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Instructions for sending campus mail.
This article provides general information about McAfee DLP end user notification when a file or message containing a Social Security Number (SSN) is sent in an email or copied to an external USB drive.
This article provides general awareness information about and instructions for responding to phishing campaigns.
This article provides examples of student employment-related email scams.
Office 365 Message Encryption allows ISU email users to send secure protected emails with individuals outside of the University. This can be important to ensure messages securely reach the intended recipient, especially if sensitive data is included.
This article describes the steps to take and what to look for in an email to help you identify an email phishing scam and protect your personal information. This article is for students, faculty, and staff.
Malicious actors are using the Coronavirus event as a basis for sending phishing emails, purporting to offer information about the event.
Retiree email accounts are deleted once annually if a retiree has not logged in to the account for one year. The process is run in October, looking at activity from September 15 of the previous year to October 16 of the current year. If an account is deleted, it can be recovered for 30 days with mail in it; if it is requested to be recovered after 30 days from deletion, a new (empty) account will be created.
This will provide answers to frequently asked questions for connecting receiving your ISU email via your mobile device
This article provides instructions on how to separate email conversations into messages in the Outlook Web App for staff, faculty, and students
This article describes how to create an email distribution list for PC or Mac.
This article describes how to add the recommended confidentiality statement to your Outlook email signature. The target audience is faculty and staff.
The process of changing your email address or University Username after a name change is complex, but the Technology Support Center can guide you through the process.
This article describes frequently asked questions about LISTSERV mailing list used for repeated correspondence with a group of people. The target audience is faculty and staff.