Check your mail via a web browser, log on using your email address as your username and your Kerberos passphrase as your password.
If you can’t remember that web address, click on "sign in" in the upper right corner of the web page, type your email address. If you get a prompt asking if it is a Microsoft account or organizational account click on organizational account. Log on using your email address as your username and your Kerberos passphrase as your password.
Here are instructions for Outlook and smart phones:
Out of office replies can be set from either Outlook or Outlook Web access (OWA). (The campus Vacation notification you may have used in the past doesn’t work.) One of the nice features is you can put in a date range for which you want it turned on. So, you don’t have to remember to turn it off when you return from your trip. It depends on the version of Outlook you are using how you get to it. For Office 2013 click on File then click on the Automatic replies button. For OWA click on the “gear” icon in the upper right corner and select Set Automatic Replies. You will notice if you address a message to someone on our mail server that is out of the office, Outlook will give you a notice they are out before you even send the message.
You now have 50 GB of space for your mail!
You should try to keep the number of objects in your Inbox, Sent items and Deleted items folders under 5000 each. If those folders get too big you might notice mail is sluggish when you start it up.