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UNO Email Setup

All UNO Faculty, Staff, active students, and Alumni are provided with an UNO email account. For access to your UNO email account, you must go to the UNO myapps portal and enter your username and password credentials. Enter your UNO email address as the username (i.e. username@uno.edu) and then your password credentials.

If you are interested in having your UNO email installed on your mobile device or computer (Microsoft Outlook), please see our how-to documentation associated with your mobile device or computer's operating system.

Email Documenation 

Departmental Staff & Student Organization Mailboxes

A departmental staff and/or student organization mailbox provides communication with customers to be held in a centralized location. Also, permissible members of that mailbox can view and correspond to emails simultaneously on behalf of that department or organization.

To request to create a Departmental Mailbox or Student Organization Mailbox, select one of the listed links below:

Request a Departmental Mailbox
Request a Student Organization Mailbox

**Restrictions: Departmental mailboxes are for faculty and staff only. If you would like to request a student to have access to a departmental mailbox, the student must have a staff account as well.

Distribution Lists - CPP Academic & Listserv

Career-Plan-Program (CPP) Academic Distribution Lists

CPP Academic Distribution Lists are used to send messages to a particular subset of UNO students; commonly designed for sending announcements. Emails sent to a CPP distribution list one-way communication, meaning recipients cannot respond to messages sent to CPP Lists. 

Request a CPP Academic Distribution List

Information about CPP Academic Distribution Lists

 
How do I send a message to a CPP Distribution List?

NOTE: To perform any web-related activities, your browser must have "cookies enabled".

  1. Lauch Outlook
  2. Click the New tool to begin creating a new message
  3. Click the "To" button
  4. In the "Type name or Select from List" slot, enter the name of your CPP list
  5. Hightlight the name of the CPP list and click the "To" button which will copy the name into the Message Recipients area. Add other recipients as needed
  6. Click OK to return to the message creation window
  7. Enter an appropriate Subject line
  8. Enter the body of the message
  9. Click the Send button
 
How do I modify entries in the CPP "list owners" list?

NOTE: To perform any web-related activities, your browser must have "cookies enabled".

  1. Launch Outlook
  2. Click the New tool to begin creating a new message
  3. Click the "To" button
  4. In the "Type Name or Select from List" slot, enter the name of your CPP list
  5. Right-click the GAL entry for the CPP list and select Properties
  6. To add a new owner, click the Add button, locate the entry for the new owner, click OK, then click Apply, and finally OK
  7. To remove a current owner, select the appropriate name and click the Delete button

 

Listserv Distribution Lists

Listserv Distribution Lists are used to provide an electronic forum for subscribers to discuss topics of common interest. Subscriber messages are sent or posted to the list and then automatically distributed to others subscribers. A Listserv also has an archive feature, which preserves past messages for reviewing.

Listserv Subscribers have the ability to continue or discontinue membership as desired.

Request to create a Listserv Distribution List

Informtion about Listserv Distribution Lists

 
How do I determine which Listserv Distribution lists are available?

To determine which Listserv's are available at UNO, point a browser to:

http://www.lsoft.com/lists/LIST_Q.html

Enter listserv2.uno.edu in the "Look for" slot, click "Host name", un-check the other options, and finally click the Search button. The resulting page lists the Lists that have listserv2.uno.edu as part of the host name; i.e., those that are available at UNO.

 
How do I subscribe to a Listserv Distribution list?

To subscribe (i.e., join) a UNO Listserv, send a message to listserv@listserv2.uno.edu with a blank Subject line but with the single line message of:

subscribe mylist-L

were "mylist-L" is the name of the desired Listserv. Note that this one-line messagemust be concluded with the Enter key.

 
How do I unsubscribe from a Listserv Distribution list?

To conclude membership with that list, send a message to listserv@listserv2.uno.edu with a blank Subject line but with the single-line message of:

unsubscribe mylist-L

were "mylist-L" is the name of the desired Listserv. Note that this one-line messagemust be concluded with the Enter key.

 
How do I send/receive messages to/from a Listserv Distribution List?

Once a user has joined a Listserv, he/she can post (i.e., send) a message to the list and thence to all of the membership by sending the message to:

mylist-L@listserv2.uno.edu

were "mylist-L" is the name of the desired Listserv. The message should contain an appropriate Subject line and a message body. All members of the specified Listserv will automatically receive a copy of the message you send. In general, the messages should be relatively short (rather than a 2000-line document) and should not have any attachments. There should be other means of distributing large documents other than Listserv messages; e.g., a web page.

To receive a message from a Listserv, follow the same procedure as you would when receiving e-mail from any other source.

