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The ACCC runs an LDAP server that you can use to look up the names and email addresses of people with NetID@uic.edu email addresses. This page explains how to use this LDAP server with Outlook 2010 and 2007.

Visit the IAM Password Management page at identity.uillinois.edu to set up or modify your password recovery options.  The contact information you provide will allow self management of your password if it becomes unusable (expired, forgotten, or locked) and will only be used for password changes, computer account security events including concerns or alerts involving your high risk data, or as authorized by law.

Service: Security

Password managers can help you remember and secure all of your passwords.

Have you been using pine on tigger to manage your uic.edu email?

  • Want to get away from logging in all the time, but still use your trusty pine interface?
  • Want to be able to use pine and still save attachments directly to your personal computer?
  • Want to use pine to read your GoogleApps@UIC email?

You can do all of these things with the personal computer versions of Alpine. (The "pine" on tigger has been the newer Alpine for many years. It's the same thing.)

Service: UICalendar

The lack of direct SyncML sync to iCal on the iPhone is because Apple won't let third party software interact with iCal. Synthesis AG got tired of waiting for this to change, and decided to make their own calendar and task application; Todo+Cal+Sync is the result.

There are only two problems:

While the current Wepa pilot is running in several locations on campus, U-Print printers are still the default print destination in the following open computer labs:

  • Benjamin Goldberg Research Center (BGRC) 105

  • Grant Hall (GH) 304 and 306

  • Science & Engineering Labs East (SELE) 2058, 2249, 2249F, 2263, and 2265

  • Science & Engineering Offices (SEO) 430 and 1200

  • Science & Engineering South (SES) 201

UIC students, faculty and staff have more than one email service to choose from. The UIC email address ​NetID@uic.edu can forward email to existing non-university accounts, accounts managed by ACCC, and other university email systems. ACCC supports the following email services:

Similar to having an assistant help you manage your incoming paper mail, you can use Microsoft Outlook to allow another person, known as a delegate, to receive and respond to e-mail messages and meeting requests and responses on your behalf. You can also grant additional permissions that allow your delegate to read, create, or have more control over items in your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox.

The ACCC runs an LDAP server that you can use to look up the names and email addresses of people using NetID@uic.edu email addresses. This page explains how to use this LDAP server with Address Book and Mail.app on Macs.

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Service: UICalendar

The Oracle Mobile Data Sync, or OMA-DS (formerly known as SyncML), allows you to sync your mobile phone or PDA with a wireless connection directly with the UIC UICalendar server, without connecting it to a PC or Mac and without using your phone or PDA's Web browser. It does require OMA-DS/SyncML support on your mobile phone or PDA -- either built-in or through purchased software. In this case, you enter a specialized URL into SyncML client software. The SyncML client uses the URL to talk to the UICal server and syncs both ways, to the phone or PDA and back to UICal.

There isn't a specific tool to transfer all your data from UICalendar to your Google Calendar, but it is easy to get data from UICal into Google Calendar. You can either:

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Service: Box

To open a Box account visit the University of Illinois Box Signup page. Select ​University of Illinois at Chicago​ from the list of campuses and click Select this campus. You can opt to remember these settings for up to a month. Authenticate via Bluestem with your UIC NetID and password. 

An email alias is an email address that forwards messages to a single existing email address. An email alias is not an account and does not have a password associated with it. Email aliases must be requested and owned by a UIC faculty or staff member who will manage the forwarding of the alias. Email aliases are useful for receiving email related to a specific purpose that has only one intended recipient. 

UIC faculty, staff and students can use the Listserv Creation Form to create new lists. The list will be created immediately; its email address will be listname@listserv.uic.edu, where listname is the name you selected for the list. The additional email alias listname@uic.edu will be created instantly as well, although this is only an alias that routes email to listname@listserv.uic.edu.

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Service: Printing

The Dragon Dollar$ program is the official campus debit account linked to your i-card. You may purchase Dragon Dollar$ at one of the designated locations or online.

Service: UICalendar

The most flexible way to access UICalendar on your iPhone is still to use Safari on the iPhone to use the UICalendar web client. However, other ways of using UICalendar from the iPhone are getting a lot better now. By far the easiest way is to import your UICalendar calendar into iCal on the your iOS device. This gives you everything, including alarms. The only thing that is missing is that you can't enter new events on the iPhone and upload them to UICalendar. Importing your UICal calendar into iCal requires at least iOS 3.0.

The easiest way to import contacts into Gmail is to export your contacts from your old email client into a comma-delimited file, and then import the contents of the comma-delimited file into GoogleApps@UIC.

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The Hessling Editor (THE) is a text editor that uses both command line commands and key bindings to operate. It is intended to be similar to the VM/CMS System Product Editor, XEDIT, and to Mansfield Software KEDIT. THE was originally written to be used by people already familiar with the above editors. For this reason, there is limited information on using THE. Greater emphasis is placed on reference materials, such as command syntax and configuration.

The following list of Windows and Mac OS X software is available through Active Directory Desktop Advantage (ADDA):

Windows

  • Ansys 11.0
  • Atlas.Ti 7.0
  • Corel Draw 12: Graphics Suite 11
  • Corel Word Perfect Office X3
  • DBMS/COPY 8
  • EndNote X
  • FinePrint
  • MiniTAB 16
  • NUD*IST 4
  • SAS 9.4
  • SigmaPlot 12
  • SPSS 22
  • Stata 14

Mac OS X

  • Adobe CS 4
  • Endnote 9
  • Mathematica 6 and 7
  • Microsoft Office 2004 and 2008

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