SCHOOL ICT NEWS BULLETIN No 137 - 25/11/2008
Published by Children’s Services
e1 Training for SENCOs to manage SEN pupils in e1
ICTS Training Services will be delivering:
e1 for SENCOs (pilot course)
Date: 5th December 2008
Time: 9.00 – 12.30
Venue: Norwich PDC Woodside Road
To book this course go to ICT Solutions website > Training Services > Book a Training Course or telephone 0845 303 3003 and contact Training Services for further information and course booking.
Author: Rachel Hudson
SPAM emails on the Norfolk schools Exchange 2007 platform
If you are receiving SPAM emails, can you please ensure these are forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will be for the benefit of all users and should improve the filtering service. The filtering is being monitored and improvements to the service are being investigated.
Please make sure that you attach the message headers by following the instructions below:
Outlook 98, 2000 & 2003:
Double click the message to open it in a new window. Go to the View menu and choose Options. Copy the text in the Internet Headers window by right clicking and choosing Select All, then right clicking again and choosing Copy. Then paste the headers when you forward the message (click the Edit menu and choose Paste).
While viewing the message, click the File menu, then click Properties. On the Details tab, you will need to right click, choose select all (this should highlight all the text). Then right click again, and choose copy. You must then paste the headers into the forwarded message (click the Edit menu, then choose Paste)
MS Outlook Web Access:
Double click the message to open it in a new window. Click on the Message Details button (to the left of the Print icon button). Copy the text in the Internet Headers text box by right clicking and choosing Select All, then right clicking again and choosing Copy. Then paste the headers when you forward the message, by right clicking in the message and choosing Paste.
Author: Amanda Carr
NSIX Web Server upgrade
As you are aware changes have been made to the Norfolk Schools Internet eXchange (NSIX) services for filtering, email, and the next phase is websites.
All organisations with a local authority website, will be emailed by ICT Solutions in the near future. The email will provide information about your current website and how ICT Solutions intends to move your website from the old service to the new service.
Author: Amanda Carr