Nov, 30 12:00pm – Google reports that some customers might be experiencing a delay in sending emails. For people who are impacted, this would look like a message has been sent, but the recipients don’t get it. If you are affected by this delay, any emails you send from your Macalester (or other affected gmail account) won’t be received until Google resolves the issue. At the moment, it appears that no emails are lost, they will arrive after this issue is resolved. Monitor the status of the issue through the Google Workspace Status Dashboard https://www.google.com/appsstatus/dashboard/
Nov, 30 1:45pm – Google has remediated the issue affecting sending of email.
We are your first contact for help with your technology questions. ITS provides project management, systems consulting, software implementation and maintenance, software systems management services, database management and data management and reporting. We also manage, design, and plan the network, the telecommunications system, the central servers, information security architecture and services.
You don’t have to be on campus to use eduroam’s configuration assistant tool to install and enable the service before arriving at Macalester or traveling to other campuses from around the world. Visitors who do not have a Macalester account or are not from eduroam-participating institutions may use Macalester Guest to connect to wireless.
We strongly recommend students bring their own laptop to campus and follow our base-line laptop recommendations. Apple and Dell offer discounts for education purchases. Macalester’s Emergency Aid Program can provide assistance to students as well.
All students, faculty and staff are required to use 2-factor authentication for 1600grand and Google accounts. It’s easier than you think for someone to steal your password, 2-factor authentication can help keep cybercriminals out, even if they have your password. Securely log into an account with 2 things: 1) something you know (your password) and 2) something you have (your phone).