Library items tagged: email

Once you have the appropriate certificate credit on your organisation's Certificate Service account, you can proceed and request the required S/MIME email certificate, by clicking on the 'Request Certificate' tab in the JCS portal. The following steps apply: Request Certificate 1. Is the certificate for a primary or secondary school? Note: S/MIME certificates are not available for school owned domains.
Version: 5 Issued: January 2024 Reference: GEN-DOC-007 Owner: John Chapman  Last Reviewed Date: 5/1/2024 Changes made: minor edits and updating of links, change of author. A number of Janet connected organisations have asked whether they are permitted to allocate email addresses under their ‘’ domain to former students (alumni). This factsheet discusses the issues this is likely to raise.
The following notes provide some hints and tips about the use of e-mail. They cover the content and format of e-mails, sending and receiving attachments, courtesy and general housekeeping tips. Common Courtesy Always consider the feelings of recipients when composing e-mails. Good manners are also important when dealing with incoming e-mail. E-mail should be read at least once a day if possible. If users are away for long periods, try to let people know.
Open relays allow any combination of origin and destination address, and are frequently abused by advertisers and others to distribute UBE. This will usually overload an organisation's mail server, affecting its ability to handle legitimate mail, and often leaves the organisation with a flood of complaints and error messages to deal with. Sites that are frequently abused as relays may be added to blocklists used by many network operators and ISPs to reject all e-mail and other traffic. Advice on preventing relaying is available from the MAPS website: