The BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) provides for the centralized
management of wireless email services through BlackBerry handheld devices.
The Domain Name Server (DNS) provides network information to Internet
clients. It's primary function is to map IP names (addresses) to
Departments and individuals are explicitly forbidden from
running their own DNS server.
||Provides rich collaboration environment
including mail, scheduling, electronic forms, and groupware.
||This is electronic mailing list software that can be
used to send electronic newsletters and to maintain interactive e-mail
||IMAP access to email is provided by the
Shakespeare email servers on the Bloomington campus and the Jewel
email servers on the IUPUI campus. These systems are for students,
faculty and staff and allow standard IMAP clients to access an individual's
email, such as Netscape, Internet Explorer, Outlook, Pine, and Webmail.
||DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
is a network protocol that enables a DHCP server to automatically
assign an IP address to an individual computer's TCP/IP stack
software. Departments and individuals are explicitly forbidden
from running their own DHCP server.
|| Usenet newsgroups are electronic discussion
groups in which you can share information and opinions with people
at Indiana University and all over the world.
||IU Webmail lets you read and send mail directly
from any Web browser, with no special configuration necessary. Off
campus, you can reach your Jewel account using Webmail from the following
You can reach your Shakespeare account from https://webmail.indiana.edu/.
Infrastructure, Active Directory Services
||The Windows 2000 infrastructure provides Active Directory
forest, unique username space, Dynamic DNS, coherent security model,
and Global Catalog (address book). Departments and individuals are
explicitly forbidden from running their own ADS server.