Volume 3 - Number 2 * February 2000
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Campus Computing News

Dr. Leatherbury is back this month with news about the new Student E-mail Policy and the rollout of some multimedia production workstations around campus.

New Hours for Helpdesk, Print Operations

New millennium, new year, new semester, new hours ... Two divisions of the Computing Center have recently announced new operating hours.

Remedy: It's Good for What Ails You

As we begin the year 2000, all of the academic units and most of the administrative units at UNT are using Remedy as their automated trouble call tracking system. As the use of this system increases on our campus, the likelihood that YOU will receive a message from arsystem@antidote.acs.unt.edu increases as well.

GroupWise Document Management

Although GroupWise is initially an E-mail client, there are other features of GroupWise that are now available to the user since the recent upgrades. One of these features is GroupWise Document Management Services. The document management feature is actually quite impressive and a good fit with the functionality of the GroupWise client.

GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack CD Available for Home Use

The GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack Client is now available. It is being installed around campus and you can also check it out for home use. Significant updates and new features are highlighted in this article.

Uploading Your Website: FTP vs. Composer

If you're in charge of a student organization at UNT or just developing a personal Web page on people.unt.edu you pretty much have two choices for publishing your site. You can either use Netscape Composer to upload the files or you can use an FTP program. Find out which choice is the best for you.

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