Over 13,000 people have moved their CULink account to CU-Boulder’s Gmail service since spring break. The following people were prize winners in our random drawing from everyone who has migrated to Gmail or liked the OIT Facebook or Twitter pages.
Winners of $25 Google Play Cards: Laura Mitchell & Michael Braverman
The next step toward migration of student, alumni and retiree accounts from CULink to Gmail was completed on March 13 when Gmail mailboxes were created for all CU-Boulder affiliates. These mailboxes will be the future home of your CU-Boulder Gmail account (see details by affiliation below). The creation of Gmail mailboxes does not impact campus e-mail systems or e-mail delivery and the mailboxes will not initially be enabled for receiving e-mail messages; that will happen when your account migrates to Gmail.
TO: Boulder Campus Teaching & Research Faculty, Staff, Deans, Directors, Dept Chairs
FROM: Office of Information Technology
SENDER: Larry Levine, AVC for IT and CIO
DATE: October 6, 2011
SUBJECT: Completing the Transition to Our New Messaging and Calendaring Service
Migrations from CULink to the all-new campus Microsoft Exchange service have been progressing steadily and now approximately one-third of all faculty, staff and retiree accounts are on Exchange. Exchange is provided to all Boulder campus faculty, staff and retirees (and student employees upon request) as a common-good service, meaning there is no direct cost to you or your department.