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 […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Delete Messages, Mail Client, Pine
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 […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: checklist
How Do I Change Where My Reply Starts in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Description: In Mozilla Thunderbird, when replying to a message, you can have your reply inserted above or below the original message. Instructions to Change Reply Location 1. While logged in to Mozilla Thunderbird, click on the menu and click on. 2. On the left-hand menu, select the option under your email account, which will bring up […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Mail Clients, reply, Thunderbird
How Can I Create a Resource Calendar?
Description: A Resource Calendar can be created only by a calendar administrator. Requests can be submitted through Remedy or by calling 962-HELP for assistance.
» Subjects: Calendar, Email » Tags: Campus Exchange, resource
Managing a List
Description: To List or Not to List If you need to send mail frequently to a number of people, probably the simplest solution is to set up an address book group in your email client. All of the ITS-supported email clients (Mozilla Thunderbird, Mulberry, Outlook, and Pine) make it very easy to construct such a group […]
» Subjects: Email, Listserv » Tags: manage, Web Interface
What is e-mail address obfuscation?
Description: Introduction E-mail address obfuscation is the practice of concealing your e-mail address from spammers or harvesters while maintaining the ability to freely publish your e-mail address to publicly-accessible electronic forums. One tool that spammers use to collect e-mail addresses are harvesters. Harvesters are automated programs that crawl webpages and record email addresses that they find […]
» Subjects: Email, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Phishing, spam
Subscribing to a List
Description: Table of Contents Introduction Basic Terms Methods for Using List Commands Essentials: Joining a List Posting a Message to the List Visiting Your List on the Web and Modifying Your Settings Modifying Your List Settings Via Email Moving On… Introduction Lists allow email discussions among a group of people. Instead of sending a mail message […]
» Subjects: Email, Listserv » Tags: subscribe
How can I get an email domain or host removed from the spam block list?
Description: Introduction In an effort to reduce the amount spam received by users of the UNC-CH central email system, ITS utilitizes email block lists to block email domains and individual hosts known to be sources of spam from sending messages to @email.unc.edu email addresses. When email messages are sent from these blocked domains or hosts, the […]
» Subjects: Email, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Block List, spam
Office 365 – Out of Office Assistant (Automatic Replies)
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 […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, Office 365 » Tags: Campus Exchange, Mail Client, Office 365, Out of Office, OWA, Vacation
Office 365 – 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 […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, Office 365 » Tags: Address Book, Campus Exchange, Mail Client, Office 365