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July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
Browse to Google Groups for uni.edu to see a list of the groups you a member of.  If you are logged into your UNI Gmail account, you can click on the "Groups" link at the top. If the URL in the address bar does not end with uni.edu, you are at Google's public group directory which is not maintained by UNI.  Click on http://groups.google.com/a/uni.edu to be sure you are at UNI's Google Groups page. Complete instructions on removing yourself from a Google Group can be found here: http://support.google.com/groups/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=46608 Please note that you cannot remove...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
The steps below will guide you through configuring the Gmail application to check your UNI email. iOS devices can install it from the App Store. Step 1: Open Gmail application. If you’re already logged in, navigate to the menu tab. If you are not logged in, proceed to step 4. Step 2: Select the drop down arrow to enter account selection. Step 3: Under account selection click on the “Add account” option. Step 4: When prompted to set up email, select Google   Step 5: Verify credentials if necessary Step 6: When adding account, use your UNI email address Step 7: Agree to the...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
When traveling in China, you may find that access to Google's GMail service is blocked at the country's "Great Firewall."  This can often be circumvented by use of a third-party VPN service that you've purchased prior to your trip. However, please keep in mind that electronic eavesdropping is considered to be widely prevalent in China, and the computers of foreign travelers are often compromised in an attempt to gain access to research and corporate data.  In short, if you can live without your e-mail for the duration of your stay, that's the safest thing to do.  If you can't, consider taking...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
  Some groups are configured such that anyone who wants to join can do so without needing an invitation from a manager. To join a group that allows self subscription: Send an email to myunigroupname+subscribe@uni.edu. (Substitue myunigroupname with the address of the group you'd like to join.) Within a minute or two, you will receive an email that includes steps to confirm your membership. To leave a group: You can remove yourself from a group using any of these steps: Option 1: Reply to an email from the group with REMOVE ME as the subject of your message. Option 2: Send an email to ...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
Academic departments can request a group to communicate to students of a particular major or minor.  Use of these groups should be restricted to a small set of people usually designated by the Department Head.  Once created, the groups are updated nightly using data from the SIS. The group names are based upon the 3-character codes assigned by the Registrar's office.   To request a major/minor group email servicedesk@uni.edu the following: 3-character major/minor code The specific SIS plan codes to be used as criteria when adding students Short list of faculty/staff that should be allowed...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
To view your class groups via the web interface, log into your UNI email account and click on the apps grid icon at the top of the page followed by the "Groups" icon. If you are unable to locate the "Groups" icon: Browse to https://groups.google.com, click on the apps grid icon and click "Add a shortcut". Please note the following items. Emailing your class group: you do not need to use the Google groups web interface to communicate with your class unless you choose to.  You can simply send email to the class email address.  The formula for a class email address is SUBJECT-1000-01-semester@...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
Departmental groups are updated nightly from current information in the Oracle eBusiness system.  Each group contains addresses for university staff in that particular department. These mailing lists are not restricted in normal use. However, combining multiple groups for a single mailing may be considered abuse and will be dealt with accordingly. The group names are derived directly from the department names as they appear in the University phonebook.  Some manipulations of those names are necessary so that the resulting addresses are syntactically legal:  Ampersands (&) and slashes...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
  Before you begin, browse to Google Groups for uni.edu to see a list of the groups you a member of.  To do this, log into your UNI Gmail account, you can click on the apps grid icon at the top, then on "Groups". If the URL in the address bar does not specify uni.edu, you are at Google's public group directory which is not maintained by UNI.  Click on http://groups.google.com/a/uni.edu to be sure you are at UNI's Google Groups page. Videos   Remove members from a group   Add members to a group To remove members from a group that you manage: On the "my groups" page, click on the group to...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
Google Apps for Education Core Services Include: Google Email (Gmail) - [ http://google.uni.edu/email  or http://email.uni.edu ] 30 GB of storage is available for Gmail, Drive (see below), and Google+ photos combined.  Gmail is securely powered by the web, so you can be productive from your desk, on the road, at home, and on your mobile phone. Google Calendar - [ http://google.uni.edu/calendar ] With Google Calendar, you can schedule meetings and events with your friends and classmates. Google Drive - [ http://google.uni.edu/drive ] With Google Drive, you can easily collaborate on...
July 24, 2018 - 1:57 pm
  Exporting Google group members: Login to your UNI email account at www.uni.edu/email Click on the "Groups" link at the top of the page. On the "My Groups" page, click on the group to be managed. Click on the "Manage" button at the top right next to the gear icon Click the "Export Members" button

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