-Mail Address Book

    The Contacts folder allows you to create, store, and manage contacts and contact groups. A group is a list of e-mail addresses to which you might frequently wish to send the same message at the same time.

    To create a group:

    1. Log in to I-Mail and select the Contacts folder.

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    2. Click New Group.

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    3. The New Group dialog box is displayed. Enter the Group name.
    4. To add new members, you can use the Address Book list, then choose the IUP Directory (LDAP) or your Contacts. You can also enter them manually in the New member(s): text box. This image below illustrates adding a member using the filter option with the IUP Directory.

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      Select the desired name from the filtered list, then click Add To Group. You can also double-click on the desired name to add it.
    5. You can add a description of the group in the Note field.
    6. Click Save when you are finished adding members to save the group.

    How to Add a New Contact in I-Mail

    You can add contacts manually, or automatically while reading a message.

    Adding Contacts Manually

    1. Log in to your I-Mail account. Select Contacts under your folder list to open your address book.

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    2. Next, click New Contact.

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    3. The New Contact dialog box will be displayed with blank empty text blocks. Enter the information of the contact you wish to add. Note: You do not  have to fill in all of the fields.

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    4. After entering the desired information, click Save.

    Adding Contacts While Reading a Message

    1. While reading a message, click Take Address, which appears in the lower right corner of the message window.

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    2. Select Contacts from the list that appears.
    3. You will receive a message stating that “Address has been added to the address book.” Click OK.

    How to Delete a Contact or Group

    1. Log in to your I-Mail account. Select Contacts from the folder list.

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    2. Select the contact or group that you want to delete by putting a check mark in the corresponding box to the left.

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    3. Next, click Delete. The group or contact flagged for deletion will be grayed out, with a line through the group or contact..

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    4. Click Purge Deleted to permanently delete the group or contact.

      If you change your mind about deleting the group or contact and you haven’t purged, you can select the group or contact and click Undelete.

    How to Search Your Address Book in I-Mail

    Within I-Mail, you may have multiple personal address books in your e-mail account. If you used the legacy I-Mail system, you may see I-Mail Address Book in your list. Newer I-Mail users may see Contacts listed. Either of these address books can be used to save e-mail addresses you use frequently.

    1. Log in to I-Mail.
    2. Click New Message.
    3. In the Composing Message window, select the desired address book from the Address Book menu.

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    4. In the filter addresses box, enter the last name of the person or name of the group for whom you are searching. The list that appears will be reduced based on the name you enter.
    5. Double-click on the name or group. This will be added to the To field.

    How to Search the IUP Directory (LDAP) from I-Mail

    I-Mail allows you to use the IUP Directory to search for a person’s e-mail address.

    The IUP Directory is a listing of IUP faculty, staff, and students. Please note that students have the option to restrict their information from appearing in the IUP Directory.

    1. Log in to I-Mail.
    2. Click New Message.
    3. In the Composing Message window, select (IUP Directory (LDAP)) from the Address Book menu.

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    4. In the filter addresses box, enter the last name of the person for whom you are searching. The list that appears will be reduced based on the name you enter, as shown below.

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    5. Scroll through the list. When you locate the desired name, double-click on the name. This will add the name to the To field.

    How to Use the Replied Addresses Address Book in I-Mail

    The Replied Addresses Address Book is a special address book in I-Mail that collects e-mail addresses of those who have attempted to contact you while you were using the vacation rule. (The vacation rule allows you to send an automated response to answer e-mail while you were away.)

    These addresses are displayed in the Address Book as Replied Addresses. You can display this address book by selecting Replied Addresses from the Address Book drop-down list in the Composing Message window. You can select recipients and filter addresses in this address book just like you would your Contacts and the IUP Directory (LDAP).

    When you return to work, you must disable the vacation message (click Rules, then Set your vacation message).

    Before enabling the vacation message, you must clear the Replied Addresses list. Click Rules, click Set your vacation message, then click Clear “Replied Addresses” List.

    Click Back, then Close to return to the main I-Mail window.

    How to Edit a Contact or Group in the I-Mail Address Book

    To edit a contact or group in your address book:

    1. Log in to I-Mail, and select Contacts from your folder list.

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    2. Select the contact or group you wish to edit, then click Edit.

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      If you selected a Contact, the Edit Contact dialog box will be displayed. If you selected a Group, the Edit Group dialog box will be displayed.
    3. Make the desired changes, then click Save.