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Eaglemail to be shut down in May

By Dr. Philip Baczewski, Director of  Academic Computing and User Services

Students are reminded that the deadline is May 18, 2009 to move from Eaglemail to EagleConnect. For all information and instructions on how to get connected to EagleConnect, go to: http://eagleconnect.unt.edu/

EagleConnect is the replacement for the aging Eaglemail system and incorporates great features never available before to UNT students including:

  • Shared calendars and address books (pre-populated address book includes important UNT contacts!)
     

  • Chat with your UNT friends, professors, and advisors
     

  • Over 25 GB of online storage space for your documents
     

  • Over 10 GB of space for your email
     

  • Collaborative capabilities with the Office Live feature
     

  • Easy integration with your cell phone
     

  • Forwarding to other preferred email accounts
     

  • Your account stays with you when you graduate for as long as you wish

EagleConnect works on both Windows and Macintosh platforms. All UNT students currently using the Eaglemail system should migrate to the new system as soon as possible and if you have never used the UNT email system before, now is the time to check out EagleConnect and become part of the campus communication community.


Check out these current and previous Benchmarks Online articles on EagleConnect too! - Ed.

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