Send and receive emails, schedule meetings, manage your calendar, and keep track of your contacts using BYU's Email (Microsoft Outlook). You can access your email away from campus at http://mail.byu.edu. For even more functionality, voicemail may be integrated with your email account. To learn more, see the Voicemail page. For additional information on email service, see the Email service description.
All employees of the university may create an @byu.edu address. Log into myBYU and select Email Alias Manager to create and manage your email aliases. CSRs have administrator rights to proxy as users and see their aliases, as well as the abilities to reassign existing aliases and create new ones. For details, see the Email Alias Manager page. For details on proxy access, see the Proxy Ordering Service article.
Email Distribution Lists provide a way to send email to multiple recipients at the same time. These lists are useful for announcements to a large audience or discussions in a group. It is a user-managed list and has the ability to be easily modified at any time by the list owner. Order, manage, and remove lists through the Email Distribution List service page. See more information by visiting the Getting Started help center article.
Other types of distribution lists are available inside Email. See Email Collaboration above.
Telephone services are available for university employees on campus. Phone services include voicemail and long distance integration. Go to the Campus Phone service description page to order this service for your office.
CSRs and System Admin have additional abilities to change the settings on their IP Phone on the web instead of from the phone itself: an application called My IP Phone. For details, see the My IP Phone Information in the Help Center.
2-Way radios are useful for communication within a campus group or multiple groups. Radios are available for short-term and long term rental. Features include communication through most of Utah county, various levels to choose from, and capability to connect to the campus phone system. To learn more, see the 2-Way Radio page.
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