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One of the most common forms of a phishing attack in higher education environments is official looking emails claiming to be from the university’s technical support team and usually taking the form of a message asking for your user ID and password, with a threat of account deactivation if you fail to reply. These specifically crafted phishing attempts are primarily focused on gaining access to email accounts to enable them to send malicious emails to other systems with the appearance of coming
Information on how to attach existing emails to a brand new email in Outlook web browser
Information on how to recover deleted items in outlook
This article outlines the process of adding a shared email account to Outlook for Mac.
How to configure an Android mobile device to Office 365
Information on how to request a targeted email announcement
How to upload files to 4HOnline to attach in broadcast emails.
A recipient report or flagging members are the only way to send a broadcast email. This video covers setting up reports specifically for broadcast emails.
How to send emails to flagged members through the "send to flagged members" button or the broadcast email feature. It includes how to get the email addresses out of 4HOnline to use in an outside mail client such as Outlook.
Creating a Custom Report for a targeted audience in 4HOnline. The video will go through creating the report, attaching the flyer all the way through sending a broadcast email.
What do the email results mean in your broadcast emails? Find out here.
Every family must have an email address in order to use 4HOnline. Free email accounts are available through different providers such as Yahoo, Gmail, etc.
4HOnline provides several tools to help facilitate communication with 4-H Volunteers and members. You may upload files such as newsletters or flyers to send as an email and use a short text message to remind families to look for an email in their mailbox.
How to use the recipient list generated from one of your reports in 4HOnline to use in an Outlook message.