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Setting up BoxerMail (Gmail) in Microsoft Outlook for Windows
Student, faculty and staff devices should generally connect to the BowerWireless wifi network at Pacific campuses and locations. To set up a device to connect to this network, open a web browser on that device and go to https://boxerconnect.pacificu.edu and follow the instructions there. You can do this from anywhere you have internet access. If you are on campus and need temporary (and limited) internet access to be able to connect to the Boxer Connect webpage, use the "Boxer Connect" wireless
Connect your Pacific University Email address using Gmail app in Iphone / IOS. However, Gmail app will access your Email messages only, and to access your Calendar data, you will need to download and configure Google Calendar app as well. This article includes setup instructions for both Gmail and Google Calendar apps, which are referred as Google Workspace or Boxer Apps hosted by Google.
This is a guide to the classic setup of Outlook for macOS for use with Gmail.
A recommendation of various beneficial technologies for incoming students.
Content you own and share with others in Google Drive may be found and seen by other Pacific University Google users without you wanting that to be possible.
This article explains how to import locally stored emails (called Archives, Outlook Data Files or PST files on the Windows side, On My Computer folders on the Mac side) into Boxer Mail (Gmail).
A guide to setup Google Workspace services on the Native macOS Applications (Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Notes). Formerly known as "Mac Mail".
A comparison of the local application options for setting up Gmail on macOS. This guide goes over the Native macOS Applications, Outlook Classic, and New Outlook, and the differences between them.
Logging into your pacific account for the first time
Installing and using the pharos printers on windows machines
For all students, faculty, staff and alumni, all email clients and the Boxer Mail web interface send as the user's default PUNet ID@pacifiu.edu email address, rather than a preferred email address the user may have created for themselves.  (This is a change for employees as of 7/30/21.)  It is, however, possible to change the from address that is sent to match one's preferred email address.
This article will show you how to set up your Pacific University Boxer Mail (Gmail) to send emails as your preferred alias.
A guide to setup Gmail in Microsoft's newest version of Outlook for macOS. This is setup in the same app as Classic Outlook, and runs in parallel with Classic Outlook if desired.
Consulting with a UIS staff member prior to making a purchase can help to ensure that you are purchasing the best technology available at the best price, that your intended use does not violate licensing agreements, that your technology is secure and that you select technology that UIS is best able to support.
These procedures apply to supervisors or employees who coordinate personnel changes and computer deployment within a department.  They describe the procedure for dealing with a computer when an employee leaves employment at the university, and the procedure for obtaining a new computer when a vacated position is re-hired for.
Pacific University provides the Boxer Guest wireless network as an option for guests to Pacific University to gain temporary Internet access. Boxer Guest is available in most of the buildings on the Forest Grove campus, the Hillsboro campus (excluding the Tuality 7th Avenue Medical Plaza), and several of our remote sites (MFA office, Hawaii office, Eugene Campus, and Woodburn Campus).
Outlook for Windows users using Google Workspace Sync may get a message as follows telling them that they have reached the limit of data that will transfer from Google to Outlook.  The solution as shown in this article is to go into the Google Workspace Sync settings and tell it to transfer more data.
This article gives advice for what to do with technology, accounts and email when employees (faculty or staff) leave employment at the university.