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Email service of Koivu server has been ended according to the plan 30.11.2014. It has not been possible after that to log in Koivu’s email (for example Webmail) any more.
Welcome to the Student Center for some Holiday season glög on Dec 4 at 12-14! Warm glög and gingerbread cookies for all staff and students available at the Student center lobby.
Koivu's e-mail service will end 30.11.2014. In practice this means that from the beginning of December:
Canon Oy will update the print service on Friday afternoon 14.11. beginning at 16:00. During the update:
If you are Koivu's email user, you have only a month to act. Koivu's email service will be closed in the end of November.
Printing info for students and for staff on Wednesday 5.11. at 13:30 - 14:30 Advice and information about print service:
PC Room YB110 will be closed 16.11.2014 onwards. University will sign this part of building over to Suomen Yliopistokiinteistöt Oy (SYK), who will begin demolition and renovation work there.
Koivu e-mail service will end 30.11.2014. This means in practice that from the beginning of December:
Comsol Oy and VTT will organize a free Workshop which provides an overview of the COMSOL Multiphysics software of simulation.
Microsoft agreement allows students, who have activated O365 Service, to install Office software (Office 365 ProPlus) for free.
Koivu e-mail service will end 30.11.2014. Briefing for Koivu e-mail users will be held on Tuesday 23.9.2014 at 9 am in room IT-113.
On Wednesday 17.9. at 11:30 - 13:30 in Keskusaula: Advice and information about print service:
Art Day on Tuesday 9.9. in Keskusaula: CANON OY presents the new print service at 10 - 14.
University of Oulu has made an agreement with Canon Oy of New Print Services including staff and student printing.
Email service of Paju server has been ended on 1 November, 2013. During the first week of February users can still copy their messages.
Please read the updated (5th February) news here University of Oulu licensed F-Secure Antivirus software home use will end