[Exchange] Out of Office Assistant
Description: The Out of Office Assistant within Microsoft Outlook allows you to configure custom auto-responses to be sent in reply to the mail you receive while out of the office for reasons such as vacation or sickness. The robust configuration allows you to specify start and end dates and times, reply with messages tailored to people […]
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[Exchange] About the Microsoft Outlook Address Book
Description: Overview The Address Book is a collection of address books or address lists. You can use the Address Book to look up and select names, e-mail addresses, and distribution lists when you address messages. When you type a name in the To, Cc, or Bcc fields of an e-mail message, Microsoft Outlook automatically checks to […]
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What is Pine?
Description: What is Pine? Pine (Program for Internet News and Email) is intended to be an easy-to-use program for sending, receiving, and filing Internet electronic mail messages and Internet News (Usenet) messages. Pine supports the following Internet protocols and specifications: SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) NNTP […]
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How to Convert your Pine Address Book for use in Exchange or HeelMail Contacts.
Description: The University Pine application does not automatically convert the address book to the Campus Exchange or HeelMail system. Please follow the instructions below to convert your Pine address book to a Comma Separated Value (.csv), so it can be imported into Campus Exchange or HeelMail. In order to convert your Pine Addressbook (.addressbook file) to […]
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[Exchange/HeelMail] Exporting your Address Book from Thunderbird or Mulberry.
Description: The Thunderbird or Mulberry application does not automatically convert the address book to the Campus Exchange or HeelMail system. Please follow the instructions below to convert your Thunderbird or Mulberry address book to a Comma Separated Value (.csv), so it can be imported into Campus Exchange or HeelMail. The following instructions will guide you in […]
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[Exchange] How can I set up my iPhone or iPod Touch to connect to the UNC Exchange service?
Description: On Feb 9, 2015, ITS Security blocked the Microsoft Outlook App for iOS, due to security concerns.  If you have the application installed it will not connect to UNC Servers. This document explains how to configure your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch for your UNC e-mail account, with instructions for Campus Exchange accounts. If you […]
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[Exchange] Outlook 2011 for Mac Configuration
Description: The University’s Campus Exchange account can be configured in Outlook 2011 for Mac. This client offers full support for Exchange and is one of the recommended clients for Mac. In order to setup your account, please follow the configuration instructions below. The client (only) is available for download at http://shareware.unc.edu. Configuration Settings User Name: Onyen […]
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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 […]
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