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‘POODLE’ security bug

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 […]

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 […]