Note: The following instructions only work using an Outlook Email Client installed on your computer. This will not work in the Outlook Web App (OWA).
This article contains the following four sections:
Add Your Student Account to an Employee Outlook Client
In Outlook, click File > Add Account.
Figure 1: File tab in Outlook 2010 with "add account" highlighted.
Enter Your name, student E-mail address, password and retype password.
Figure 2: Add new account screen requesting the user enter information.
Click "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and select Next.
Figure 3: Add new account screen with "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" selected.
Select "Internet E-Mail" and click Next.
Figure 4: Add new account window with "Internet Email" selected.
The account name and email address fields should be populated with the information previously entered. For Account Type, select IMAP. For Incoming and Outgoing mail server, enter pod51008.outlook.com. Enter your @student.csulb.edu email address in the User Name field and enter your password. Select More Settings.
Figure 5: Add new account screen with "IMAP settings" inputted.
On the Advanced tab, enter 993 in the Incoming server (IMAP) field and select SSL next to type of encrypted connection. Enter 587 in the Outgoing server (SMTP) field and select TLS next to type of encrypted connection. Click OK.
Figure 6: Advanced window with "server port settings" inputted.
On the Outgoing Server tab, select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. Click OK > Next.
Figure 7: Outgoing Server window with "authentication required" selected.
The following Test Account Settings window will appear:
Figure 8: Test Account Settings window illustrating success.
Once complete, you will receive the following confirmation window. Click Finish.
Figure 9: Add new account window displaying "Success" message.
Once you have added your student account, you will see both your @csulb.edu and @student.csulb.edu accounts in the Outlook Navigation Pane to the left.
You can now drag and drop messages from your student account into your employee account using either option below.
If you would like your student emails to be transferred, yet stored in a separate folder from your employee mail, create a new folder in your employee mailbox (right click on the "Inbox" folder and click New Folder…).
Then drag and drop your student messages into the new folder you created.
Note: If you drag and drop an item from the student account mailbox to the employee account folder, that item is moved entirely (not copied).
To transfer messages from your student "Inbox" to your employee "Inbox":
- Click on your student "Inbox" folder and select all messages by keying "Ctrl+A" on your keyboard (all messages will be highlighted blue).
- Click any of the blue highlighted messages, then drag and drop them into the your employee "Inbox" folder.
Figure 10: Transfer of messages from student to employee mailbox.
Note: If you drag and drop an item from the student account mailbox to the employee account, that item is moved entirely (not copied) to the destination mailbox.
Once you have moved messages, you will need to forward your BeachMail email address to your @csulb.edu email address to ensure messages received after the transfer of email continue to arrive in your email account. To accomplish the email forwarding, please follow the steps below.
Forward BeachMail email to another address
E-mail can be forwarded to any email address by signing in to BeachMail.
- Sign in to your BeachMail account at BeachMail.csulb.edu.
- From the mail view, select Options.
- Select See All Options.
- Click Connected Accounts tab.
- Scroll down to Forwarding.
- Enter your preferred email address.
- Click on Start Forwarding.
- Save changes and test by sending a message to your @student.csulb.edu address.
To view steps on transferring @student email Contacts, visit this page.