We are working on a process to provide more feedback on why an email was allowed or blocked in our User Interface (UI). As a first step in that direction Barracuda has moved the location of buttons used to report Spam and Not Spam. The new location of these buttons is on the message view. You have to click a message in the message log, review the message and then report it as either spam or not spam (see image below). This will give you the opportunity to review messages before submitting them.
Over the next two months, Marshall University will be migrating all V: Drive storage to Microsoft OneDrive. You will receive a completion status message from IT Announcements (firstname.lastname@example.org) once your V: Drive has been fully migrated.
Once migration is complete, you will be able to access the files you previously stored on your V: Drive or Mac Home folder in several ways, including:
6/20/20: As of 1:00 PM Lynda Campus is now available. Please report any access issues to the IT Service Desk.
6/19/19: Our Lynda Campus subscription is not currently available. MUIT staff are investigating the problem and actively working to restore access. We hope to have service restored soon. Check back here for future updates.
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As always, if you have any questions on how to set up MFA, access the VPN, or any technical questions, please contact the IT Service Desk via chat at www.marshall.edu/it, phone 304-696-3200, email email@example.com, or in person on the first floor of Drinko Library and Information Center.
BS – Computer & Information Technology from Marshall University
Describe your role in MUIT in 10 words for less:
Service Desk technician
Favorite thing about working in IT or at MU:
I really enjoy the environment at Marshall and the people I work with. I love being in an environment where I’m comfortable and that is conducive to growth and learning as a professional.
Favorite Restaurant in Huntington/Charleston area:
If i have to pick a fast food place, it’s Chipotle for sure. For my favorite sit-down restaurant, I’d have to say Fat Patty’s, simply because of the atmosphere and how consistent it is.
Favorite Vacay Spot:
Canaan Valley, no doubt. I’d rather be in the mountains than the beach any day.
Who inspires you?:
Zach Bitter, current world record holder for fastest man to run 100 miles on a trail.
True Detective – season 3
Best concert you’ve attended?:
This is a tough one, but I’d have to say LCD Soundsystem in Brooklyn, New York in December of 2017. A close second would be Run the Jewels in Columbus, OH in January of 2017.
Something you can’t live without?:
Running. It’s the one thing I look forward to doing every day. I find it fun, and it provides me immense amounts of satisfaction. Overall, it makes me a physically and mentally healthier individual and provides me with confidence.
Most adventurous thing you’ve done?:
I know this is something in the future, but I think it definitely qualifies as the most adventurous thing I’ve attempted thus far. On June 8th, I will be attempting a 41 mile ultramarathon in Canaan Valley called the Highland Sky 40.
Running, of course, is a huge hobby of mine. When I’m not doing that, I’m more than likely listening to music or podcasts as I go through my day. For my leisure, I really enjoy playing video games and watching movies/TV shows/ stand-up comedy. I really enjoy the outdoors, and will take any opportunity I can get to go outside whether it be to hike or just to take a walk. I also have a close circle of friends that I hang out with, so ti’s always a joy whenever I get the chance to doing something with them.
Coolest thing you’re currently working on?
At work, right now I’m just currently adjusting to the new environment and getting everything I need setup, which, for me, is cool. I’ve never had a personal workstation/space before at work so it’s cool to have a spot that is considered mine that I can do what I want with. In my spare time, I’ve been getting a parts list together to build a new computer in the next couple of months.
Tonight, Monday, May 6, 2019, our SharePoint server, inside.marshall.edu, will be offline between 9:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. for unexpected maintenance. During this time users will not be able to connect to those sites. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the IT Service Desk. You will also be able to follow the progress on our https://itservicestatus.marshall.edu page.
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