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Student Announcements

Mar 8 2012
Organization: AIS / Computing HelpDesk
Contact: Christopher Wagner (cwagner@nmu.edu)

My.nmu.edu server has been replaced by MyNMU.nmu.edu

http://My.nmu.edu has been replaced by http://mynmu.nmu.edu. The login for my.nmu.edu is still available but is now a link on the login page instead of automatically prompting you with the login fields right away. Once you log in, 'Channels' with the following message show at the top of the page content with the following message:
Server Termination
This legacy server is no longer current.

The new/current server can be found at mynmu.nmu.edu (linked)

The newer http://mynmu.nmu.edu has been designed with as much of the same functionality as my.nmu.edu as possible, including a 'My Courses' link in the RoundCube email feature.

If you have contacts in the Address book on http://my.nmu.edu you can still log in and export them to a csv file. The csv file can be imported into RoundCube, Microsoft Outlook or opened in Excel. Instructions are available at:

How can I save my contacts from my.nmu.edu?

How can I import my contacts from my.nmu.edu into RoundCube?

How can I import my contacts from my.nmu.edu into Outlook?

If you have any questions please contact the HelpDesk.

NMU will never ask for your password.

If you ever have a question about the status of your NMU account, log into http://myuser.nmu.edu/user to view the account status.

Typically NMU, your bank, your credit cards, Facebook, PayPal, eBay, the IRS, federal and state governments will not ask for any of your personal information via email. When in doubt log into a known good web address for the service to see if the same request is referenced there.

If you have any questions or problems please contact the Computing HelpDesk, 227-2468, HelpDesk@nmu.edu. The Computing HelpDesk is located in the NMU library across from Fieras Dining, LRC116. HelpDesk Hours: Mon-Thu 8am-10pm, Fri 8am-5pm, Sat Closed, Sun 1pm-10pm

To learn how to be safer on the Internet see:

‘Staying Safe on Social Network Sites’

'Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks'

'Protecting Your Privacy'