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Training Tip: Set Up Automatic Replies from Outlook
If you are heading out of the office for the upcoming holiday or a vacation, you might want to use the automatic replies feature in Outlook. With these messages, you can let colleagues and others know that you won’t be checking email and when you wil (More)
Training Tip: Stay in Touch with the Outlook Mobile App
This spring break, you can easily stay in touch over email with the Outlook mobile app. For Office 365 users, the Outlook app allows you to access your UChicago email account to send and receive email, attach files, and schedule meetings all from you (More)
Training Tip: Avoid Email Scams
IT Services has been monitoring an active, persistent scam that is targeting staff at the University as well as many other institutions. These types of email scams use messaging to press a recipient to act quickly, usually asking the recipient to pur (More)
Training Tip: Share Your Schedule with Outlook
As University staff and instructors, you may be working through these last few weeks of the year. Let your colleagues know when you’re available by sharing your Outlook calendar. There are several ways to share your Outlook calendar, and you can c (More)
Training Tip: Set Your Out of Office Reply
With Thanksgiving on its way and more holidays around the corner, you may be planning to take some time off. Setting up an automated out of office message is an easy way to share your schedule, alternate contacts who are available to respond to reque (More)
Training Tip: Stay Connected with Mobile Apps
While you’re waiting in line to vote this Election Day, use mobile apps to stay connected with your colleagues or classmates at the University. To check your UChicago email, download the Microsoft Outlook app for your More)
Training Tip: Don't Get Scared by Email Scams
This Halloween, don’t get scared by phishing emails using trickery to try to get your information. Simply ignore and delete these messages. If you’re unsure, forward the message as an attachment to security@uchi (More)
Training Tip: Use Email Protection to Manage Your Messages
The University is enabling a new email protection service this week for all @uchicago.edu email accounts. The new service has enhanced capabilities to identify and block spam as well as to better protect accounts from phishing attempts and malicious (More)
Training Tip: Identify and Report Phishing Emails
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. By knowing about potential threats, you can help protect yourself and the University community. A common tactic cybercriminals use is phishing, which is a fraudulent email that appears to come fro (More)
Training Tip: Explore IT Resources for Students
Autumn Quarter begins next week, and IT Services has a quick start guide on the technology resources available for UChicago students. Visit its.uchicago.edu/students to learn about setting up your CNetI (More)
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