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Nevis Mail

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  • How to configure most standard mail readers. If you want to skip the long descriptions, here's a quick guide.
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A web-based mail program, SquirrelMail, is available on our web server. The URL is https://www.nevis.columbia.edu/webmail.
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A web-based mail program, Roundcube, is available on our web server. The URL is https://www.nevis.columbia.edu/roundcube.
  This is not a perfect facility. It is not meant to be. It is provided primarily so that if the only convenient form of internet access is a web browser, you can still check your mail.
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Problems and solutions

  • "I have a mail problem, but I can't e-mail anyone to tell them about it because of the problem. Help!"
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    • Try using webmail to send a message.
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    • Try using webmail to send a message.
 
    • If you can't do that because the Nevis mail server is down, try sending a message to the system administrator's Gmail address.
    • "But I can't send a message to that Gmail address because the Nevis server is down!" If you're saying that, then you don't think you have an alternative e-mail account. Remember that you also have an e-mail account on the Columbia University systems, via your UNI. Your account name is <UNI@columbia.edu>, and the SMTP server is send.cc.columbia.edu.
 
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