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New Clutter feature in Outlook email will be turned off June 3; can be reactivated

The automatic use of Clutter, a mailbox sorting feature in Office 365, will be turned off after the close of business Friday, June 3 in an attempt to better serve faculty, staff and student workers. This change will NOT affect users at the Health Sciences Center.

Users may click here to learn about and/or restore access to Clutter. Information Technology Services can help reactivate Clutter if you contact us at, 304-293-4444 or create a ticket at

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Printing and Copier Services unavailable June 1-3 during relocation

Normal print production services will be unavailable June 1-3 while Printing and Copier Services (PCS) moves to a new location at 200 Frederick Lane in the Ridgeview Business Park, just 8 minutes from Suncrest Town Center. The location is next to WVU Ceramics and near University High School, and has plenty of parking.

PCS will be able to fulfill basic black and white production orders and delivery from the service center locations at the Evansdale Library, Mountainlair and Health Sciences Center during the move. All services will resume a normal schedule Monday, June 6.

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REMINDER: ITS has expedited test scanning service hours during finals week

Information Technology Services has expedited scanning during finals week. Faculty can drop off tests for scanning at both the Evansdale Library and the Mountainlair Service Centers anytime those locations are open. Here’s the timetable for when results will be available: 

•   Packets dropped off before 3 p.m. weekdays; results posted by 5 p.m. the same day.

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Connect devices to WVU.Encrypted; employees cannot use WVU.Guest after May 15

Use of the WVU.Guest wireless network will be limited to visitors to the Morgantown and divisional campuses starting Sunday, May 15, so all faculty and staff should ensure that their personal devices are connected to WVU.Encrypted or eduroam.

Starting May 15, anyone with,,, or a addresses will see an error message advising them to connect through either WVU.Encrypted or eduroam using WVU Login credentials.

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Researchers: Learn about DiaGrid’s high-throughput computing capabilities May 16

All University researchers and faculty are invited to attend a demonstration of DiaGrid, a free tool that provides easy web-based access to software applications used worldwide. Carol Song, senior research scientist at Purdue University, will lead the presentation 9-10 a.m. Monday, May 16 in the Laurel Room at the Mountainlair. 
Sign up here.

DiaGrid provides high-throughput computing (HTC) via an easy to use web gateway.  DiaGrid can make thousands of processors available for tasks able to take advantage of a large processor pool, including Monte Carlo simulations and parameter sweeps.

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