Accessing GroupWise E-mail From Home
By John Bradley, Campus Wide Networks Desktop Operating Systems Support Group
The GroupWise client that you use at work is now available for you to use from home. If you have an Internet connection, either with a UNT Internet Account or through a separate Internet Service Provider (see the explanation at the end of this article if you are unsure), you can access your GroupWise E-mail box from your Windows-based or Macintosh computer at home.
How to get it
There are three ways that you can get your hands on it:
Why to get it
Of all the possible ways to check your GroupWise E-mail from home, using the GroupWise client is by far the best. Consider the following features:
What to do when you get it
Installation is quick and easy. Full instructions are included on the CD. If you download it, just print out the instructions on the download page and follow them.
Explanation of Internet Access:
Internet access through a UNT Internet Account or and Internet Service Provider means that you can use the modem in your computer to dial in and connect to the Internet. Once connected, you would be able to use programs such as Netscape or Internet Explorer. If you have a UNT Premium Access account and dial in to the Denton, Dallas or Fort Worth Premium Access lines using your modem, then you have a UNT Internet Account. If you dial in to the UNT free lines, then you have a UNT Internet Account. If you use AOL, CompuServe, GTE.net, FlashNet, Internet America, Internet Global, etc, then you're using an Internet Service Provider.
If you're not sure what you have or whether or not your computer has or is capable of having Internet access, please call the Computing Center Support Services Helpdesk at (940) 565-2324.