To reply to a received message from a Listserv, follow the same procedure as you would when replying to e-mail from any other source. Note that your response will automatically be distributed to all members of the membership. Hence, there is no need to use "reply all" (or similar option) in the e-mail client you use

 
How do I post a message to a Listserv list via its web interface?

NOTE: To perform any web-related activities, your browser must have "cookies enabled".

  1. Point a browser to http://listserv2.uno.edu
  2. Click the link entitled Log In.
  3. When prompted, enter your complete UNO e-mail address (i.e., abcdefgh@uno.edu) and your Listserv password (which could be different from the password of your e-mail account) and click the Login button.
  4. Click the link entitled Subscriber's Corner.
  5. Find and click the link for your listserv distribution list.
  6. Click the link entitled Post a Message.
  7. Enter the Subject line.
  8. Enter the text of your message. Alternatively, you may paste a previously prepared message (e.g., from a word processor) into the message section.
  9. Scroll to the bottom of the window and click the Send button.
 
How do I query a Listserv Distribution list for my personal characteristics?

To review your personal characteristics for a given Listserv (e.g., MyList-L at UNO), send a message to listserv@listserv2.uno.edu with the body of the message consisting of the one-line command

query mylist-l

(which must be concluded with the ENTER key). By return e-mail, you will receive a message similar to: 

>Query mylist-l
Subscription options for Sample User , list myList-L:

MAIL:            You are sent individual postings as they are received   
MIME:           You prefer to receive messages in MIME format
FULLHDR:    Full (normal) mail headers
NOREPRO:  You do not receive a copy of your own postings
ACK:             Short e-mail acknowledgement of successfully processed postings

 
How do I check my Listserv Distribution list's archives?

The INDEX command (not to be confused with the INDEX option) will indicate by return e-mail the current archives for the List. For example, the command index mylist-l returns:

* Archive files for the MYLIST-L list at LISTSERV2.UNO.EDU
* (monthly logs)

Filename Filetype GET/PUT Size (B) Date Time
MYLIST-L LOG0309 LOG OWN 9,306 2003-09-26 10:03:37
MYLIST-L LOG0310 LOG OWN 11,266 2003-10-31 11:00:43

The MyList-L list has archives, LOG0309 and LOG0310 (for September and October of 2003). To retrieve the September 2003 archive, use the command

get mylist-l log0309

 
How do I change the format in which I receive Listserv messages?

This MAIL option means the user will receive individual messages as the are sent, as opposed to receiving a single digest collection of all messages that were sent within a span of time, like a month. The MAIL option can be replaced with the DIGEST or INDEX to change the format of the delivered messages. DIGEST means that all messages of a time span (e.g., a month) are collected and sent as a single message instead of individual messages. INDEX means that only the Subject lines of all messages of a time span are collected and sent as a single message. Directions on how to retrieve individual messages of that index are sent with the index listing. The option NODIGEST turns off the digest format of delivery. Similarly, NOINDEX turns off the index format. The MAIL option (as well as the NODIGEST and NOINDEX options) means messages are received as they are sent and are not collected into digests or indices.

The NOMAIL option is used to temporarily suspend reception of messages (regardless of the format: normal/digest/index). This option would useful if the recipient will be away on business or vacation, especially if your mail account has an automatic "out of office" reply. Without using the NOMAIL option while you re away will cause sever problems with the Listserv because there is a limit to the number of consecutive invalid commands you can issue to the Listserv before it suspends your membership. Establishing the MAIL option re-instates the usual delivery of messages. MAIL/NOMAIL does not change the DIGEST/INDEX setting.

Either of the aforementioned options can be established with a command of the form

set mylist-L opt

where "mylist-L" is the name of the specific list and "opt" is the desired option like indexNOMAIL, or digest. When the command is processed, the Listserv will return a message indicating the current set of characteristics, similar to the report obtained from using the query command. (Note that the options described in the following paragraphs are established in the same manner).

The MIME and FULLHRD (i.e., full header) options are the default options governing the format of how messages are sent electronically and how much header information is put in the received message.

The NOREPRO (i.e., no reproduction) option means that you will not receive a copy of any messages that you post to the List. This means, that you are not considered a list member for the messages that you yourself post to the List. The option REPRO reverses the setting so that you will receive a copy of the messages you yourself post to the List.

The ACK (i.e., acknowledge) option means that you will receive a short message from Listserv acknowledging the fact that your posting to the List has been received and will be redistributed to the membership. This option is reversed with the NOACK option - do not confirm or acknowledge receipt of a posting.