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Configure Outlook on Windows with M365/O365 account

This guide shows you how to set up an account for the first time with a AD-connected Windows computer.

Do notice that the guide bellow is done with Office 365

If you are using an older verison of Office (2013,2016,2019) then these steps could look different, the recommendation from UMU is to upgrade your Office version to Office 365 if you are using an mailaccount on Microsoft 365

1. Start Outlook, enter you UMU mailadress, ex: test.testsson@umu.se and click on Connect.

2. The Account should be added automaticlly, deselect “Set up Outlook Mobile on my phone, too” and click Done.

3. Outlook should continue and your newly added account will start to load, it can take some time before all your emails are searchable.

Configure Outlook on MacOS with M365/O365 account

1. Start Outlook and enter your emailadress.

2. Enter UMUid@ad.umu.se, ex abcd1234@ad.umu.se and click Next.

3. You should now be redirected, enter you password for your UMUid and click Sign in.

4. If you have MFA activated, confirm the login on your device.

5. Your account should be ready for use, click the red button i your left corner.

Configure Outlook on your Android with M365/O365 account

1. Start with downloading Outlook in the Play Store.

2. If you have MS Authenticator installed and your UMUid is already active on your device your account should be automatically found.

If so click Add Account and Outlook should sort out the rest.
If not, jump to step 3.

3 If no account is found, there should be a question if you want to add an account, press add account.

4 Enter your UMU email address and click continue.

5 You should be redirected to an login page to Microsoft, enter your UMUid and @ad.umu.se like this: UMUid@ad.umu.se

 

6 If entered correctly you’ll be redirected to the login page for UMU, enter your username and password

If you have MFA activated you will be asked to open your authenticator and accept.

8 If you try to add your outlook account with the same device you have MFA on you should be asked to accept your login.

9 Open the MS Auth app and accept your login.

10 You’re done, Outlook will ask to add an additional account, just choose maybe later

Configure Outlook on your iPhone with M365/O365 account

1. Start with downloading Outlook in the App Store.


2. If you have MS Authenticator installed and your UMUid is already active on your device your account should be automatically found.

If so click Add Account and Outlook should sort out the rest.

If not, jump to step 3.

3 If no account is found, there should be a question if you want to add an account, press add

4 Enter your UMU email address.

5 If you have MFA activated you will be asked to open your authenticator and accept.

6 You could be redirected to an login page to Microsoft, enter your UMUid and @ad.umu.se like this: UMUid@ad.umu.se

7 If entered correctly you’ll be redirected to the login page for UMU, enter your username and password

8 If you try to add your outlook account with the same device you have MFA on you will have to click on Hide to see the numbers after 5 seconds the popup will appear again and you will be able to enter the code.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You’re done, Outlook will ask to add an additional account, just choose maybe later.

Create and delete news posts in SharePoint

In this manual, we show you how to create and delete news posts in SharePoint. There are two options to create a news post.

Option 1: Create a news post

  1. Go to www.o365.umu.se and open SharePoint
  2. Click on Create a news post 
    Create news posts in sharepoint - choose create news post
  3. A menu will open at the left side of the screen. Choose where (a sharepoint gorup) you want to publish the news post.
    Create news posts in sharepoint - choose sharepoint group
  4. Create your post (for more information to create a post click here)

Option 2 – Create a news post

  1. Open the SharePoint site where you want to publish the news post.
  2. Select New and then News post. 
    Create news posts in sharepoint - choose SharePoint site - new - news post
  3. Choose a template and then select Create post. 
    Create news posts in sharepoint - choose template
  4. Create your post (for more information on how to create a post click here)

Delete a news post

  1. Open the SharePoint site and select Pages in the left menu.
    delete your news post - select sharepoint site and pages
  2. Select the news post (page) you want to delete and select Delete in the upper menu.
    delete your news post - select sharepoint site and delete

 

 

Activate weeknumbers in Outlook for Windows

When you start using your calendar in Outlook, the weekly numbering is disabled. If you want to activate it, do it yourself via the calendar options.

  1. Click the File tab.
    Activate weeknumbers in Outlook for Windows - choose file tab
  2. In the left corner, click Options.
    Activate weeknumbers in Outlook for Windows - choose options
  3. Click Calendar.
  4. Scroll down to Display Options, and select the Show Weekly numbers in the mouth view and in the Date Navigator.
  5. Click OK
    Activate weeknumbers in Outlook for Windows - choose calendar and show week numbers in the moth view and in the date navigator
  6. You now have weekly numbers on your caledar in Outlook.

Install eduroam for iPhone/iPad (Manually)

This manual will guide you how to connect to eduroam on an iPhone (and iPad) after manual installation of the required certificates.

NOTE! Make sure you have updated iOS/iPadOS to version 15.2 before following this guide.

