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Email mailbox migration, upgrade under way

    PULLMAN, Wash. – Information Technology Systems is upgrading the WSU email Connect! system from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010.  The upgrade is for customers using the central ITS Exchange service ( with email addresses that are in the domain.    On Monday, June 27, ITS will start migrating existing customer mailboxes to […]

E-mail problems when sending to WSU employees

WSU employees moving — or having already moved — from Eudora to Microsoft Outlook need to use the “Global Address List” when sending e-mails to WSU addressees, according to John Daleo, Connect! project manager. Old or imported contact information and/or addresses with nickname information may be out-of-date. If these addresses are used, your e-mail might […]

APAC meeting April 7 eyes new e-mail system

Connect! a project that ultimately will unite computer users universitywide under one integrated e-mail, calendar and contact program, will be the main topic of discussion at the next Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) meeting, 9:30-11 a.m. Thursday, April 7, to be broadcast from Murrow 53 in Pullman. The meeting will be available at various WHETS […]

Move will integrate e-mail, calendar, contact program

A project that ultimately could unite computer users universitywide under one integrated e-mail, calendar and contact program is under way and gaining momentum. The project is designed to improve electronic messaging, encourage collaboration and provide a seamless, integrated, intuitive, communication system to all departments. This project, titled CONNECT!, centers around the launching and expansion of […]

WSU Announcements streamlined

Using WSU Announcements, the university e-mail information service, is about to get easier. As of Nov. 15, those wishing to submit or subscribe to WSU Announcements may do so online at http:, said Barbara Petura, associate vice president for University Relations. “While subscribers will still receive WSU Announcements twice daily, faculty, staff and student […]

Set up your own e-mail filters

Washington State University servers filter most junk e-mail before it reaches employees’ computers, but some of the sneaky spam still gets through. If you’re fighting a deluge of unwanted messages, you can quickly and easily apply filters on your own computer to target the spam that’s targeting you. “WSU IT (Department of Information Technology) marks […]