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Network Resources

Email

Email is one of the most-frequently used modes of communication at Millsaps. Being able to check it is important to staying in touch with colleagues and professors. If your laptop is connected to the Millsaps network (via a wired or wireless connection), you can access your email through Outlook or Entourage. Regardless of your connection, you can access Outlook Web Access (http://mail.millsaps.edu/) from most anywhere. If you have an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Android phone, you can connect to your Millsaps email as well. The following documentation outlines how to set up various connections.

Configuring Outlook 2013.pdf
Configuring Outlook 2011.pdf
Configuring Outlook 2010.pdf
Configuring Outlook Anywhere.pdf
Configuring Exchange on Android.pdf
Configuring Exchange on iPhone, iPad, iPod.pdf
Determining Mailbox Size.pdf 
Outlook Web Access.pdf


Network Drives

Your network storage at Millsaps is a useful way to back up important information or to share information with colleagues. All Millsaps-owned and networked computers will automatically connect to your H:\ drive. If you wish to connect with a personal computer, simply ensure you are connected to the wireless or wired network, and follow these instructions.

Map Network Drive Mac OS X.pdf
Map Network Drive Windows 7.pdf


VPN

A virtual private network (VPN) allows access to the Millsaps drives off-campus.

VPN instructions for Mac.pdf
VPN instructions for Windows, 64 bit.pdf


Gaming

When outside of class, games can be a great way to relax. For your system to work at Millsaps, it must be connected to our wired network (plugged into the port in the wall). From there, we need the MAC address to manually add the device to the network. Follow these instructions to find this information.

MAC Address for Xbox 360.pdf
MAC Address for Wii.pdf
MAC Address for PS3.pdf