Finding address lists
- Course & section lists - in Sakai as well as on Class Schedule page
- Student "class of" email lists - Global address list in Outlook (they may also be moderated), visible in SYMPA
- Department lists - Global address list, visible in SYMPA
- Student Organization lists - Global address list, visible in SYMPA
Student "class of" email lists
The lists of current students used by many departments. These lists will be created every semester for the incoming students by AcTech. The individuals on these lists are determined based on filter criteria from the SISS database system, specifically, using the expected graduation term and academic program. Sending to these lists are generally restricted with moderator approval as the default. The moderators will be the Student Affairs group. Additional persons may be allowed to post to these lists with appropriate pre-approval.
Departmental contact lists
AcTech will create and maintain a distribution list for each department and group within a department. The participants are determined by the policy of the individual department and change requests can be made to the HelpDesk. Individuals are placed on the appropriate lists at the time of hire and such information should be included with the new account request. These lists are open for anyone to send an email. Additionally, department lists are also Exchange groups, so when a Meeting Invitation is created for a department, the scheduling assistant will show all individuals in that department. This also allows a calendar or email folder to shared with all members of a department.
Groups and organizations
Law School approved groups and organizations can request a mailing list. The list will be created and initial ownership will be granted to the requester. Subscribers to the list will be maintained by the group or organization. A simple web form will be available to submit the necessary configuration information for initial list setup.
Course mailing lists
Each section of each course in the ACES / SISS class database system will be issued a mailing list with automatic (un)subscription of students and faculty currently participating in the class. Any person enrolled in the course will be subscribed, and if a student leaves the course, unsubscribed. The class lists are generally open to any student to self-subscribe, unless restricted by the professor. Self-subscribed list members will have to unsubscribe themselves. Class mailing lists are delisted and closed after the summer term concludes and before fall classes begin. Course mailing lists are restricted and only currently subscribed persons may post to the lists, with the exception of faculty assistants.
Mailing list requests: please use this online form