Select Mail from myapps, if not already displayed.
1. New mail - click to create a new message
2. Folder list
3. Search box
4. Message list: displays contents of the selected folder.
5. reading pane: displays the body of the selected email message.
You may sort messages by a variety of filters, including Date, Size, From, or Subject. In the top of the Message Pane, click the Arrange by or Conversations by bar. A list of sorting options will display.
Conversation View displays messages grouped by conversation topic. The Reading Pane to the right displays the active message in the conversation, and the most recent email displays at the top of the group. Filed messages, deleted messages, and sent messages also appear in the Conversation View in the Reading Pane.
The Inbox is split into 3 sections by default, with folders displayed in the leftmost Navigation Pane, messages displayed in the middle Messages Pane and the Reading Pane displaying message content on the right hand side.
Your college email has system folders such as Inbox, Drafts, and Sent Items. You can create your own folders to organize your email.
You can turn off the Focused Inbox feature in email if you want to. Some students and employees have reported that important emails are going into their Other Inbox, such as those from Blackboard.
Choose Filter and uncheck Show Focused Inbox
Or you can also choose to select individual emails in your Other Inbox, right-click and select Always move to Focused Inbox.
Microsoft plans to have Focused Inbox eventually replace Clutter.
Clutter is a feature in student email that sort of automatically puts some emails in a Clutter folder based on what Outlook thinks is low priority. However, this means you don’t see all your new emails in your Inbox. Now Microsoft also used Focused Inbox and that will eventually replace Clutter.
How to Turn Clutter off:
Clutter is set to On by default, but you can turn it off:
How to Use Clutter
If you want to use Clutter, be sure to keep an eye on your Clutter folder to make sure you're not missing anything important.
General information applies to both OWA and Office 365 email.