- Configuring an Account
- Forwarding email
- Show Zimbra Calendar in Thunderbird
- Private Calendar: email reminder
- Mail Merge: generate serial mails to multiple recipients
- Mail: [IT@MATH] Lotus Mail Authentication Error
Configuring an Account
Go to File > New > Mail Account...
- Enter your name, mail address and password.
If you would like to use our mail account from outside the university, you have to change the SMTP port.
Set the value next to SMTP to 2525
Press Re-test Configuration
Press Create Account
Configuration for IMAP-Konto
Go to Menu > Mail > Preferences > Accounts
- Click '+' to create a new email account
- Choose account type (IMAP)
Enter the needed data (Reference Card)
- Save and exit
Now all the folders from your mail account should appear.
- To change the behaviour of the defaul folders of Apple Mail, do the following:
Select the folder you want to edit (f.e. Sent)
Go to Menu > Mailbox > Use This Mailbox For
- Choose the desired function
Other Mail Clients
All informations needed to configure an email account can be found here.
Log on the webmail interface mail.math.uzh.ch
Preferences > Mail > Receiving Messages > When a message arrives: Forward a copy to ...
Show Zimbra Calendar in Thunderbird
Private Calendar: email reminder
The standard institutes calendar (=Zimbra) generates reminders, in the current Zimbra version, only via pop up Windows, if you logged into the webmail interface. Often you need a more independet way to receive a reminder.
Until Zimbra is more flexible, please use the following workaround to generate personal reminder emails to a specific date and time:
- Create a date
Insert !Remind somewhere in the title or the body
- Save and close the date
You will receive an email if the date happens.
- Optional Arguments
Time before !Remind:xxdyyhzzm (f.e. 1d12h35m)
Other email addresses !Remind:email@example.com
Can be combined !Remind:1h20m:firstname.lastname@example.org
General Events: email reminder
- research seminars
- general events.
The mailing lists are divided into two parts:
- automatically assigned e-mail addresses
- personal e-mail subscription
- Persons who are automatically assigned to a mailing list (only members of our institute)
- research seminars: all organizers, all assistants of the organizers
- colloquia: whole institute
- conferences: whole institute
- Dissertationsvorträge: whole institute
- general events: whole institute
Every institute member is free to enable/disable these 5 categories seperately. Every e-mail contains a personalized URL to subscribe / unsubscribe.
Personal e-mail subscription:
On every page of the given events, there is a link 'e-mail reminder subscription' which points to an e-mail address form (if the service is not disabled for the given event). After subscribing, an e-mail will be returned to the subscriber's e-mail. The e-mail provides a personalized link, which the subscriber must open in a webbrowser to activate the subscription.
The e-mail subscription to a research seminar or a colloquium is semester independent. The e-mail subscription is active as long as the seminar exists. All other events occur only one time.
Sending reminder e-mails:
The Organizers of any event are free to choose between 0-7 days or to disable the reminder feature completely. This could be specified for all events of the current semester or on a per event basis. The default setting is 0 days, which means that the e-mails are sent very early in the morning on the day of the event.
The content of the reminder email is either generic or specific on a per event basis.
Mail Merge: generate serial mails to multiple recipients
Mail: [IT@MATH] Lotus Mail Authentication Error
- will be sended by I-MATH to you, if our mailserver can't access your mails at the ID for you.
- Typically this indicates:
- There is a general problem at the ID mail server, or
- You've changed your Lotus Passwort via ITIM, but our Mailserver don't know the new password (please contact I-MATH Support).
- The I-MATH IT Support also gets this warning email and checks the recent situation and will contact you in case something can be improved.