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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 (connect.wsu.edu) with email addresses that are in the NID@wsu.edu 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 Old or imported contact information and/or addresses with nickname information may be out-of-date.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: announcements.wsu.edu, 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 […]