Since Zoom is a critical resource during our current times of remote work and learning, we’re always looking for better ways to make scheduling and starting meetings even easier for you. That’s why we have recently enabled the Zoom add-in for both Outlook for desktop and your SMU Webmail, so basic Zoom meeting options are integrated into your e-mail experience.
Starting today, Monday, January 29, 2018, Duo two-factor authentication (2FA) will be required to access SMU Webmail using a web browser. We have worked to make this as seamless as possible and the request for 2FA will only be asked once while using that same web browser. Continue reading Duo Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for Webmail is Live
In 2016, SMU received over 504 million e-mails. Out of all of those e-mails, only 2.8% of them were legitimate messages that actually made it to inboxes. The rest were all junk, including messages with viruses, marketing materials, and other messages from addresses with bad reputations. Continue reading Got Spam? Report it to Us!
As faculty and staff mailboxes are upgraded to Exchange 2016, you will notice that your webmail client will look drastically different. While the old Outlook Web Access from Exchange 2010 didn’t always work well on different web browsers, the new webmail interface plays nicely with all browsers and has lots of improved features to make managing your e-mail less of a headache.
Read on to find out more about your new webmail!
Starting on March 27, 2017, OIT will begin moving Exchange 2010 mailboxes to our new Exchange 2016 system. Most of the changes will occur behind the scenes and should have a little noticeable impact on email service. Users of webmail will have noticed the updated experience that was implemented in January to the Outlook web client. These changes will allow for better collaboration, improved search, and of course, that improved Outlook web experience for all web browsers.
Continue reading Exchange 2016 Mailbox Migrations Begin Next Week