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Be aware of fraudulent email messages entitled "Update Your Account" that are circulating at McGill. The email asks you to click an attachment that is a copy of a McGill sign-in form and then submit this data to an external site. Please delete this email immediately! Read the full announcement for details.
UPDATE: myCourses (WebCT) is once again available. We thank you for your patience.
Network performance has been fully restored at McGill’s downtown campus. Connections to the internet and within the McGill network will no longer experience any delays.
Users at McGill’s downtown campus may experience slow connectivity to the internet and within the McGill network.
The Chat and Who's Online tools are working once again in myCourses.
Emails sent to McGill from external sources are currently experiencing some delays in delivery. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Be aware of fraudulent email messages warning that your email account may be deactivated unless you respond and provide personal information. Please delete these emails and do not click on any links provided.
In our ongoing efforts to provide the McGill community with the most up to date, secure and reliable email service possible, McGill IT Services will be implementing several changes over the coming weeks and months. Read more details and what you should do to prepare.
Some users are experiencing delays in logging in, sending and receiving email.
Be aware of fraudulent email messages warning that you are about to exhaust your usage allowance for Webmail. Please delete these emails and do not click on any links provided.
Please note that there is a fraudulent email message being circulated that requests you click on a link.
During the add/drop/withdraw course period, we anticipate heavy traffic on the myMcGill portal. If the portal experiences problems due to this heavy usage, users will be redirected to a web page with links to all major IT services including Minerva, Email, myCourses, and more.
The 802.11b wireless protocol will be decommissioned on the wireless network in McGill Residences (REZ) at the end of January 2011 and is scheduled to be decommissioned on the McGill campus by mid-2011. If you are suddenly unable to access the McGill wireless network you may need to upgrade your network card.
The course registration issue reported last week for students with holds has been resolved.
The Athletics On-Line Service has been stabilized. We are still monitoring the situation for any changes and will keep you updated accordingly.