News and information useful to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students, faculty and staff.

Archive for August 31st, 2011

Law School Email and Spam Filters

There are two ways spam gets filtered in Law School emails:

1.  The University spam filter:   Sign in with your CampusNet username and password.  Access junk box of filtered messages. Click on Anti-Spam, AntiPhishing on the left hand side to  allow or block people/companies.  More information.

2.  Thunderbird email puts items in your Junk folder using an algorithm.  The junk folder is the  folder on the left with the flame symbol in front of it.  Be sure to check your junk folder, as it can even put emails sent with a C|M|LAW email address into the junk folder.  If desired, disable the junk folder entirely by clicking on Tools>Account Settings, click on Junk Settings (link on the left), and uncheck the box “Enable Adaptive Junk Mail Controls for this account” .   If you are concerned you are not getting all your emails and you do not want to check the junk folder, this option is for you.

You can also create your own filters by clicking on Tools>Message Filters.   You can also attempt to train your junk folder by marking items as junk and not junk.   More Information.

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Take a Break & Refresh at the Rec

The campus Recreation Center, located at Chester and E. 24th, offers plenty of fun exercise classes to help you take a break from briefing cases and relax a little away from the law school. For the next couple weeks, the Rec is running Demo Weeks, when all classes are free.  Demo Week for Instructional Classes—including boxing circuit, Kung Fu, and belly dance—runs until Sunday, September 4th. Demo Week for Group Fitness classes—including spinning, yoga, and hip hop—runs until Sunday, September 11th. Then there’s Group X. These are free, drop in classes you can take anytime. Group X includes cardio sculpt, awesome abs, total toning, aqua aerobics, and tai chi. You can see the Rec’s complete fitness offerings here.