Setting an Auto Reply message using iOS

The following are instructions for how to properly set a vacation message on your iOS device. If your device is configured for Exchange, the vacation message you create on your iOS device will also be on the exchange server. Open the "Settings" application Tap "Mail, Contacts, and Calendars" Select your UVM Account Scroll down and tap "Automatic Reply" Tap the toggle switch so "Automatic Reply" is turned on Optional: Select an end date for when you will return.   For Read more [...]

Making an Email Signature in iOS

An email signature is often used to conveniently append your name, email address, and other useful information to the end of an email. The following are step-by-step instructions for how to set up a signature on an iOS device. Note: The signature created in these instructions will only appear on your iOS device. It will not show up in any email applications such as Microsoft Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird. Open the "Settings" application Tap "Mail, Contacts, and Calendars" Scroll down Read more [...]

Accepting Exchange Event Invitations in iOS

In Exchange when you are invited to an event, you will receive an email invitation to which you can accept, tentatively accept, or decline. If you do nothing with this invitation, the event will appear in your calendar. However, the creator will not know if you are attending. If you delete the event invitation, the calendar entry will be deleted on your schedule, but the creator will not be aware that you deleted the entry. It will also appear that you didn't reply for the event on the creator's Read more [...]

Basic Exchange Calendaring for iOS Calendar App

Creating an Event Open the iOS native Calendar app. Tap the "+" sign in the top right corner of the Calendar Application Enter a "Title". Leave the "Location" field blank. Input the event time and date, if it repeats, and other basic scheduling data. Then tap "Calendar". Select the proper calendar for this event. The selected calendar is denoted by a check mark. When you have selected a calendar, go back by tapping "New Event" in the top left corner. Tap "Invitees". Read more [...]

Setting your Default Calendar in iOS

Below are instructions for how to set your default calendar in iOS. Open the "Settings" application Scroll down and tap "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" Scroll down to the "Calendar" subsection and tap "Default Calendar" Set your Default Calendar as desired. You now have a properly set your Default Calendar If you are having problems or need further assistance, please contact the UVM Tech Team Support line at 802-656-2604 Read more [...]

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UVM Wireless – Android 6.0 and older

Connect to UVM wireless (Android) From the Home screen, open the Application Menu.  From the Menu, open Settings.  In Settings, tap on Wi-Fi.  You should now see a list of available Wi-Fi networks. Be sure to select the UVM network here.  Once you have selected UVM, a window will pop up with the settings for this network. Use these settings:EAP Method: PEAP Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2 CA certificate: N/A Client certificate: N/A Identification: Your Read more [...]

Connect to the UVM Network via VPN Using an iPad

Downloading and configuring the free Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client on an iPad. Read more [...]

Wireless with Kindle

Traditional (black & white color only) Kindles are unable to connect to the UVM wireless as they are unable to connect to WPA2 enterprise or peer-to-peer networks. The only way to connect a traditional Kindle to wireless on campus would be to set up a guest account for yourself to use with the Kindle. Guest accounts will only last for 7 days before you will have to create a new one.   Kindle Fires, on the other hand, are tablets with color screens and functionality that goes beyond that Read more [...]