The Web Form Mailer works by taking structured input from a web form and processing it to create an email message that is sent to a specified email address. Parameters for the mailer are set by using hidden form fields.
You may test your new web hosting site by going to the following URL:
https://secure.hosting.vt.edu/www.[my new site].vt.edu
Note: Replace [my new site] with the name of your new site.
Examples: https://secure.hosting.vt.edu/www.eng.vt.edu, https://secure.hosting.vt.edu/www.international.org.vt.edu
In Hokie SPA, you can view your class schedule, drop classes from and add classes to your schedule, or change the course options to A-F, pass/fail, or audit. However, these features are only available at certain times before and after the start of each semester.
To get started with the Web Hosting Service, you need to request a Web site address, adjust the access permissions, and then upload the your Web site files.
First, choose an address for your Web site, following these guidelines:
The Exchange service provides a great groupware experience with collaborative tools.
[There are two types of exchange accounts. Choose the one that's best for you. Read Exchange Account Types for more information about the two and to gain instructions on them]
This checklist will walk you through the tasks necessary to get started with computing at Virginia Tech. Start by creating your PID and then buying your computer if you haven’t already done so. The next step is to get a VTnet CD. VTnet is a software collection assembled for current Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff only. This software also configures your email and connects you to the Internet with Ethernet or modem.
This checklist will walk you through the tasks necessary to get started with computing at Virginia Tech.
Getting started with your email or Internet access at Virginia Tech can be confusing. Whether a new student, faculty, or staff we can help you with your PID, computer requirements, Internet connectivity, email, software, and access. Click the appropriate link below and you will find information specifically tailored to your computing needs at Virginia Tech.
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