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This article contains the contact methods available to seek direct assistance from YuJa's Support team.
You can automatically forward your UND email messages in Outlook.com. This is useful if you want to read and respond to messages from another email account or when you want someone else to receive and respond to your email in your absence.
A complete guide to getting all your accounts and tech ready for your first semester at UND.
You can add or change your profile photo in Microsoft 365 from Office.com, or while using Microsoft 365 applications on your computer or in a browser on your phone. Your photo will appear everywhere there's a profile photo circle in Microsoft 365.
Steps to log in to your UND email.
Your NDUS account is your passport to all the UND systems. These credentials give you access to your UND email, Blackboard, Campus Connection, and almost all the other systems used by the university.
This article shows several options for archiving emails in Outlook.
How to change how long Outlook 365 saves your emails.
Steps to update your personal email addresses in campus connection.
Link to the NDUS System Status page and how to subscribe for email and text notifications.
How to set emails to forward from one Gmail account to another.
You received an email titled "Your phish report has been reviewed" from the NDUS SOC at no-reply@armorblox.com. This is a legit email to provide feedback when you use the Report as Phishing button. If you are unsure, please contact UND Tech Support to report your concerns.
Need to report a phishing email? These steps will show you how to use the Phish Notify button within your O365 email account.
Phishing email messages, websites, and phone calls are designed to steal money. Cyber-criminals can do this by installing malicious software on your computer or stealing personal information from your computer. More often than not, phishing messages follow a standard framework that can be easy to spot if you know what to look for. Here's a look at the anatomy of a typical phishing email
There has been an increase in phishing, fraud, and scam emails. Currently, this has taken the form of fraudulent job postings. Fake job postings come as unsolicited emails sent directly to your account or through an online job listing sites. We advise students, faculty, and staff to avoid being scam victims by following these guidelines: