How do I use appointment slots in Bmail?

Appointment slots allow you to set up and share blocks of time so that others can sign up for an available slot. Note: Someone who signs up for a slot cannot see who booked other appointments or any other events on your calendar. Log in to Google Calendar and display your calendar in Week or Day […]

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How do I setup Bmail and Calendar on my iPhone or iPad?

Please follow these instructions to setup your iOS device to check your Bmail, including your Calendar and Contacts. On your device’s home screen, open the Settings application. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Tap Add Account. Tap Exchange. iOS 4.0+ allows multiple Exchange accounts. Enter your full Google Apps email address in the Email field and password […]

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How to clear the cache on different browsers

Sometimes users will have issues logging into myBucknell or Bmail, or other websites that store your credentials. Clearing the cache will frequently help, but every browser is different. Here are some helpful links that you can use to learn how to clear the cache in your browser. Firefox Chrome Internet Explorer Safari 7 for Mavericks (10.9) […]

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How do I change my return email address to my friendly email address?

Access your Bmail Inbox through myBucknell or by directly logging into bmail.bucknell.edu Click the gear icon and select Mail Settings Click Accounts tab In the Send mail as: section select Add another email address you own. In the pop-up window, fill the Name and Email address fields and click Next Step. NOTE:  If the email […]

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How do I setup my Android phone to check Bmail?

You can follow Gmail’s instructions for Google Apps customers. Be sure to use your full Bucknell email address, including @bucknell.edu. For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu. Keywords: bmail, calendar, email,events, gmail, mobile notification

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Deleting Messages in Bmail

With Bmail, you can either delete an entire conversation or one message from a conversation. Bmail will empty messages from your Trash automatically after 30 days. Delete an entire conversation: 1. Open the conversation (or select the checkbox next to it). 2. Click the Delete button to move the message to Trash. Delete a single […]

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Course Schedule in Bmail FAQ

Faculty & Staff: Course Schedule in Bmail Calendar If you do not think you are registered for a course, but you received an email to add it to your Bmail calendar: Were you registered for this course at the time the email message was sent, but dropped the course afterward? If this is true, do […]

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What is Google Drive?

One feature of Bmail is Google Drive (or Bmail Drive).  Google Drive allows you to easily create, share and edit files online. With Google Drive you can create: Documents – text based files, used for papers, letters, lists, etc. Spreadsheets – files used to organize or perform mathematical functions on data Presentations – files used […]

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Google+ FAQ

Joining Google+ Google+ is an opt-in service. You can create a Google+ account that is associated with your Bmail address. The first thing to do is to join Google+ and create your Google+ Profile. Make sure to join using the name you’re commonly known by.Learn more Join now at plus.google.com! Note that the black bar […]

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How do I manage pop-ups for specific sites with Google Chrome?

FAQ Details Did you know that Google Chrome automatically prevents pop-ups from appearing? Every time a pop-up is disabled, the icon appears at the end of your address bar. The following instructions are for managing pop-ups with Google Chrome. See recently disabled pop-ups If pop-ups have been blocked, you’ll see the icon in the address […]

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