Once your mailbox is on the new UUA mail server, you should be able to connect to it to read your email on iPhones and other smartphones and tablets. Here’s what to do if your iPhone won’t connect.
When we moved your UUA.org mailbox to the new mail server (during October 2011), you began to see the new Outlook Web App at http://mailuua.uua.org. (Before we moved your mail box, it was an older, less powerful version.) It’s got lots of spiffy new features — it’s almost like Outlook on your own computer!
Most likely, your primary technical concern at GA will be online access. Yes, breaking out that new turbo titanium microscreen shaver that you bought especially for the trip will be of some importance. However, this post is about getting you connected in and around the Charlotte Convention Center (CCC) or getting you some help when you can’t.
- Wireless is a bit slow at the Westin, but useable
- Wireless at the Charlotte Convention Center (CCC) is a waste of time and money ($15) (more…)
With General Assembly about a week away it’s time to start pulling together that list of supplies and gadgets you’ll need to insure, despite Murphy’s law, that your technology experience go as smoothly as possible. We in ITS have put together some tips on what to carry, and a handy checklist you can take with you as you run around gathering stuff for your trip. (more…)
If you’d like a ready-made shortcut to Jefferson on your desktop or to take with you on a USB key you can grab a copy and place it somewhere convenient. Next time you want to fire up Jefferson double click the shortcut and it will send you to Jefferson where you can put in your UUA username and password.
Works on XP/Vista/Win7
Good security policy requires that you change your UUA password about every three months. However, if you work outside Boston, you can’t just change the password on your computer; the UUA’s network needs to be notified about the change. You can either schedule a trip to Boston (we’d love to see you) or use the Jefferson server to make the change.
We’re switching Internet Service Providers Saturday Morning, so if you see any weirdness in the AM hours that’s probably it. You’re most likely already aware of this since I sent out an email already. If you notice anything weird after 9AM, then something went wrong, you can let us know by calling in at 617-948-6109 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great weekend!