You can connect to your Exchange account using the following Apple programs.
Macintosh OS 10.6:
Macintosh OS 10.7 - OS 10.8:
Macintosh OS 10.9:
If you cannot connect to Exchange and you have SecureMac (OIT provided application package that contains Fetch and terminal shortcuts) installed on your computer, you need to delete a file on your computer. Learn how to delete it.
On May 1, 2011, The Office of the Chancellor, on behalf of University Counsel John Sleeman and Larry Levine, AVC for IT and CIO, informed faculty and staff at the University of Colorado Boulder about the System APS records retention policy and asked faculty and staff to utilize the campuswide email and calendaring solution. Read the e-memo.
Arrangements have been made to accommodate those who work with organizations with whom the university has made arrangements to use these organizations' domain as one's email delivery location.
You can access your Exchange account through any web browser using Outlook Web App (OWA). However, you are able to access additional features if you are using Internet Explorer.
OWA has the option of choosing a "private" computer or a "public" computer. If you select "private" you will be able to stay connected for hours rather than minutes. It is not recommended that you select "private" if you are on a public computer.
Standard Exchange accounts include 1GB of storage space for email, calendar entries, tasks, and notes. To request additional storage space contact the IT Service Center at (303) 735-HELP or email firstname.lastname@example.org. OIT provides Exchange quota increases in 500 MB increments.
You can check your quota by logging in with your IdentiKey at https://exchangequota.colorado.edu/.
There are some attachments that will not send if you try to attach them to an email message.
These attachments are:
ade, adp, ani, bas, bat, chm, cmd, com, cpl, crt, dll, exe, hlp, hta, inf, ins, isp, js, jse, lnk, mdb, mde, msc, msi, msp, mst, pcd, pif, reg, scr, sct, shb, shs, vb, vbe, vbs, wri, wsc, wsf, wsh
Note: An attached .zip file that contains one of the file types listed above, will also fail to send.
These help pages describe how to use CU-Boulder's list processing software, ListProc, which runs on the OIT system lists.colorado.edu. This software allows subscribers to send messages to email lists, which local list owners manage themselves.
Refer to the Instructions/Tutorials list below to find information relevant to Exchange and mobile devices.
CULink email and calendar accounts are available to CU-Boulder students.
Student account information
Faculty and staff acount information
Some CU-Boulder faculty, staff, and students utilize other OIT servers such as spot.colorado.edu and rintintin.colorado.edu for email and/or web page hosting. Email can be accessed through an email program such as Outlook, or through a secure terminal program called Pine.
You can change your password by logging into your account via a SSH terminal application and typing the command passwd. Or contact the IT Service Center for assistance.
Pine is a simple email program you can use to check your email through an SSH terminal application.
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