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How to set up Student E-mail on Android Smart Phone

Comments Off Written on August 12th, 2014 by
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The following steps are required to configure email on most Samsung branded Android phones or tablets:
1. Locate your Settings icon within your App Drawer.

2. Within Settings, scroll down and select Add Account.


3. Select Email from within the Add account section


4. Enter your Email Address and Password, then select Next


5. Select Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for Account Type


6. Enter the following information for Incoming server settings:

  • Username:
  • Password:  Your email address password
  • IMAP server:
  • Security type: SSL
  • Port: 993

Then, click Next


7. Enter the following information for Outgoing server settings:

  • SMTP server:
  • Security type: TLS
  • Port: 587
  • Require sign-in: Must be checked
  • Username: (note that you have to put since that determines the domain)
  • Password: Your email address password

Then, click Next.


8. Click Next on this screen


9. Feel free to name your account and edit the name, (OKWU, or your email, or whatever you would like it to say in your Email application) then select Done to complete the setup.



How to find what Books you Need for Class

Comments Off Written on July 16th, 2014 by
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  1. Log into WebAccess with your username and password ( it’s the same username and password that you use for the student portal)
  2. Click on the Classes tab at the top.
  3. WebAccess

  4. In the menu below the tab, click on the Schedule link
  5. In the left hand menu, click on Student Schedule

    1. If it’s not displayed as a list, select Text under the Options heading in the left hand menu.
    2. Take note of your class department and course number.
  6. At the top again, in the menu below the tabs, select Founders Bookstore. It will open in a different window.
  7. Scroll about midway down the page and locate the section called “Buy Textbooks”. In that box, locate the pull-down menu titled “Search By Course”.
    1. If you are an AGS student, select your correct cohort
    2. If you are a Traditional student, select the correct semester
    3. Click on GO, once you’ve made your selection.
  8. Once the page loads, select your course, first by Department, then by course number, then lastly, if needed, by section number.

    1. The Department is usually a four letter designator, which matches the department of the respective course. For example, BUSI denotes a Business class.
    2. The course number is a four digit number following the department code.
    3. The section number denotes which class period of a certain class you are in, if there are more than one instance of that class in the same semester.
  9. You will then see what books that specific class requires, and how much that they cost from the Founders Bookstore.
  10. Have a Great Semester! If you have any questions about this process, please send an email to us at with as much detail as possible.

Create Your Email Signature

Comments Off Written on May 7th, 2014 by
Categories: How To's
  1. Navigate to
  2. Near the bottom, in the section called Shared Documents locate the “Official OKWU Logos and Usage” folder. 002
  3. Select the folder called “Email Signature Logos”.
  4. Open the PDF called “OKWU Email Signatures_Spec Sheet”.
  5. Copy Jason’s email signature from the Email Signatures_Spec Sheet.005
  6. Open Outlook.
  7. Click “New Email” as if you are going to send an email to someone.
  8. At the top, in the ribbon (or menu, whatever you’d like to call it) there is a section called “Include”001
  9. In this section, locate signature, click the pull down arrow and select “Signatures…”
  10. Click on New, and select a name for your signature. I recommend “default”.004
  11. In the text box below, paste Jason’s copied signature.
  12. Make sure to correct the name, title, phone number (change it to your desk phone or department phone #), and email address to make the signature yours.
  13. Next, go back to Eaglenet and Select either Athletic Signatures or University Signatures and locate your correct department.
  14. Right click on the correct logo, go to “Send to” and select download a copy.006
  15. Now, in Outlook, select the “insert image” icon and locate your logo that you just downloaded. Make sure that it is in the correct place, one line above your name, and  the rest of your signature.003
  16. Compare your finished signature against what is displayed in the PDF from earlier. Make any changes needed to make it match exactly.

Connect to Public Drive From a Mac

Comments Off Written on February 20th, 2014 by
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Here’s the steps to connect to the public drive via mac:

  • Open Finder then hit Command (⌘) + K
  • Enter this in the Server Address: “smb://$” (to make your life easier, click the + button next to the server address in order to save it in your list of favorites list)
    • for your department folder: “smb://$
    • for your personal folder: “smb://$/yourUsername
  • Click the Connect button.
  • It will prompt you to login. Login with your normal account username and password. (for staff and faculty, should be FirstinitialLastname and your normal password)

If problems, check and confirm that you are connected to Ethernet or OKWUSF Wi-Fi.

NOTE: Click the “+” to add it to the “Favorite Serves.” From here on out, it will be remembered in the “Favorite Servers” section of that box. Connect by clicking.

How to: Connect the EagleNet Master Calendar to Outlook

Comments Off Written on March 7th, 2011 by
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Go to
In the quick launch on the left under Calendars click Master Calendar.

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On the Master Calendar page click the Calendar tab at the top.
Click the Connect to Outlook button on the ribbon at the top of the page.

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Click allow on the window that comes up asking to allow the website to open outlook on your computer.

Click yes on the window that comes up next asking to connect the Sharepoint Calendar to Outlook.

The Master Calendar will then load into your Outlook.

How to: Connect the EagleNet Document Library to Outlook

Comments Off Written on March 7th, 2011 by
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To connect the EagleNet Document Library to Outlook so you can access the shared documents from the EagleNet site through Outlook complete the following:

1. Open Internet Explorer and go to
2. Click on All Site Content at the bottom of the left menu
3. Click on the Shared Documents link

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4. Click on the Library tab at the top of the page
5. Click the Connect to Outlook button in the Ribbon

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6. You should get a popup asking: Do you want to allow this website to open a program on your computer? Click Allow.

7. You may get another popup stating: A website wants to open web content using this program on your computer (Microsoft Office Outlook). Click Allow.

8.You will then get another popup asking if you want to connect the document library to Outlook. Click Yes.

Ofter Syncing with Sharepoint Outlook will show the Document Library in your Folder Lists under OKWU-Shared Documents.