This page describes how we label spam.
Looking for information on why a particular message gets tagged ?
The PureMessage software analyzes each message, using a large set of...Read more
Note : Use the fully qualified server name, for example server_name.cit.cornell.edu.
If your email address ends with @cornell.edu , your mail is not affected by PureMessage, but is instead handled by Microsoft or Google. Some departments with departmental addresses ( @ something .cornell....Read more
This service enables instructor to use audio and video file in their teaching. Audio and video files are uploaded to a storage system via a Blackboard course, and the material is automatically compressed and linked....Read more
Starting Sunday, April 10, 2016 you can now opt in to using two-factor authentication to enhance security for your NetID and password not just where it is required but with all campus services that require the standard Cornell web login.Read more
Every time you use your PCard, you'll receive an email notification from PCard Receipt Processing with a subject line that begins SUBMIT and includes the words PCard Receipt .
Click the PCard Receipt Submission screen link in...Read more
Each digital sign has a layout assigned to it. The layout determines the number and location of:Content blocks (to display playlists) Ticker blocks (to display crawl lists)
See the layout example below. Each channel player is assigned up to 6 Playlists and/or 4 Crawllists,...Read more