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Dec
20

NDUS Information Technologies Building Dedicated

The new Information Technologies Building in Grand Forks is now open for business and represents a partnership between NDUS and UND. It was dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 22, 2013. The building’s approximately 40,000 square feet can … Continue reading

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May
17

Thursby Receives ITCND 2013 IT Champion Award

Randall Thursby, chief information officer of the North Dakota University System, received the Information Technology Council of North Dakota’s (ITCND) North Dakota IT Champion award during the 13th annual IT Awards Program on May 1 in Fargo. Thursby was recognized … Continue reading

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Dec
21

Polycom Videoconferencing Expanding to the Desktop

NDUS SITS has adopted Polycom’s CMA (Converged Management Application) as the preferred solution for desktop video connectivity with traditional IVN rooms. Currently, about 40 users have been using CMA during the Fall 2012 semester to connect to IVN classes. CMA … Continue reading

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Nov
8

Tidbit 6: Change the Display of Outlook Messages

Outlook Web Access provides several menu choices for changing how email messages can be viewed.   The Filter menu displays messages that meet criteria you select or specify from the list such as unread message, flagged messages, and messages from … Continue reading

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Nov
8

Tidbit 7: Microsoft Lync

Microsoft Lync is a robust communications tool that is included in the Office 365 suite. It provides instant messaging capabilities, PC-to-PC audio/video calling, and online meeting capabilities. It also establishes user presence. To install Lync, logon to http://portal.microsoftoneline.com and click … Continue reading

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Nov
1

Tidbit 5: Customizing Outlook Web Access Mail Settings

The Outlook Web Access offers a number of options for customization.  To personalize your settings in Outlook Web Access, logon to http://portal.microsftonline.com and click Options under Outlook. From there, select Settings on the left and choose the customization options for … Continue reading

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Oct
29

Tidbit 4: EZ steps to check the size of your mailbox

Each Office 365 mailbox has a storage capacity of 25 GB. For many, this is more than enough storage and there will be no need to worry about reaching capacity. You have two ways to check how much storage you … Continue reading

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Oct
19

Tidbit 3: Mail Capacity & Limitations

Mail Capacity and Limitations: Office 365 does have some capacity limitations. The limits are extreme and most users will never run up against them. But just in case, here they are: Mailbox Capacity: 25 GB This is   the total … Continue reading

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Oct
15

Tidbit 2: Quick Start to Learning More About Office 365

Quick Start to Learning More About Office 365 The Quick Start guide in the Office 365 portal provides immediate help on subjects like how to set up Office 365 on your smartphone or iPad, and an orientation to new features … Continue reading

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Oct
10

Tidbit 1: Deleting Messages and the Deleted Items Folder

Messages placed in the Deleted Items folder will be permanently deleted after 30 days. So beginning October 21, the Deleted Items folder will only contain email messages and other items such as tasks and appointments that have been deleted within … Continue reading

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