You have two options for reading your CS email . It may be viewed through a program called alpine from any of the lab computers. To use alpine, open a terminal window and type alpine. Then hit enter, enter to choose your INBOX. Alpine is completely keyboard driven, you cannot use your mouse. Commands are listed on the bottom of the window. Note that the ^ character refers to the control (Ctrl) key. For example, ^X means to hold the control key and press x. Documentation for alpine may be found here.
Second is using a program called Thunderbird which is installed on the lab machines. Instructions for setting Thunderbird to read your CS email can be found here.
Communications from your instructors, the system administrator, or servers like the print server may be sent to this CS account. Please check it regularly or set a forward to an account you check regularly.
How do I read my CS email?
The CS email system scans emails for viruses and discards infected emails. Spam is also scanned for and the worst of it is also discarded. Unfortunately, some spam does get through. Email with attachments with executable extensions are also discarded. For example, you will not be able to mail or receive any .exe files.
Yes, you do! Communications from your instructors, the system administrator, or servers like the print server may be sent to this CS account. Please check it regularly or set a forward to an account you check regularly. The address for your account is your CS login followed by @cs.uwp.edu. For example, if your login name was foo, then firstname.lastname@example.org would be your CS email address.