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How to create a Student Access account, which provides students with access to public folders.
If you are a student:
If you are a faculty/staff member:
Seattle University has migrated student email accounts to
Office 365. Email accounts on Office 365 cannot access the University's Exchange 2010 email public folders. This is a Microsoft design decision, and prevents students from accessing public folders from their normal @seattleu.edu account.
In order to gain access to University public folders, SU students must use a
Student Access Account. Student Access accounts are alternative email accounts, with a separate username and password, and designed to provide students access to University public folders through
owa.seattleu.edu (Microsoft Outlook 2010).
If you are a student, ask your SU Faculty or staff sponsor (usually a Faculty club adviser or student worker manager) to contact the SU Help Desk and request a Student Access account on your behalf.
Contact the Seattle University Help Desk
Provide the Help Desk with information they'll need to grant your student access.
Last Reviewed on: 2014-05-09