An email signature is text, like your contact information or a favorite quote, that’s automatically added at the end of Gmail messages as a footer. Visit Google’s Help Center to learn how to create multiple signatures.
Email & G-Suite
A generic email account provides a unique email address and mailbox that is generally used as a contact method for a specific service or group.An FIT employee must be named as the owner of the account and will be held responsible for the administration of the account including password changes. While the service is only available to […]
In 2019 we rolled out a new IT ticketing system including an improved self-service portal. With the self-service portal, you are able to report issues, open requests, and check their status. To use the self-service portal, go to TechHelp.fitnyc.edu and log in with your FIT username and password, no need to create a new login […]
When you click on an email link on a web page or email message, your computer will open a new compose window with the email address populated in the To: line. The program used to compose the message is determined by the default mail client for your computer. To make Gmail your default mail client, […]
If you have more than one Google Account, you can sign in to multiple accounts at once. That way, you can switch between accounts without signing out and back in again. Please note, that the Gmail icon in MyFIT is linked to https://mail.google.com/ therefore opens to your default account or the account you are currently […]
How do I do a search for mail older than a certain date?There is a long list of advanced search operators that you can use in Gmail. The list can be found here. One of the most powerful ones is to search for messages by date and here is how it is done:The search box is at the […]
As a public institution in New York State where Freedom of Information laws are broad, FIT is legally required to review and produce documents and data—including email—at the public’s request, regardless of the purpose of the request, with limited exceptions. In addition, FIT is subject to review by any number of agencies charged with enforcing certain […]