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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.
  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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Mail news

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  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

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  • How to forward mail to another account. Be sure to read the section about what to do with your mail account when you leave Nevis.

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 The Nevis mail domain is nevis.columbia.edu. When you are given an account on the Linux cluster, a mail account is established for you with the same name as your user ID. For example, if your Linux user account is jsmith, your e-mail address is jsmith@nevis.columbia.edu.

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  The Nevis mail domain is nevis.columbia.edu. When you are given an account on the Linux cluster, a mail account is established for you with the same name as your user ID. For example, if your Linux user account is jsmith, your e-mail address is jsmith@nevis.columbia.edu.
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  • As you configure your Nevis e-mail, don't forget about your Columbia UNI account if you work for Columbia. Columbia will only send its University-related e-mail to your UNI account, so you have to arrange for it to be forwarded.
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  • As you configure your Nevis e-mail, don't forget about your Columbia UNI account if you work for Columbia. Columbia will only send its University-related e-mail to your UNI account. You have to decide which account to use.
 
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  • "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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    • If you can't do that because the Nevis mail server is down, try sending a message to the system administrator's Gmail address.
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    • "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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    • "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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The Nevis mail domain is nevis.columbia.edu. When you are given an account on the Linux cluster, a mail account is established for you with the same name as your user ID. For example, if your Linux user account is jsmith, your e-mail address is jsmith@nevis.columbia.edu.
 
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For many of the users at Nevis, the most significant aspect of the computer systems is to send and receive electronic mail. This page is an index to important topics about the e-mail services at Nevis.

The basics

Configuration

  • As you configure your Nevis e-mail, don't forget about your Columbia UNI account if you work for Columbia. Columbia will only send its University-related e-mail to your UNI account, so you have to arrange for it to be forwarded.

  • How to configure most standard mail readers. If you want to skip the long descriptions, here's a quick guide.

Webmail

A web-based mail program, SquirrelMail, is available on our web server. The URL is http://www.nevis.columbia.edu/webmail.

 
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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.

Alpine at Nevis

Managing your mail

 
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  • Some tips on managing your mail files.
 
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  • How to forward mail to another account. Be sure to read the section about what to do with your mail account when you leave Nevis.

Mail security

  • Each mail message is scanned for viruses.

  • How to reduce the amount of spam you receive.

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!"
    • 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.

  • Does your mail program seem stuck, or does it take an abnormally long time to send or recieve messages?

  • Does it take a long time to login?

  • If the images are missing from your mail message, it may have something to do with the anti-virus scan.

  • Are you having problems with a forward file?

  • Speed problems? Try the FAQ.
 

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