Webmail - Last login access box FAQ

# How can the login access information help me?

By reading the last IP address and Hostname, you can see if your mail has been accessed without your permission.

# What is an IP address and a Hostname?

By reading the last IP address (e.g. 24.44.179.176) and Hostname (e.g. ool-182cb3b0.dyn.optonline.net), you can see if your mail has been accessed without your permission. Even though most computers are provided a Hostname, some are not.

# Things to notice after login:

- the date/time you last accessed webmail ... is this correct?

- the IP/Hostname you last accessed webmail from ... is this correct?

# What should I do if *any* of the login access information is suspect?

You should immediately change your password and send mail to Systems Abuse informing them that an unauthorized person(s) may be accessing your account.

-Student Password Change
-NB/P Faculty/Staff Password Change
-NBCS Password Change
-Newark Faculty/Staff Password Change
-Camden Faculty/Staff Password Change

Also you may write to NBCS HelpDesk for assistance or contact the Help Desk at 732-445-HELP (4357).

# Where can I login into Webmail?

You can go to Rutgers Webmail and select your role as Faculty, Staff or Student with the correct campus.

# What does the symbol "N/A" mean?

When you see this symbol, we were unable to determine your host information.