Phishing email about Nexus Mailbox

Dear All, We have noticed a new phishing email that’s been going around warning users their mailbox is set to expire unless action is taken. The email appears to be from IT Service Desk <help@it.ox.ac.uk>.Please be mindful that neither ourselves nor IT Services will ever ask you to confirm/verify/renew/activate/reactivate your account details or mailbox details …

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Problems connecting to Nexus365?

Older versions of TLS will no longer connect to Nexus365 after October 2018 Microsoft have announced that from the end of October 2018 they will only accept TLS 1.2 connections – support for older versions of TLS will no longer be accepted. In order to connect securely to Nexus365 you will need a modern web …

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Another term another email phishing attack

Dear all, We are receiving and seeing a lot of reports of a new email phishing attempt against the staff and students of the College and likely the University. This email, and many like it should be immediately deleted, please do not open the attachment, reply or click on any links: If you believe you …

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Nexus365 (Office365) – email & Office apps

The University of Oxford now provides all staff and students with access to a full Office365 service, called Nexus365. The service provides email via Outlook (and other email clients), the web and mobile devices, and also provides a personal OneDrive, Skype for Business and the desktop Office suite of products (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, …

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Email phishing over the long vacation 01

Dear all, We are seeing new, very convincing phishing attacks against University email accounts over the long vacation. Please be mindful that neither ourselves nor IT Services will ever ask you to confirm/verify/renew/activate/reactivate your account details or mailbox details to continue service. We have had reports of this one being received widely today: If you …

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End of term phishing/spam attacks

Dear all, We are seeing multiple phishing attacks against University email accounts. Please be mindful that neither ourselves nor IT Services will ever ask you to confirm/verify/renew/activate/reactivate your account details or mailbox details to continue service. If you believe you may have fallen for such an email please contact us immediately, either via phone on …

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End of Year IT information – Trinity Term 2018

Some end-of-year IT information End of term self-registration clear out Monday 9th July 2018 @ 10:30am Computer registrations for this term are set to expire on Monday 9th July 2018 at 10:30am. Anyone who is still in College will be prompted to re-scan their computers when next connected. Please make sure you have kept your …

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Nexus365 – Phishing email attempt WARNING

If you receive any emails asking you to confirm your details, please do not click on the links, the latest one looks very convicing, but neither IT Services, or College ICT staff will ask you to confirm your email details during the migration. If you belive you may have fallen for this, please call us …

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Changing Nexus365 email reply setting

From the Outlook Web Access (OWA) interface for Nexus365 (Office365) the default setting for replying to messages is Reply all. This means that any message you reply to will be copied to all the email addresses mentioned in the TO and CC fields of the original message. Some people believe that Reply all is a “dangerous” …

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