Accessing your Wooster email

Members of the campus community can configure any e-mail client to check their Wooster account through IMAP or POP. This includes smartphones and other “smart” devices such as the iPod Touch and iPad. Be aware that if you are off-campus and using anything other than ScotMail (scotmail.wooster.edu) or Groupwise you will not be able to […]

Alumni Email

How do I sign up for a Wooster Alumni e-mail account? Each Wooster alumna/alumnus is eligible to have his or her own alumni lifetime e-mail account. For information regarding these accounts, please visit the Alumni E-mail website. These e-mail addresses take the following format: Bob Loblaw from the class of 1977 would have an e-mail […]

College of Wooster Guest Wireless

  College of Wooster Guest Internet Access Select the START HERE network from the list of available wireless networks. Open a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox and go to a web page. You will be automatically redirected to the College of Wooster registration page. Select Option 3: I am a visitor […]

Game Consoles

How do I register my gaming device on the network? To connect your gaming device to the campus network you must locate its MAC Address (example: 00-1A-B2-34-56-CD). Then email this information to it-nac@wooster.edu. In two business days you should be able to connect. NOTE: Supported gaming devices include XBOX Live, XBOX 360, PS3 and any […]

New Email Accounts

Email Account Generation Upon recognition of campus affiliation, notification is sent by the either the Vice President’s Office or Human Resources to the Systems Administrator for a new e-mail account to be created. Once an account is created, the account information is sent to the department chair or office manager. For more information regarding email […]

Password changes

What are the rules for creating passwords? Passwords must be six characters in length and contain at least one alpha and one numeric character. Additionally, passwords cannot be reused. As a security measure, passwords are set to expire every 90 days. Users receive an e-mail notification 10 days before expiration and are expected to change […]

Quarantined Email (Spam)

Quarantined E-mail Appliance (SPAM FILTER) Wooster has deployed a spam and virus filter for incoming email messages. Each message gets a score based on criteria set by Xecuritas, our Spam filter provider, and if a message scores high enough, it is quarantined by the filter. Users can login and view, delete, forward, trust, or block […]

Staff Analog Quick Reference

These directions are based off of the premise that you have a pass code for your voice mailbox. DIALING: Operator Lift handset and dial “0”. Extension Lift handset and dial 4 digit extension number. External Local Lift handset and dial 9 plus 330 and the number. Emergency 911 Lift handset and dial 911. VOICEMAIL ACCESS: […]

Staff Fujitsu Digital Quick Reference

Staff Fujitsu Digital Quick Reference

Student Phone & Voicemail Quick Reference

Student Phone & Voicemail Quick Reference

Transfer Calls Directly to Voice Mail

Transferring calls straight into a voicemail box Internal calls: Pickup receiver, inform caller that they will be transferred to voicemail. Press flash key Dial 3200 + * Enter extension number of the voicemail box then hang up immediately! External calls: Pickup receiver, inform caller that they will be transferred to voicemail. Press flash key Dial 3200 + 9  […]

Using LISTSERV to Send Mass Emails

This information is adapted from L-Soft’s LISTSERV documentation available at their website. What is LISTSERV? Who can request a list? How do I login to the web-interface for LISTSERV? How do I send a message to a list? How do I see what lists I belong to? How can I subscribe myself to a list? How […]

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

VPN is intended to provide access to on campus resources from off campus.  You should disconnect from VPN as soon as you have finished accessing the information you need.   Here are the instructions for installing and using the VPN Installation and Use  .

Wireless – Mac and Windows

The College uses a wireless setup wizard called Cloudpath/XPressConnect to make connecting to the wireless network a simple process. Follow these directions to begin setup: Choose your operating system: Windows Mac (Tiger 10.4 to Snow Leopard 10.6) Mac (Lion 10.7) Common Problems/Troubleshooting Windows NOTE: For all security prompts choose to Connect Anyway, Allow, or Run. Left-click on the […]

Wireless for your mobile device

Connect your device to the “LaptopsStartHere” network in your wireless settings. Open a browser on the device and connect through the CloudPath wizard. The details of this process will vary by device.  In some cases you may be prompted to download an app called XPressConnect in which case you should download it and open it. […]