Why can’t I send a message to more than one list at the same time?
Description: The Allow Cross-Posting option defaults to NO for all new lists, and this is why you received that error message. The fix for it is: Visit http://selfservice.unc.edu/listmanager, then log in with your Onyen and password. Click the Log In and List Administrators links to log into your list. Go to Utilities > List Settings > […]
» Subjects: Email, Listserv » Tags: Mail Client, Message, Web Interface
What types of messages should I be deleting, and where should I look for them?
Description: 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 increase your mailbox size exponentially! Tip: One useful feature of many e-mail clients is the ability […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Mail Client, Recommend
Can I set up a vacation autoresponder for my email account when I am away?
Description: Can I set up a vacation autoresponder for my email account when I am away? Yes. Office 365 provides an e-mail auto-reply that automatically responds to senders of your incoming e-mail messages with a message notifying them that you are away and/or unable to read your e-mail. This service provided for the campus centralized Office […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, HeelMail » Tags: Mail Client, Out of Office, outlook, OWA, Vacation
Why can’t someone in Brazil using an ISP in Taiwan send messages to my UNC e-mail account?
Description: In accordance with best practices and industry standards, UNC e-mail administrators have taken an aggressive stance in removing spam from the UNC e-mail system. We have absolutely nothing against your mom, colleague, or friend. UNC-Chapel Hill reserves the right to reject mail identified as spam without providing notification to the recipient. In addition, legitimate e-mail […]
» Subjects: Email, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Mail Client, spam, Web Interface
Why didn’t I receive an e-mail message I was expecting?
Description: Various possible reasons include: The message contained a virus and was rejected. In addition to automatically rejecting the most notorious virus attachments, e.g. .scr and .pif files, we maintain current virus definition signature files on the UNC-Chapel Hill incoming mail servers to filter out viral messages. The message was sent from a blocked domain and […]
» Subjects: Email, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Junk Folder, Mail Client, spam