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  • Webmail trash folder management
    If you have your Webmail options set up to display deleted messages in their original folder but crossed out, you can change your settings to ...
  • Webmail: permanently remove deleted messages
    Most email systems require two steps to remove deleted messages. That way, if you delete a message by mistake, you can undelete it. In Webmail, ...
  • Webmail sent-mail folder management
    Click Options. Click Login Tasks. Make sure there is a check mark beside Rename sent-mail folder at beginning of month. Make sure there is a check mark ...
  • Webmail folder backup
    You can back up your Webmail email folders by downloading them to your hard drive. Please note: Download all your attachments separately since they will ...
  • Webmail message display settings
    Log in to Webmail and click Options. Select Mailbox and Folder Display Options. Type in a larger value beside Messages per page in the mailbox view. Click the ...
  • Webmail folder creation
    Log in to Webmail and click Folders. From the Choose Action pull-down menu, select Create Folder. In the pop-up window, type a name and click OK.The new ...
  • Webmail settings for sent messages
    Log in to Webmail and click Options. Select Personal Information. Select your identity. Normally it's Default Identity. Scroll to the bottom of the page. Make sure ...
  • Webmail login problems with newly activated UTORid
    The final UTORid activation page suggests waiting until the following day before attempting to access UTORid services. Webmail typically requires waiting at least an hour or two ...
  • Wireless printing instructions for Windows
    In order to print wirelessly from your Windows computer, you must download and install the wireless printing software. Download the Software Note: If you have a personal ...
  • Wireless network eligibility
    Registered students, staff and faculty have access to the wireless network including wireless printing. Alumni and visitors can use the wireless network if sponsored by UofT ...
  • Web space for individuals (students, faculty or staff), student groups or departments
    If you are a currently registered student, faculty or staff member, you may be eligible for a free, 50 MB personal website through the UTORweb ...
  • Webmail junk mail deletion
    Each message in the junk-mail folder is treated seperately. When it is over seven days old, it is automatically deleted. During this time, all ...
  • Web space setup for individuals
    University of Toronto faculty, staff and students can set up web space (UTORweb) through the UTORid website. If you already have a UTORid and password ...
  • Web space URL
    Your individual UTORweb URL will look something like this: http://individual.utoronto.ca/terrylee. Note: The "terrylee" part is not the same as your UTORid. To find out what your URL is, ...
  • Web space directory listing
    There are two steps to complete so that a reference to your home page appears in the UTORweb directory. Inclusion in the UTORweb directory is ...
  • Webmail: How to create a contact list
    A Contact List can come in handy if you regularly send email to a specific group of people. By adding these people to a Contact List, ...
  • Which UTOR series and other services am I eligible for?
    On This Page: Description UTORcwn (Wireless) UTmail+ UTORexchange UTORmail UTORlist UTORvpn CAF (access to library computers) Bookable Rooms Licensed Software Electronic Podium/Teaching Station UTORweb (Personal Webspace) Description Access to Services at U of T may be limited by ...
  • Webmail filtering problems
    Filters are not applied until the Apply Filter Rules option is set within the Filter Settings. If you wish to have filters apply automatically, follow ...
  • Windows Mail not showing all messages
    If you cannot see all your messages in a particular folder, please try the following: In the left-hand column, select the folder to which you wish ...
  • Who can own a list
    UofT faculty and staff can be list owners. Recognized campus student groups and organizations must apply for a group listserv through Ulife (see below). There ...
  • Wireless performance improvements using Vista Power Options
    Windows Vista introduces advanced power management features that can dramatically affect a computer's wireless performance. By default, users can choose between three power plans: Power Saver, High ...
  • Webmail login Instructions
    Open a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) and go to https://webmail.utoronto.ca . You will be taken to the Weblogin page. Type your UTORid and your ...
  • Webmail opens in a Compose window when I click on an email in my inbox.
    To have Webmail open a message in a read window: Click Options. Click Mailbox and Folder Display Options. Under The From: column of the message should ...
  • Webmail sending old email address after changing it.
    After changing your email address you need to update Webmail to use the new email address. After logging into Webmail: Click the Options icon on the ...
