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The new “invisible” ReCAPTCHA will confirm your login’s authenticity automatically, without requiring you to click or type anything to prove you’re human.
Graduation is just the beginning, and many of your UB experiences will stay with you for life.

Using Central UBmail? The service will be retired for faculty and staff during Summer 2016, but UBIT is here to help you make the move to Exchange.

As of Wednesday, January 25, 2017, UBIT is upgrading its ReCAPTCHA to Google’s ReCAPTCHA 2.0.
Have you recently received an email with a job offer in your account? Unless you previously reached out to the company, the offer is likely fake.

During move-in on August 25 and 26, 2016, the UBIT Help Center will be available in the Ellicott Complex, Governors and South Campus to offer assistance as students set-up their devices. 

If you’re graduating, you may be wondering, “What happens to my UBmail?” You can keep your email as long as you like, but you've got to actively use it.

During the fall 2014 semester, the email system used by most UB faculty and staff (UBmail Powered by Exchange) will be upgraded from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013.  

If you check your UBmail every day (and you are doing that, right?), then you know UBmail is powered by Google. What you might not know is that this gives you access to Google’s universe of powerful, intelligent apps for education.

On Sunday, August 10, 2014, the UB Listserv service and Web interface was upgraded from version 15 to 16. Learn about new features for list owners and more.

Starting June 9, 2014, students in UB's schools of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Dental Medicine will be moved from the UBmail (Central Email) system to UBmail Powered by Google (Gmail), joining other UB students who've enjoyed Gmail since 2009.