Handbook and Manuals For OVEC Employees & District Administrators:
Employee Handbook 2012-2013
OVEC Policy Manual 2012-2013
Financial Procedures Manual
OVEC Technology Use Policy
The OVEC Technology Acceptable Use Policy is official OVEC policy and is referenced directly by the Policy Manual. New employees will be required to sign a statement indicating understanding and compliance. Current employees should be aware that the revised AUP applies to all OVEC employees.
OVEC Technology Acceptable Use Policy
Outlook Web Application (OWA)
OVEC has migrated her email to Microsoft Exchange 2010 and changed the webmail to Outlook (OWA). The e-mail addresses remain the same.
The new systems web address is: https://mail.ovec.org
To access your email online go to https://mail.ovec.org and type in your username (WITHOUT @ovec.org) and password.
The screens are set default to the options needed.
If you like to change the settings you can. The log-on screen gives you two options for security.
Select 'This is a public or shared computer' and it will automatically log you off after 15 minutes.
Select This is a private computer and it will keep you logged on for 8 hours.
It also gives you an option Use the light version of Outlook Web App, use this when you are on a slow connection or have unusually strict browser security settings.
Next screen will give you the option to choose to optimize OWA if you have low vision and use a screen reader of high contrast settings. You can modify this choice at any time using Options.
Choose the language and Time Zone you are in and click on OK. That is it. You are looking at your new webmail, including calendar, contacts, documents and tasks as in Outlook on your local computer. After the conversion all information will be synchronized automatically for you, wherever you log on.
For basic training on the new system see this demonstration of OWA.