PULLMAN, Wash. – Because Washington State University is committed to providing excellent communication to all students, we have made an important policy change regarding email correspondence. Effective this fall, all official WSU email communication must be sent to a student’s WSU email address, beginning Aug. 24 (the first day of fall 2015 classes).
By Casey Hanson, Information Technology Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – Information Technology Services (ITS) will implement a new email protection service provided by ProofPoint on Tuesday, Feb. 24. ProofPoint Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) will check email messages for malicious URLs and/or attachments as they come into the Washington State University central email system.
By Casey Hanson, Information Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – Information Services has made three enhanced features available for the VoIP telephone system. Single Inbox Messaging, Reach Me Anywhere and Point to Point Video Calling are available to faculty and staff who use the Pullman phone system and the central WSU Exchange mailbox system (Outlook email).
PULLMAN – To maintain Exchange/Outlook e-mail storage space, Information Technology Services (ITS) is reminding faculty and staff to clean out e-mail boxes and folders — deleting or archiving information regularly.
Accounts hosted centrally be ITS generally have a standard quota size of 200 MB. E-mail boxes receive notifications when they are getting near their quota size, including a warning when they reach 160 MB.
“E-mail management is a chore for anyone,” said Arlo Clizer, director of operations and systems services. “More help from end-users will assist ITS in maintaining capacity and reliability for this important shared service.”
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That’s the strong suggestion from a recent WSU study intended to discern what key knowledge, experience and traits determine who may be more or less likely to fall prey to such scams.
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