In March 2014, HSD moved to a Microsoft Outlook email system. Outlook can be used to send and receive e-mail messages, schedule meetings, manage contacts and tasks, and much more.
Desktop, Web, and Mobile
There are three ways to log in to your Outlook account:
- Outlook via the Web. Outlook Web App (OWA) is the web-based version of Outlook. For the best OWA experience, you’ll want to run the most recent web browser your machine can handle. To log in using OWA, go to outlook.luc.edu.
- Outlook on Your Desktop. Most HSD users have access to Outlook's full-featured desktop client (version 2013 or 2010). To learn more, go to the Outlook on Your Desktop page.
- Outlook on Your Mobile Device. Outlook provides excellent support for mobile devices. Step-by-step set-up instructions are available on the Reconnecting Your Mobile Devices page.
Learn More about Outlook
A few introductory resources are provided below. Additional materials are available on the Documentation and Training page.
Quick Start Guide
|What's New in|
|Getting Started in|
Outlook Web App
|This five-page PDF from Microsoft shows where to find key elements, such as the folder lists, inbox, task ribbon, and calendar. Lists of common commands provide some of the most basic instructions.||This short video from Microsoft provides a quick tour of the Outlook screen and highlights basic features.||This article from Microsoft outlines the basic mail, calendar, people, and task commands in Outlook Web App, with links to more detailed overviews for key features.|
As part of its own recent email upgrade, LUHS created an OWA shortcut icon that might now appear on your desktop:
This icon launches the LUHS login page and will not work for HSD users. To get to OWA, please go to https://outlook.luc.edu.