An Email Service for the University of Florida
Hardware Load Balancer Migration – Sunday, June 30th
On Sunday, June 30th during the normal 6:00 AM – 9:00 AM maintenance window, UFIT will be moving UF Exchange over to the F5 hardware load balancer. This work should be largely transparent to faculty and staff, with the exception that the sign-on screen for Outlook Web App (OWA) will change. OWA sign-on screen's new look is found in this UFIT News Article.
Upgrade to ProofPoint – Tuesday, May 7
UFIT is upgrading ProofPoint, the tool that identifies and blocks spam and emails suspected of being potentially hazardous. The upgrade to ProofPoint is scheduled for 6am on Tuesday, May 7. No disruption in email services is expected.
All faculty and staff with UF Exchange email accounts should check their current quarantined messages. Currently-quarantined emails must be released or deleted at the original URL before the upgrade to ProofPoint, scheduled for 6am on Tuesday May 7. For assistance retrieving ProofPoint quarantined email or any other questions related to this upgrade, visit (132 Hub) or contact the UF Computing Help Desk.
OCS/Office Communicator sunset date set for September 16, 2012
Office Communicator will no longer be available for users after September 16, 2012. All users should be using Microsoft Lync as the unified communications tool. For more information click here.
UF Exchange Active Sync
UF will be starting to enforce full disk encryption on mobile devices through UF Exchange and Active Sync. The effective date for this service has not yet been set. For more information click here.
Archived News Items
Archived announcements can now be found here. Most recently archived items include:
- Exchange AutoDiscover Configuration Service
- Microsoft Lync
- UF Exchange/Outlook Search
As new announcements are posted, items will be moved to the Archived News page.
About UF Exchange
UF Exchange is an email and collaboration service for UF. UF Exchange provides many features not currently available in university email systems. UF Exchange has been designed to provide world-class service for the entire university community.
All UF Exchange users have calendar access as well as directory, improve spam control, to do lists, reminders, and support for a wide variety of mobile devices. UF Exchange uses the same email addresses you use now!