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Information on identifying email scams, protecting yourself from and after an email scam, and reporting an email scam.

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Pinned Article Google Delegated Access (Authority)

This article provides information on how to share access to a departmental email account using Google's Delegated Access (Authority).

Access RacerMail on Third-Party Mail Apps

Learn more about Google's security feature for logging in: 2-Step Verification (sometimes called 2-Factor Authentication)

Google Backup and Sync, Google File Stream

Google Backup and Sync allows users offline access and backups to their Google Drive files. Google File Stream allows users a quick way to access their files without taking up storage on their local computer.

Google Calendar, Drive, and Hangouts Help

This article provides quick links to Google's help pages on their Calendar, Drive, and Hangouts apps.

Google Chat FAQ

n Monday, February 8, 2021, Murray State will migrate from Google Hangouts to Google Chat. For MSU, this means an improved browser experience as well as a new mobile app experience.

Google Forms - FAQ & Best Practices

As a part of G Suite for Education, Murray State University Google accounts have access to Google Forms - an easy way to make a quick survey or registration form! As Google is constantly adding and updating features, it’s always best to check Google’s website for additional help. To provide some information on some key features and to help guide users through securing their forms and responses, Murray State has created this “FAQ & Best Practices” article to assist our users.

Racer Alerts FAQ (Mobile Emergency Alerts)

Anyone can sign up and opt-in to receive MSU mobile alert text messages sent to their SMS-capable cell phones. Messages will only be sent to users in the event of an emergency situation.

Send an Email as Plain Text

In some cases, it may be important or necessary to send an email as plain text. Plain text leaves out all formatting (colors, bold, center, etc) as well as hyperlinked text (URLs, email addresses, etc.)