Step 1

You need to be connected to the internet. If you have 4G/5G you are all set but if you need a temporary internet connection we recommend you connect to the network UmU wlan.

Step 2

Open Safari and go to https://www.eduroam.umu.se/ and click Login.
You will be forwarded to the Umeå University login page. Sign in with you Umu-id and password.

Step 3 – Create certificate

To create your certificate click on Create certificate 1️⃣.
On the page after that you need to give it a comment 2️⃣.
Type whatever you want, for example iPhone, and then click the Create certificate button 3️⃣.
A circular progress animation will let you know that your certificate is being created 4️⃣.

Step 4 – Certificate created

After a while you will see the Certificate created page that has the password for your personal certificate 1️⃣, a link to download you personal certificate 2️⃣ and a link to download the root certificate 3️⃣.

Step 5 – Download and install personal certificate

Copy the password 1️⃣ for the personal certificate and click on the link Download personal certificate 2️⃣.
You will be prompted to allow the downloading of the certificate, this is OK so click Allow 4️⃣.
After the certificate/profile has been downloaded click Close 5️⃣.

Open the Settings app and click on Profile Downloaded 6️⃣.
Click on Install in the upper right corner 7️⃣.
Enter the iPhone passcode 8️⃣.

Click Install 9️⃣ again in the upper right corner then click Install again to verify.
Paste the password 🔟 we copied in the beginning of Step 5 and click Next 1️⃣1️⃣.
When you see the Profile Installed page, click Done 1️⃣2️⃣.

Step 6 – Download and install root certificate

Go back to Safari and click on the link Download root certificate 3️⃣.
As you did in Step 5, Allow 4️⃣ the certificate and Close 5️⃣ when done.

Go back to the Settings app and you should be on the page VPN & Device Management.
Click on UMU-CAROOT-CA 6️⃣ under the header Downloaded Profile.
Click Install 7️⃣ in the upper right corner and verify by clicking Install again.
When you see the page Profile Installed, click Done 8️⃣.

Step 7 – Connect to eduroam

Go back to the main Settings page.
From the VPN & Device Management page you can click < Back 1️⃣ and
then < Settings 2️⃣ in the upper left corner.
On the main Settings page click Wi-Fi 3️⃣.

On the Wi-Fi page, click eduroam 4️⃣.
When it prompts you for Username and Password click on Mode 5️⃣ instead .
Mark the mode EAP-TLS 6️⃣ and go back by clicking < Enter Password 7️ in the upper left corner.

Back on the Enter Password page click on Identity 8️⃣.
Click on the Identity called Umu-id@ad.umu.se 9️⃣, if you see more than one click on
the one with the latest expiry date.
Go back by clicking < Enter password 🔟 in the upper left corner.
Back on the Enter Password page you can now click Join 1️⃣1️⃣ in the upper right corner.

A certificate page will be shown, click on Trust 1️⃣2️⃣ in the upper right corner.
Give it a few seconds and you should now see a check mark to the left of the network eduroam and you are now connected.

Install eduroam for macOS (Manually)

This guide is written for manual installation of the certificates needed to connect to the eduroam wireless network on a PC running macOS.

NOTE! The guide is written with the help of an MacBook Pro that has had eduroam before and is running macOS 12 Monterey. If you have had eduroam before on your computer, it is recommended that you uninstall/delete certificates and profiles and perform a reboot before trying to follow this manual. If you are unsure on how to proceed, you can contact Servicedesk.

Step 1

To download the certificates, you need to be connected to the internet. Our recommendation is that you connect to the network called UmU wlan. Select UmU wlan 1️⃣ in the network list and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 2

Start Safari and go to http://www.eduroam.umu.se
Log in with your Umu-id and password.

Step 3 – Create Certificate

Once logged in, you will need to create your certificate. Click Create Certificate 1️⃣.

On the next page, you need to give the certificate a “name” 2️⃣,
then click on the blue Create Certificate button 3️⃣.

It may take a while but eventually you will come to a new page.

Step 4 – Download the certificates

Once the certificates have been created, they need to be downloaded.
In addition to a personal certificate 1️⃣, you also need to download a so-called ROOT certificate 2️⃣.
The personal certificate has also been given a password 3️⃣.

Start by copying the password for the personal certificate 3️⃣. Then click Download Personal Certificate 1️⃣. You will probably then be met by a warning, if so click on Allow. Then click Download Root Certificate 2️⃣.

Step 5 – Install Root Certificate

Open the Downloads folder in Finder 1️⃣. Also open Keychain Access 2️⃣,
suggested via the search function Spotlight.

In Keychain Access click on System 3️⃣ then on Certificates 4️⃣.

