Aalto IT Help

Opening a resource mailbox in Thunderbird

You can add a resource mailbox to Mozilla Thunderbird as a separate account, alongside your personal mailbox. A resource mailbox means a mailbox that is intended for shared use by a community or project, for example. A resource mailbox is also referred to as an organisational mailbox. You can open a resource mailbox via mail.aalto.fi, so you do not have to open it by means of the imap.aalto.fi proxy.

Opening a resource mailbox in Mac Outlook

You can add a resource mailbox to Mac Outlook as a separate account, alongside your personal mailbox. A resource mailbox means an emailbox that is not a personal mailbox but an emailbox intended for shared use by a community or project. A resource mailbox is also referred to as an organisational mailbox. 1. Open Outlook. 2. In the Outlook menu, select Preferences. 3. Open Accounts. 4. Select your own Aalto e-mail account (if you have several accounts in Outlook), and click Advanced.

Opening a resource mailbox in Webmail

A resource mailbox means an emailbox that is not a personal mailbox but an emailbox intended for shared use by a community or project. A resource mailbox is also referred to as an organisational mailbox. You can open a resource mailbox in Aalto University’s Webmail in two different ways. Also, you can add a resource mailbox alongside your own mailbox Logging in to Webmail https://mail.aalto.fi

Opening a resource mailbox in Windows Outlook

Once a resource mailbox has been created, you can open it in Outlook by following the instructions below. When you use the method described in these instructions and send mail in the name of the resource mailbox, the messages sent will be saved in the Sent Items folder of your own mailbox and of the resource mailbox. If you use Outlook on a Windows computer in the Aalto domain, there is no need to specifically add a new resource mailbox; instead, the box will automatically appear in the bar on the left corner of Outlook, below your own mailbox.