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We recommend that you use an EGA address as the sender when sending Cornell bulkmail.

A "from" address with a recognizable name can make it easier for the recipient to identify the purpose (and importance) of your message. If there are some invalid addresses in your list (and there are...Read more

This is the procedure for sending a message to a large group of email addresses (that you must provide).

Assemble the following pieces of information: message: must be plain text; no colors, bullet lists, font changes, etc. text to appear in subject line of message "from" address: we...Read more

University policy applies if you want to send a message to ALL members of one or more of the following groups:

Alumni Students Faculty Staff

CIT offers the ability to send an email message to large...Read more

Cornell's Box contract only covers active employees and students.

Alumni and retirees will not be able to access their Cornell Box accounts after leaving Cornell.

Students nearing graduation (or otherwise leaving) and staff nearing retirement (or otherwise leaving) should do the...Read more

Box

Box provides faculty, staff, and students a simple way to share critical research, collaborate on group assignments, and manage team files, delivering a consistent user experience across campus.

Using Box, You Can Manage and preview files in many formats. Access content through all major...Read more

Spirion (formerly Identity Finder) scans your hard drive, website, or other collection of files to identify confidential data, such as social security, credit card, or bank account numbers. When the scan is complete, it produces a list of files that may potentially contain confidential data....Read more

The Managed Servers service provides fully managed virtual and physical machines in a high-availability, state-of-the-art data center. Servers are managed and backed up, and have full emergency power. CIT's Systems Administration team manages server farms in two raised-floor machine rooms in...Read more

Snapshots are “point-in-time” versions of data stored on the share. Snapshots enable access and restoration of old versions of files. This is useful in the event of accidental deletion of a file or for reverting to an older copy of a set of files. Snapshots are the only way a file may be...Read more

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