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Student E-mail Password Notice!
Beginning Tuesday, March 1, all student university e-mail passwords will automatically be changed to match the passwords currently set for JNET and Blackboard Learn accounts. Students who normally log into their university e-mail accounts via JNET will see no change in service. Those students who log in via https://outlook.office365.com or any other means will need to use their JNET passwords as of the above date.
This change in service may affect any students who have set-up their university e-mail on their mobile devices. In this case, students will need to reset their e-mail passwords in the settings of their devices. Instructions for resetting e-mail passwords on both iPhones and android devices are listed below. (Due to the numerous variations in android devices, screenshots may differ from one device to the next. If this is the case, users may prefer to set-up their student e-mail from scratch.)
- How to Change Your Student E-mail Password on iPhone
- Setting Up Student E-Mail on iPhone using Exchange
- How to Change Your Student E-mail Password on Android
- Setting Up Student E-Mail on Android using Exchange
If you are not logged into JNET, you will be prompted to before downloading the above documents.
For more information about resetting passwords, please contact the Help Desk at 361-593-4357 or visit iTech at the MSUB Pavilion, March 1, between 9am – 2pm.
New iTech FAQ Web Page available! Please come and check out our new iTech FAQ page here!
Phishing email ALERT:
You may have received emails with the subject “Email quota limit”, or ” Message Center” indicating that your email has been limited and you need to click on a link and fill-in a form. Do not click on the link or respond to these emails. A new phishing email has the subject line “No additional Charges apply” with offer of money. Do not reply.
iTech Newsletter Issue 10
January 2016 iTech Newsletter Issue 10 is now available. Download the full newsletter for the latest information on:
- JNet 2.0
- Classroom Technology Refresh
- Campus Credentials
- Network Upgrade, Phase 4
- DLIT Relocated
- PC/Laptop Specs
- Teched Out Schedule
This page was last updated on: May 3, 2016