- » Account Request
- » Alumni Account Request
- » Calendar Request
- » Access Request
- » Disk Quota Increase
- » Exiting Employee
- » Request Forms and Processes
(ITS Staff only)
To adjust your Gmail Inbox, Calendar, and Google Docs interface for the new look: Choose how much white space you prefer in your inbox. In the appropriate interface, click the Settings gear menu and then choose a display density: Comfortable (most white space), Cozy (less white space), or Compact (least white space). The Compact setting provides a similar amount of white space as the old interface.
With Google groups, you can create and manage your own mailing lists, right from the comfort of your Google Apps account. To get started, log into your Google Apps account and click on Groups at the top of your screen.
Google's Help Center should answer most of your questions. See http://www.groups.google.com/support/?ctx=ausers&hl=en
If your ITC (technical support staff) has already configured your Outlook to use Google, you'll still need to import your calendar and contacts
If you've already imported data into your Google Apps account, don't re-import the same data now, or you may end up with duplicate calendar events or contacts.
These instructions are intended for ITCs (technical support staff) who need to pre-configure Outlook in advance of the migration. These steps will take you through installing the connector, configuring the profile, setting the mailbox size, and connecting an existing pst. They do NOT take you through importing contacts or calendar.
If you receive an error when importing your calendar, try this work around, which typically solves the problem.
If you shared your calendars in Zimbra, you'll need to reshare them in Google Apps. Once you've moved your Zimbra Calendars to Google, you can follow the steps below to recreate your shared calendar arrangements. If you prefer, you can watch the video tutorial Calendar Sharing.
Both Zimbra and Google support multiple calendars; the difference with Google is that everything is directly connected to email addresses.
If you stored files in your Zimbra Briefcase, you'll need to download them and move them across to your Network Folder or upload them to Google Docs if you want to be able to access them online. If you don't need to access them online, you can of course simply save them to your local computer drive.
You'll find instructions below for downloading your Zimbra Briefcase files, or you can watch the video tutorial Moving your Zimbra Briefcase to Google Docs.