Make sure the Downloads folder in the Finder and Keychain Access are open at the same time. You need to drag and drop the UMU-CAROOT-CA2.cer certificate 5️⃣ from Downloads to the Keychain Access 6️⃣.
Then follow the information on the screen. See Tips and Tricks for drag and drop help.

Step 6 – Install Personal Certificate

Change the view in Keychain Access to Login 1️⃣ and Certificate 2️⃣.

Now you need to drag and drop your personal certificate named Umu-id.pfx 3️⃣ from Downloads in Finder to Keychain Access 4️⃣. In the same way dragged and dropped the Root Certificate in Step 5.

You will now be prompted to enter the password you received and copied in Step 4. Paste 5️⃣ and click OK 6️⃣.

Step 7 – Connect to eduroam

Open the list of available networks again and click on eduroam 1️⃣.

If everything is correct, you should now see the window below where you can select your personal certificate (Umu-id@ad.umu.se) 2️⃣. Account name and Password can be left blank. Click OK 3️⃣.

NOTE: If you are using an older version of macOS (11 or earlier) you will likely need to change mode to EAP-TLS.

Click Continue 4️⃣.

Type your computer username password 5️⃣ and then it is important you click Always Allow 6️⃣.

Type your computer username password 7️⃣ once more and click Allow 8️⃣.

Give it a few seconds and then you should be connected to eduroam.

Tips and Tricks – Drag and drop the certificate

Click and hold the file and while holding down move the cursor to the destination and then you can release to drop it. Click on the image below for an animated GIF that shows the process.

Inspera – Settings during an exam

This guide goes through the settings that are available to you as a student during an ongoing digital exam in Inspera.

Student interface

The image below shows the student’s interface during a digital exam in the locked browser Safe Exam Browser.

Inspera - Student interface

  1. Settings during the current exam. More about these further down on this page.
  2. Student response box. The example above shows an essay question.
  3. A navigation bar is displayed at the bottom of the page. Pages with information only, are indicated by an “i”. In the example above, we can also see that we are now on question 14 of 19.
  4. Navigate forward to the next question.
  5. Navigate back to the previous question.
  6. In the example above, there is a PDF resource linked to the exam. The PDF opens in a new window.
  7. The button at the far right of the navigation bar goes to overview. It shows if all tasks have been answered and here is also the button to submit your exam.

Settings during exam

By clicking on the button marked (1) in the image above, you can access settings and additional functions during an ongoing digital exam.

Student settings

  1. Possibility to switch the interface language between Swedish and English.
  2. Function for displaying the exam content in high contrast mode.
  3. If you have applied for and received Text to speech granted as an aid, it is possible to activate this.
  4. The text size can be set in three levels: Normal, Large and Extra large.
  5. Submit a blank digital.
  6. Save submission as file is used if a student is unable to reconnect to the network. Submission in offline mode is handled manually by an invigilator.
  7. Possibility to hide or show the remaining time for an exam.
  8. Link that leads back to the overview page.

 

Spell check settings

If spelling check for answering essay questions is enabled, settings for this are displayed at the bottom right of the answer box.

Spell check settings

  • Click (1) to disable the spell checker.
  • Click (2), the settings icon, to display the set language and additional spell check settings.
  • Click (3) to open a window with all the suggestions for spelling corrections.
  • (4) indicates how many spelling errors the automatic check has detected.

Change language for automatic spelling check

Click the settings icon marked with (2) in the image above to open language settings.

Inställningar för språk

  1. Language is set to “Automatic Detection” and can be changed to, for example, Swedish or English by clicking the down arrow.
  2. In the box marked (2) there are four setting options for deactivating the spelling checker.

Inspera – Get your results

This guide describes how to view your results on a completed digital exam in Inspera.

  1. Open a browser and navigate to the adress https://umu.inspera.com/
  2. Log in with your Umu-id
    Log in with Umu-id
  3. Click on ”Archive” (1) and then on ”See more details” (2) to see grades, points and
    submitted answers.
    Results in Inspera
  4. Here you can view your grade (1). Click on ”View without downloading” (2) to see yours
    answers and the page summary with total points and points per question.
    Results i Inspera
  5. See your answers by clicking on the question number (1). Click on to the next question
    button (2). Go to the summary on the button (3).
    Results in Inspera
  6. In the summary, you can read the total score (1) and the awarded points per
    question (2).
    Results in Inspera

Feedback

An assessor may have chosen to provide feedback on your answer. This is then displayed on the page with the final grade under the heading “Feedback”. Click on the text (1) to view the feedback.

Feedback in Inspera

The next page lists the information that the assessor has commented on.

Feedback

Once you have opened a commented task, you can read the assessor’s feedback by
clicking the arrow, highlighted in the image below (1).

Feedback

The image below shows an opened feedback panel with the assessor’s comments.

Feedback