Spam is every bit the reality in our email inboxes as the junkmail that comes in our postboxes; though often more obnoxious and potentially more dangerous. The University has made great improvements in the last few years to protect users from spam.
If you suspect that you’ve missed a message because it was blocked by the spamfilter, or if you’d like to customize the features of the anti-spam services here at Pepperdine, log in to spamfilter.pepperdine.edu. Provided by a company called Sophos, this system will allow you to retrieve any messages that might have been incorrectly labeled as spam as well as manually add email addresses that you wish to allow to email you, by-passing the filter, or block from sending you email.
We have a new Telephone Conferencing system here at the School of Law provided by Unlimited Conferencing. They have a very helpful FAQ for moderators.
Please use our Service Request Form and select schedule teleconference and we will handle all the setup details for you.
The process of starting a conference call is as simple as dialing a phone number and entering a conference PIN. If you need further help or have more specific questions that are not addressed in the FAQ, we are more than happy to assist you.
Most folks do not know that there is a very useful web-interface for managing their voicemail settings at Pepperdine. No need to deal with confusing phone push button menus, you can do it all through the convenience of your web-browser!
Have you figured out how to use Kronos 7 yet? Perhaps you’re still struggling with the basics of getting around and entering your information correctly. Here are a few resources which you might find helpful.
I have long been a fan of getting the right tool for the job and if it’s a scanner, it better be the right scanner. Several years ago after nearly two decades of working with all kinds of flatbed, handheld, upright, and enterprise network scanners, I was introduced to the (now discontinued) Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500. After implementing it here at the School of Law for the Dean’s office, we found that others had similar needs and now a number of offices have this amazing time-saving device.
I recently saw a lawyer’s review of Fujitsu’s latest wireless mobile scanner, the ScanSnap iX100. Since this is a family of products I have years of positive personal experience with, I am pleased to share this review in hopes that others will find similar success and efficiency through what I believe to be a powerful tool.
I’m no shill for Fujitsu, though I have had great success with scanners, printers, and computers from this company. I believe Fujitusu is possibly one of the greatest scanner manufacturers and anyone looking for a reliable scanner will find their products to be very reliable if not excellent. Additionally, it’s important to note that I don’t get a benefit in any way from anyone in promoting this product or any product.