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September 20, 2011


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Rich McCue

At our 1L orientation we recommend that all students who do not want to check their university provided email account on a regular basis, forward it to their personal email account... we then show them how to do it while they are sitting in front of a lab computer. I suspect that many of the students simply forward their email during orientation session, although I don't have an easy way to verify that.

Frantz Pierre

We ask our students not to forward to a third party e-mail provider. During orientation our College informs them they will be held accountable for every message sent to their university e-mail account. If or when an e-mail bounces we place a copy of the message in their mailbox or locker along with a memo to contact our IT Office so we can support any e-mail issues. Thank you Rich McClue for this enlightening data.

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