What email server is used by Undergraduate Admissions?
Description: The Undergraduate Admissions Office uses a Microsoft Exchange email server in conjunction with their AdmissionsPro applications server. Larry (Lawrence) Heimer in the Admissions office is the IT contact for this item. Send any questions or problems to Larry at 966-3998.
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Secure Email with Pine (S/MIME)
Description: Overview S/MIME support for Pine lets you send/receive secure mail and use electronic signatures with your mail messages. Instructions 1. From the Menu, press for , then for . 2. Scroll down to the line titled smime-options. verify-on use-SSL_CERT_DIRECTORY sign-default-on save-certs-and-crl 3. Exit ( ) and save the configuration menu and return to the Main […]
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Mass E-mail Frequently Asked Questions
Description: Introduction The UNC-Chapel Hill Mass E-mail System is a tool for requesting and distributing official UNC-Chapel Hill messages through e-mail. This system provides support for mailing to predefined broad sectors of the University community. The Mass E-mail System is not intended to replace individual, school, or departmental address lists or mailing lists. These other methods […]
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What types of messages should I be deleting, and where should I look for them?
Description: What types of messages should I be deleting, and where should I look for them? Obviously, you should keep any messages that are important to you. Deleting any others will help reduce the total amount of space that your mailbox is using. An important thing to keep in mind is messages with large attachments can […]
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How do I find my local mail folders in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Description: For Mozilla Thunderbird, do the following: 1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird. 2. Go to the menu bar and click on Tools. 3. Click on Account Settings….  to open the Account Settings popup window. 4. Scroll down to the bottom of the Account Settings list and select Local Folders.     5. The path to your local mail folders […]
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Disabling the Messenger Service
Description: Note: This service is used to transmit administrative messages, such as those pertaining to print jobs and system status. Disabling this service will not affect any instant messanging software or chat clients e.g. AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, or MSN Messenger. From the Administrative tools control panel, select “Services” and locate the “Messenger ” service. Double […]
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Where can I find instructions on how to bounce email messages using some of the more popular but unsupported email programs?
Description: The following web site provides links to instructions for obtaining headers from email messages with a number of the most frequently encountered email programs: http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/19.html (“How do I get my email program to reveal the full, unmodified email?”)  
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How to Obtain Headers from an email?
Description: Table of Contents Purpose Obtaining Email Headers OWA Outlook 2007 Outlook 2010 Outlook 2011 Mac Mail Thunderbird Purpose This document is written to explain how to obtain the headers from emails within an email client. Obtaining Email Headers Note: If the Reporting Phishing and SPAM document referred you to this document then please copy and […]
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Deleting All Inbox Messages In Pine
Description: Why Use Pine to Delete Messages? This document assumes that you already have access to Pine through a SSH Secure Shell Client, Secure CRT or Mac OS-X terminal. The most efficient way to clear many messages from an inbox or subfolder is to use Pine. Because this email program does not have a graphic interface […]
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Ten Ways to Keep Your eSanity with eMail
Description: 1. Think twice before sending messages and when reading messages you receive. 2. Choose short, meaningful subject headings. 3. Separate major points into different messages. 4. Before forwarding a message, consider if the sender would want it forwarded. 5. Before forwarding a message that asks you to forward it to everyone you know, consider if […]
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