Yes, you can view the training calender at https://webapps.ashland.edu/etc/calendar.asp
Yes, you can configure your email reader to use IMAP. You can find instructions at this site https://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=77695
You should be able to begin sending and receiving mail, scheduling calendar events, and managing contacts right away, without any trouble. Becoming accustomed to Gmail's unique mail management features such a conversations and labels can take a bit longer. Within a week, however, many people find they are not only comfortable with Google Apps, but they appreciate the benefits and no longer miss their old application.
Yes, if you set up your browser to open links in a new window or tab.
Tip: If you want to open Google Mail or Calendar in a new tab instead of a new window, change your settings in Internet Explorer. Go to Tools >Internet Options>Tabs>Settings, and clickLet Internet Explorer choose how to open pop-ups.
Yes, contact the TSC at 419-289-5405 and request the password to your Google Apps account be reset.
Yes, Google has an early version of a new tool that provides offline access to your most recent email messages. To enable the feature, click the Labs icon (green flask) in the upper-right corner of your Mail window. Then, under Offline, click Enable.
Note: Google Mail Labs is a collection of new ideas for Google Mail features that you can try. Please be aware that these features are not officially "released" and can change, become unstable, or disappear at any time.
No, you can just go to you Google Apps URL to access your email and calendar.
Requirements and Language Support
Google Apps supports the following other browsers
No. Because Google Apps runs in a web browser, you just need to use a supported browser.
The interface for both Google Apps Email and Google Calendar are available in over 50 languages. For a list of the available languages and instructions on how to set a different language, refer to the Gmail Help Center.
Yes, you can access your Exchange account in "read-only mode" to view your email and calendar. However, you can't make any changes, schedule events, or send email in Exchange.
The Exchange system will be shut down on January 30, 2012.
Yes, you can continue to send and receive email with your coworkers. You can send meeting requests and receive answers but you will not be able share their calendars or view their free/busy time.
No, you'll continue to use your existing email address.
Yes, you access Google Mail Labs by clicking the Labs (green flask) icon in the upper-right corner of your Mail window. Note that Google Mail Labs is a collection of new ideas for Google Mail features that you can try. Please be aware that these features are not officially "released" and can change, become unstable, or disappear at any time.