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  • University of Chicago KnowledgeBase
    of Office Mainframe Using TSO and ISPF Outlook 2011 for Mac Auto Archiving Mail xMail Log In to OWA 2010 Outlook Web App Top Docs RSS More Top Docs Most Recently Updated Documents Security Tools Identity Finder Online Directory FAQs Box Box com Cloud Storage Platform Digital Certificate Request a Single or Multi Domain Server SSL Certificate Mainframe 2014 z OS Upgrades Top Docs RSS More Top Docs Need Help

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  • Personal Websites - Creating and Using Your home.uchicago.edu Account
    precede your CNetID in your URL the tilde is a permanent part of your web address Next time to upload some content Check out how to upload for Windows XP Personal Websites Upload to home uchicago edu Windows Mac OS X Personal Websites Upload to home uchicago edu Mac Deleting your space and pages To remove your space please visit the following removal page and complete it What should I call my home page The main page in your directory should be called index html Do not name it index html index html or index htm Can I make a log file for my web page In short no From a technical standpoint this would not be a trivial task this sort of thing if not done properly can lead to security holes or even accidentally crash the server Because we are trying to support a large number of users we cannot start uploading programs for individual users unless there is a particularly compelling reason to do so Can I use Dreamweaver to upload and manage content on my home page Other web page creation programs e g Adobe Dreamweaver Microsoft Frontpage should work with the home uchicago edu server

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  • Outlook 2010 - Automatic Replies (Out of Office)
    end time auto replies will be sent until you select the Do not send automatic replies check box On the Inside My Organization tab type the response that you want to send to colleagues while you are out of the office On the Outside My Organization tab select the Auto reply to people outside my organization check box and then type the response that you want to send while you are out of the office Select whether you want replies sent to My contacts only or to Anyone outside my organization who sends you messages Note If you select My Contacts only in step 6 replies will be sent only to contacts that exist in your Contacts folder Using Rules With Automatic Replies It is also possible to use rules to manage your messages while you are out of office For example you can create rules to automatically move or copy messages to other folders to delete messages to send custom replies and so on Click the File tab Click Automatic Replies Click Rules and then click Add Rule Under When a message arrives that meets the following conditions specify the conditions that the message must meet for the rule to be applied If you want to specify more conditions click Advanced enter or select the options that you want and then click OK If you want to specify that this rule must be applied last select the Do not process subsequent rules check box Under Perform these actions select the actions that you want You can select more than one action Click OK three times Notes Automatic Replies rules can also be edited by following the above procedure To turn Automatic Replies rules on or off in the Automatic Reply Rules dialog box select or clear the check box

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  • Mainframe - Using TSO and ISPF
    the command you wish to issue To return to the ISPF screen from which you originated proceed in either of two ways depending on the type of command you issued The messages accompanying some TSO commands are written to the bottom of the screen one line at a time An example of this is TSO regular help If you issue a command of this type three asterisks will appear to tell you to press Return at the bottom of each screen full of information When the final three asterisks for this command have appeared pressing Return will take you back to the screen in ISPF from which you originated The message accompanying other TSO commands are presented as a full screen of information at a time An example of this is TSO full screen help If TSO presents a full screen of information at a time press PF3 to return to your previous screen Changing Settings Within ISPF Option 0 on the ISPF Primary Option menu allows you to specify various parameters for ISPF You can use these options to change the settings on your terminal or to change your PF Keys At first you will probably be content to let things stay the way they are but you may want to change things later on There is one easy setting that you should change however because it will make your life a lot easier when it comes to exiting from ISPF Changing the Log List Setting To make this change first select Option Number 0 on the Primary Option menu by typing 0 on the Option line at the top of the screen and pressing Return Tab to Log List and press Return Your cursor will be at Log Data set defaults press Return This is asking you what you want to do with the record of your activities that ISPF will keep for you during each session We recommend deleting the data set unless you have reason to keep a record of your session such as if you wish to know what data sets you deleted To instruct the system to delete the log every time you exist from ISPF type 2 in the Process Option field and exit F3 This will save you several key strokes every time you log off If you ever want to print and save the log you can change this setting for a single session as you exit or you can come back to this screen and change your default if you decide later that you want a different setting Customizing the Print JCL You can also take this opportunity to customize your Print JCL which will save you the trouble of changing it if you print something later on To do this Tab to the 4 JCL You will see the following screen Fill in the required information for the job card Check the Printing a Data Set section of this document and look under Setting Print Parameters Once you have set up your JCL you can print from a list of data sets whenever you want without having to customize your JCL when you exist When you have finished changing the settings and editing the JCL press PF3 to exist the screen Getting Help in ISPF Help is never far away once in ISPF Just tab over to the Help on top of any screen Here is the list of topics available from the Primary Option screen When ISPF presents an error or informational message it will be located in the top right corner of the screen The message will initally be very short If you press PF1 in response to a error or informational message the system will present a longer message as further explanation of the brief message already shown If you press PF1 yet again while this long message is displayed the system will take you to the appropriate section of the tutorial Press PF3 to get out of the tutorial Sample ISPF Sessions Accessing the ISPF Environment This section reviews how to get into the TSO and ISPF environments Logging On to the Environment Select TSO from the TPX menu Press return to get the TSO screen Press return again You will get to the READY prompt At the READY prompt type ISPF Data Management This section deals with creating saving retrieving printing and changing data sets Data sets may contain any information including data text or programs Creating a Data Set Before typing data into an ISPF data set it is necessary to allocate the data set Allocation with create the space for the data set To allocate the data set with the Primary Option menu displayed either Type 3 on the Option line of the Primary Option menu and press Return then type 2 and press Return again Or Type 3 2 on the Option line of the Primary Option menu to go directly to sub menu number 2 of menu number 3 which is the Data Set Utility menu NOTE From now on in this tutorial we will assume that you wish to go directly to menus and screens using the second method However remember that you can use method one whenever you want To exit out of a screen to the next level of menus just press PF3 The Data Set Utility menu set to allocate a data set It is easiest if you make use of the ispf three level naming scheme Level 1 is normally your userid It is also referred to as the high level qualifier Level 2 is the name your remember Level 3 describes the format of the data set The Data Allocation Screen lets you specify the size of your data set The IBM manuals available through BookManager will give you more information about possible settings and use of this screen Unless you have reason to use some other settings we recommend the following allocation settings which are different from those shown in the screen example

