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== E-mail ==
 
== E-mail ==
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=== Read e-mail ===
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You can read your e-mail in one of the following ways:
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* login via ssh to math.princeton.edu or pacm.princeton.edu and use pine or mutt
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* use [http://www.math.princeton.edu/mail math webmail]
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* configure your e-mail client (like Thunderbird, Mozilla, Outlook) to access your e-mail via IMAP by following instructions at
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=== Forward e-mail from Princeton to your math account ===
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=== Forward e-mail from your math account ===
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To forward all of your math e-mail to another account, e.g. if you are leaving Princeton, create in your home directory .forward file and place in it the e-mail where your email will be forwarded.
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=== Vacation messages ===
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== Printing in Fine Hall ==
  
 
== Remote connections ==
 
== Remote connections ==

Revision as of 21:04, 6 September 2005

On this page you will find answers to some of most frequently asked questions about computing at Fine Hall.

E-mail

Read e-mail

You can read your e-mail in one of the following ways:

  • login via ssh to math.princeton.edu or pacm.princeton.edu and use pine or mutt
  • use math webmail
  • configure your e-mail client (like Thunderbird, Mozilla, Outlook) to access your e-mail via IMAP by following instructions at

Forward e-mail from Princeton to your math account

Forward e-mail from your math account

To forward all of your math e-mail to another account, e.g. if you are leaving Princeton, create in your home directory .forward file and place in it the e-mail where your email will be forwarded.

Vacation messages

Printing in Fine Hall

Remote connections

Computational Resources

What Computational clusters are available