How to Manually Update the Global Address List (GAL)
Description: Why and when would I need to update the GAL? When searching for a user in outlook using the address book and: You cannot find the person You can find the person and their email address is not listed or incorrect. This is usually due to a sync issue with the exchange server which is […]
» Subjects: Calendar, Directory, Directory Sharing, Email, Exchange, Office 365 » Tags: calendar, directory, Directory Sharing, email, GAL, Global Address List (GAL), Office 365, UNC SOM
Getting Connected at UNC
» Subjects: Android, Calendar, Email, Exchange, HeelMail, Introduction to Email, iOS, Mac OS X, Microsoft, Mobile Devices, Software » Tags: Android, email, Exchange, HeelMail, iOS, iPad, iphone, ipod, Microsoft Outlook, outlook
Sending Email Without SMTP Authentication
Description: Email automatically generated through servers, workstations or printer/scanner/fax machines can be sent through UNC’s email system without requiring SMTP authentication. As of 12/19/2013, the need to register machines to add them to the relay.unc.edu whitelist will no longer be required. All machines which send email through the sub-net ranges listed here (except for UNC Guest […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange » Tags: email, relay.unc.edu, SMTP
How can I see all of my e-mail folders?
Description: IMPORTANT NOTE: The folder subscription instructions below are only for Exchange or HeelMail accounts that have been configured with IMAP settings, using an IMAP email application such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Apple Mail or MS-Outlook. In some cases, you may not see all of your folders in your e-mail client. This happens when some folders are […]
» Subjects: Email » Tags: email, folder, subscribe
How do I get a UNC e-mail account?
Description: Before you can get an email account, you must first have a UNC PID (personal identification number) and you must be actively affiliated with UNC-Chapel Hill. Typically, being actively affiliated means that you are enrolled as a student in a course of study or you are a member of the faculty or staff. Information on […]
» Subjects: Administrative, Email, Exchange, HeelMail, Onyen & Guest ID » Tags: email, Onyen
E-Mail – What is the maximum number of recipients for an email message?
Description: What is the maximum number of recipients for an e-mail message? The maximum number of recipients for an e-mail message sent through Exchange (outlook.unc.edu) is 5000 recipients and HeelMail (heelmail.unc.edu) is 500 recipients. Alternatives for sending messages to 100+ recipients If you do not have an Exchange account: Split up the recipient list and send […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, HeelMail » Tags: email, email service, mass email, messages, size
UNC Encrypted Email (Encryption)
Description: Overview UNC Encrypted Email provides message encryption between the sender and recipient, and can be received by any email user, independent of email client or operating system, without installing any software. This will encrypt the entire email including attachments. Please note: If you have questions regarding the type of messages or data that should be […]
» Subjects: Email, Encryption » Tags: [secure] Encrypt, Cisco, CRES, e-mail, email, Encryption, Secure, UNC encrypted email
Taking Your E-Mail and Data With You When You Leave
Description: These instructions are intended for students to back up personal data and not intended to be used for institutional data. If you have questions about the type of data you want to back up, please contact the ITS Servicedesk at http://help.unc.edu/servicedesk. About Your E-Mail & AFS Space After you leave the university, your access to […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, HeelMail » Tags: Campus Exchange, email, email data, Exchange, HeelMail, leave, live@edu, taking