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E-mail Information

All of the K-12 Data Center services for the State of South Dakota K-12 Schools including Educators, Staff, and Students have been built to provide a state-wide safe and reliable electronic communications system.

E-mail for Teachers, Administrators, and Staff

This service supports the feature rich MS Outlook as a client to a state-wide groupware capable e-mail system. This service provides e-mail capabilities such as calendar (scheduling & time management), contacts, and task list applications. You can easily share your calendar, contacts, or anything in your e-mail with your co-workers across the hall or across the state! Your State K-12 E-mail account also lets you send and receive messages from any computer in the world that has Web access. That makes it easy to stay in touch with your e-mail, regardless of your location.

Access is provided in two ways:
  1. Through Outlook Anywhere
  2. Through a Web Interface called Microsoft Outlook Web Access
    - Access is via an web browser with Internet access

E-mail for Students

This service is built on the same feature rich state-wide groupware-capable e-mail system as the K-12 Educators use. The main difference is in how they access their accounts. These accounts will coexist with the Teachers, Administrators, and Staff E-mail system. This service provides e-mail capabilities such as calendar (scheduling & time management), contacts, and task list applications.

Access is provided in two ways:
  1. Through Outlook Anywhere
  2. Through a Web Interface called Microsoft Outlook Web Access
    - Access is via an web browser with Internet access