The College's Michael J Grant Campus in Brentwood has been selected as the venue for a speech by President Donald Trump on the subject of MS-13 gang violence, this coming Friday, July 28th. The speech will take place in the VanNostrand Theatre and is scheduled for Friday afternoon. Please note that the audience is restricted to invited members of law enforcement and the media, with all invitations being handled by the White House. Due to traffic conditions, you are encouraged to avoid the area.
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Managing Your Mail

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Connecting to Your Email from Home
On Campus College Mailbox CleanUp Tips

From Home - Changing the Settings for Your Mail Servers

The simplest way to get you SCCC mail from off campus is to use Outlook Web.

This method uses an internet browser and the SCCC homepage. Your SCCC mailbox opens, allowing you to read, respond, write, and delete mail items. We recommend this interface because it maintains one true copy of your mailbox.
Users may have to refresh or re establish the link to the log in screen for this method since the college upgraded the version of Exchange. From the SCCC help page click on the Outlook Web link. If this had been marked as a Favorite or Bookmark, reset the link. Link at the beginning of this paragraph.
One issue that can occur with use of the Outlook Web Access is a problem replying to messages. The error message "550:Reply denied" will appear. To correct this problem the user has to reconfigure their email client to use their ISP's server as the Outgoing mail server.(SMTP).
Other mail programs will "pop" your mail at home to your home PC. This may or may not remove your mail from the college server depending on settings you choose in the mail program on your home PC.
Confusion often occurs when users are notified that their mailbox is full and they have deleted old mail. The old mail may only be deleted from the home PC and a copy may remain on the server. The server maintains the mailbox that may become full.

Troubleshooting Outlook Web Use

Recent upgrades in AOL versions (i.e. V.9) have made aggressive attempts to block spam and unwanted email. Some of the blocking techniques may also block SCCC users from opening OWA mailboxes.
1. If you have a pop-up blocker active in your Internet Browser it may cause an error when you attempt to reply or send in Outlook Web. The fix for this is to disable the blocker temporarily or just hold down the Ctrl key when you click Reply or Send.
2. Open this link for detailed instructions for OWA in AOLin a WinXP environment.


Why do I get the message from the System Administrator that my mailbox is full when I have deleted the items in the inbox and sent items?