  • Wireless printing for Mac OS X 10.7 and up
    Note: You must be connected to the UofT wireless network if you want to print your documents wirelessly. You can print wirelessly from your Mac ...
  • Webmail: How to add or remove a contact from a Contact List
    If you have created a Contact List to email a specific group of people, you may want to modify the list from time to time. Click ...
  • Where can I use SPSS at the University of Toronto?
    OISE students can request training and assistance from the Data Analysis and Research Design Services ; consultations and workshops from this unit generally require a ...
  • Webmail: How to change the full name
    1. Click Options. 2. Click Personal Information. 3. Under Your full name:", type in your full name. 4. Scroll down and click Save Changes. ...
  • Webmail: Setting Message Priority
    Click Options. Click Message Composition. Click on the box next to Set the X-Priority header when composing messages? so that it has an X. Click Save Options. Now, when ...
  • Webmail: Change From: or Reply-to: address
    To change your From: or Reply-to: address: 1. Click Options. 2. Click Personal Information. 3. Under Your From: address:, type in your email address. 4. If required, under Your ...
  • Webmail login redirects to Weblogin Status page
    When logging into Webmail, you may be redirected to the "UT Weblogin Status" page where it will inform you that you are still logged in. ...
  • Webmail: View full headers for a message
    To view the full headers of a message in webmail: Log into webmail and open the message. In the message window, there will be a row of ...
  • Webmail and Requesting a Read Receipt
    Note: you cannot respond to a read receipt request using Webmail.  You must be using a desktop IMAP client such as Outlook or Thunderbird. Step ...
  • Wireless access at other Universities and Colleges with eduroam (Windows 7)
    Note: We recommend that UofT faculty, staff and students set up and test their computers prior to travelling to a partner institution. Once it is  ...
  • Warning: Fraudulent emails being sent requesting your user name and password
    We regularly see fraudulent emails from parties claiming to represent the University requesting that you reply with your user name and password, or that you ...
  • Wireless access at other Universities and Colleges with Windows Vista
    Note: We recommend that UofT faculty, staff and students set up and test their computers prior to travelling to a partner institution. Once it is  ...
  • Wireless access at other Universities and Colleges with eduroam (OSX 10.4/10.5)
    Note: We recommend that UofT faculty, staff and students set up and test their computers prior to travelling to a partner institution. Once it is  ...
  • Wireless access at other Universities and Colleges with eduroam (OSX 10.6)
    Note: We recommend that UofT faculty, staff and students set up and test their computers prior to travelling to a partner institution. Once it is  ...
  • Wireless Printing at U of T
    On This Page: Description Setup and Use General Information   Description Wireless printing from your laptop is available at some campus libraries when you are connected to the UofT Campus ...
  • Web Space at U of T (UTORweb)
    On This Page: Description Using UTORweb General Information Description The UTORweb service provides a web server and storage space (50 MB) for personal web pages, pictures, word-processing documents, etc. ...
  • Wireless Access
    On This Page: Description UofT Windows Setup for UofT Mac Setup for UofT Other Device / OS setup for UofT eduroam Wireless Printing Troubleshooting and General Information  Description There are many wireless networks ...
  • Wired Access
    On This Page: Description Residence Network Access Description Most computers have the capablity to connect to the internet using a wire. This type of connection offers some advantages ...
  • Wired Access: Campus Residence (ResNet) Access
    On This Page: Description Setup Using ResNet Description ResNet is the University of Toronto Residence Network, which provides Internet access to students in residence. If you are having technical ...
  • Windows 8 Phone
    Go to Settings. Tap WiFi. Make sure that WiFi networking is turned on. Choose UofT from the list of available networks. Enter your UTORid and password in the appropriate ...
  • Web Apps with UTmail+ accounts
    Office Web Apps is an online version of four programs from the Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and OneNote. Unlike the UTmail+ email and ...
  • Wireless access at other Universities and Colleges with eduroam (OSX 10.7 and higher)
    Note: We recommend that UofT faculty, staff and students set up and test their computers prior to travelling to a partner institution. Once it is  ...
  • Wireless Security Certificate Renewal
    On March 10th there will be an update to the wireless certificate. For most users this change should be transparent.  In some cases, mainly OSX, you may ...