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  • Outlook 2011 for Mac - Auto Archiving Mail
    mail is moved out of the Exchange mailbox system you will be the only one who has a copy Viewing Local Folders Ensure you can see the On My Computer folder in Outlook 2011 In Outlook 2011 click on the Outlook menu at the top of your screen choose Preferences then General Uncheck the box that says Hide On My Computer folders Close the General Preferences window Creating Local Folder to hold Archived Mail Right click or ctrl click the On My Computer heading probably at the bottom of your folder list and choose New Folder Give your folder a name such as Archived Mail Creating Archiving Rule Go to Tools Rules With Exchange selected from the On My Computer section click the near the bottom of the window to create a new rule Name the rule from untitled to something meaningful like 180 Day Auto Archive In the section called When a new message arrives define the criterion as Date Received is Greater than or equal to 180 days old to apply to messages older than 180 days for a 6 month archive rule In the section called Do the Following define the action as Move message Archived Mail On My Computer Note If you do not see the folder you wish to archive to you will need to click on the drop down arrow next to Move Message and select Choose Folder then search for the archive folder Under the folder name the location On My Computer should be displayed Click the checkbox for Enabled Click OK Close the Rules window Running the Archiving Rule To apply it to all mail in your inbox that is already six months or older highlight the proper inbox then select Message Rules 180 Day Auto Archive The first time this rule

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  • xMail - Log In to OWA 2010 (Outlook Web App)
    a private computer if you are using your work computer If you re not using your work computer or are on a computer in a public space select This is a public or shared computer Enter your CNetID and password Click Sign In See Also xMail What s New in OWA 2010 xMail Differences between OWA 2010 Premium and Light Versions Keywords web mail email login logging in Suggest keywords

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  • University of Chicago KnowledgeBase
    edu Account Outlook 2011 for Mac Auto Archiving Mail Mainframe Using TSO and ISPF xMail Log In to OWA 2010 Outlook Web App Outlook 2010 Check the Size of Your Mailbox xMail Overview CNetID Password Change Campaign Outlook 2010 Importing Address Book from CSV File Converting Audio Files WAV AIFF to MP3 or AAC Using iTunes Mac or PC Outlook 2010 Create an Email Signature Wireless Manual Configuration for Windows 7 Outlook 2010 Working as a Delegate Managing Another User s Calendar and Email Web Proxy Configuration SharePoint 2010 Creating Alerts Outlook 2011 for Mac Create and Edit a Contact Group formerly Distribution Lists Outlook 2007 Check the Size of Your Mailbox Mac OS X How to Right Click on a Mac Remote Desktop Access How to Connect Office 2010 Encrypting Files with Password Protection Outlook 2010 Edit a Contact in a Contact Group formerly Distribution Lists Outlook 2010 Create and Edit a Contact Group formerly Distribution Lists Disabling Gatekeeper in Mac OS X 10 8 Outlook 2011 for Mac Check the Size of Your Mailbox Windows 8 Checking Your Version Number of documents to list 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 Need Help Contact

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