Our users might have heard about the “POODLE” security bug that was recently discovered in the technology that helps to secure web pages (specifically in SSL 3.0, which provides the s in https:// on older web browsers). To protect users’ personal data and transaction details University Relations’ vendors are disabling support for older browsers that use the […]
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Starting today you can log in to Wesconnect using Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google, Yahoo and OpenID.
As of today SSL login is now required for all Cyrus e-mail accounts (i.e. Wesleyan alumni from the Class of 2008 and earlier). This change protects your password when you log in via an external e-mail client such as Outlook, Apple Mail, Thunderbird, on your phone, etc. If you have not enabled SSL for incoming […]
As of September 18, 2012, all alumni through the Class of 2008 who connect to Wesleyan’s mailserver via POP or IMAP from their own e-mail client will be required to use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). After this change, non-SSL connections will not work. Whether you use Outlook, Apple Mail, Thunderbird, a mobile device, etc., you […]
The following applies only to conventional alumni e-mail accounts (as opposed to GApps accounts). Scheduled outage Tuesday (tomorrow) REMINDER: the Cyrus e-mail server (webmail.wesleyan.edu) will be unavailable tomorrow, August 21, from 5:30-6:30 a.m. EST. This scheduled downtime is to allow for necessary system maintenance. E-mail will be unavailable during this time for alumni with Cyrus […]