At The Florida State University, all faculty and staff are issued an official email account, hosted on Microsoft Exchange 2010.
myFSU (@my.fsu.edu) is a hosted solution provided by Microsoft that provides e-mail, communication and collaboration services to FSU students and alumni. Florida State University, thanks in part to the University’s Student Technology Fee, provides students and alumni.
Information Technology Services is pleased to announce the replacement of the current (Legacy) Tallahassee main campus voicemail system.
Information Technology Services is offering instructions to assist in configuring email client programs to avoid unwanted email and ensure that official FSU email is received.
Information Technology Services (ITS) at Florida State University has launched the latest version of the myFSU Mobile app for Apple mobile devices. The updated version has four new features, which will enhance existing features such as Blackboard Learn, Athletics, News and Dining Information.
ITS is pleased to announce a virtualized computer lab environment branded myFSUVLab. This service allows any student or employee 24/7 remote access to most of our campus computer lab software.
Information Technology Services (ITS) at Florida State University has launched a new public events calendar. Synchronizing with department calendars and adding events to calendars is now a streamlined process.
Today, an employee reported a suspicious, but seemingly official looking email with "The Florida State University" listed as the Subject, which claimed to be coming from Information Technology Services.
As of Tuesday, December 20th 2011 at 9:00 am EST, all migrations of e-mail from student's JES to myFSU have been completed. For users that have still not activated their myFSU accounts, their student e-mail aliases will be moved to our Exchange servers temporarily (through Jan. 25th, 2012) and will forward to their myFSU. All student aliases will be removed on January 25th, 2012 and all myFSU accounts will be manually activated.