Starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, August 19, 2022, the yearly Bulk Email List Refresh for all managed lists will be performed. All managed bulklists (bulklist.smu.edu) will be repopulated with the full membership of each group. The Bulk Email List Refresh is expected to be completed by 10 a.m. No mail sent to bulklist.smu.edu will be processed until the refresh is complete, so please limit sending email notifications to your lists until after 10 a.m. Continue reading Annual Bulk Email List Refresh Returns on August 19
In this edition of OIT’s Quick Tip, we’re reminding you about the ability to manage your bulk email subscriptions for your SMU email account. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed by your inbox lately, stop my mylists.smu.edu to get it under control! Continue reading Quick Tip: Manage Your SMU Email Subscriptions Easily
Starting this March, you’ll probably see fewer spam messages in your inbox and will find them in your Junk Email or Deleted Items folders instead. This is because OIT will be implementing an enhanced spam filtering system, Armorblox, to more aggressively prevent unwanted emails from reaching you. Continue reading New Spam Filtering Service Enters the Fight Against Unwanted Emails
On January 22, 2021, all bulk email lists were refreshed for the upcoming spring semester. This included faculty, staff, graduate, and undergraduate student lists. You may now unsubscribe from Campus Lists or School Lists, if desired, at mylists.smu.edu. Continue reading Manage your list subscriptions
As we monitor the situation surrounding COVID-19, SMU is implementing contingency plans in preparation for the possibility of disruptions. Above all, the SMU community will be vigilant and committed to preserving the learning and instructional process. We recognize the imperative to prevent or to mitigate learning interruptions for all students, and are especially mindful of the experience of those students scheduled to graduate at the conclusion of this semester. To that end, SMU will ensure that online course delivery technologies and support resources are available to all faculty for immediate use in the event that on-campus attendance is impeded at any point in the future.
As we make plans to support the scenario where in-person courses must be moved online during an emergency, several key technology systems will play critical roles in enabling instructional continuity. Continue reading Important Notice About Technical Readiness for Continued Instruction