[Faccus] [Isthd] Connect switch to Nexus affects Thunderbird clients

Lowell Williamson llwillia at uwaterloo.ca
Wed Apr 11 10:55:23 EDT 2012


Shouldn't we be directing users to OWA instead of mywaterloo to read their Connect email?


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From: isthd-bounces at lists.uwaterloo.ca [mailto:isthd-bounces at lists.uwaterloo.ca] On Behalf Of Allan Fleming
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 9:28 AM
To: Trevor Bain
Cc: isthd at lists.uwaterloo.ca; faccus at lists.uwaterloo.ca
Subject: Re: [Isthd] [Faccus] Connect switch to Nexus affects Thunderbird clients



I found out mywaterloo.ca needs to use nexus\userid now



Allan Fleming, BMath              | Reality check: The postman's creed

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On Wed, 11 Apr 2012, Trevor Bain wrote:



> After the switch over to Nexus authentication tonight, we noticed a large number of IMAP clients connecting using ADS credentials. Further testing revealed that some IMAP clients may need to add the "Nexus\" prefix to the username entry of the server settings. This was not the case in earlier testing but was found to be true for Thunderbird 11 tonight.

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> We have put this front and centre on the web page at: http://ist.uwaterloo.ca/connectinfo and continue to investigate the cause of this change.

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