Microsoft are releasing a new feature in Office 365 called Focused Inbox to users of Outlook 2016 (on Windows and macOS), Outlook on the web (OWA), and Mail for Windows 10.
Would you like to see Solstice in action? Come to our demo session in the Collaborative Space, Library Teaching Grid any time between 2 and 4pm on Wednesday 19 April. Can't make that one? We're there every week, so drop in when you can.
Licence files currently in use under the University’s Origin site licence will expire on 30 April 2017 and must be updated before then to enable continued use of the software. If you use Origin on an unmanaged or personally-owned computer, please follow these instructions to renew your licence.
If you use Origin on the IT Services Managed Desktop, you do not need to take action – ITS will update this for you.
If you're using Stata SE under the University’s site licence, your code will expire on 30 April 2017 and must be updated before then to enable continued use of the software.
We are aware of a couple of phishing email attempts sent to University email addresses. Do not click on the link or open the attachment in these emails.
All University wireless networks (including hotspot-secure, resnet-secure, eduroam and Warwick Guest) will be unavailable between 7am and 7:15am on Tuesday 7 March while we carry out some maintenance work. We’ve scheduled this work well outside of normal working hours to minimise disruption.
SiteBuilder maintenance morning of 28 February 2017
SiteBuilder will be in maintenance mode (read-only) on Tuesday 28 February 2017 from 10 am until approximately 12 noon. During this time it won't be possible to:
After the maintenance period, you'll see that SiteBuilder's edit section has an updated look and feel, as described in our previous post.
If you expect this to cause you any problems, please contact webteam at warwick dot ac dot uk or telephone 74000.
Do you manage any systems that interact with Warwick’s mail relays? If so, this message is of direct relevance to you – please read it and get touch if you need to. If not, you don’t need to worry about this.