Navigating Around Outlook Web App (OWA)
How to navigate around the Outlook Web App (OWA)
Roles and Permissions
Discover what roles and permissions are needed to administer the various types of accounts, lists and mailboxes.
Registering a social care organisation, for example, a care provider or care home service
NHSmail are supporting NHS England with the enablement of secure email accounts for care providers to safely exchange patient or sensitive information with other health and social care professionals.
Creating an email signature
How to create an email signature
Setting automatic replies (Out of Office)
How to set automatic replies (Out of Office)
Guide for Health and Social Care Email Users
This guide will instruct on how email addresses are known to be secure (protected email in transit and upon receipt) and which addresses should use the email encryption tools.
Guide For Health And Social Care Organisations
This guide provides organisations with information on the DCB1596 secure email specification, electronic and digital signatures.
Shared Mailbox Guide for NHSmail
A shared mailbox is the new terminology for what was previously referred to as a Generic Mailbox (GM). This is a Shared Mailbox Guide
Using the NHS Directory (People Finder)
You can use the people finder functionality of the portal to search for the details (email, telephone number, pager, organisation details) of other colleagues who use NHSmail.
How to log into your account
Once you have received your log-in details, go to www.nhs.net where you can access your email account and visit the support pages for help and guidance.
How to hide / unhide your mobile phone number from the NHS Directory
A mobile phone number needs to be provided when applying for an NHSmail account as temporary passwords are sent via a text message.
What to do if your name changes
Name change for care