New Employees

New Employees

  • Configuring Apple Mail for New Math Mail Server

    This guide will be used to configure your access to your email using Apple Mail for the new Mathematics Mail Server.
    You will be utilizing your Novell password to access this account. If you have not done so already you will need to set your Novell Password through If you have already set your Novell Password you may skip to Step 5.

    1. First, we need to set your new Novell Password to ensure security and proper usage.  Start by following this link (
    2. In the dropdown menu select NetID Username and Password
    3. Type your NetID into the field labeled “Username” and your NetID password in the field labeled “Password” and then press Login

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    4. You will then be asked to please enter and confirm your new Novell Password. Do this following the Password Requirements on the page and then press Change Password.  If the change was successful you will get a message that states “Your Novell password has been changed” and you may proceed with the rest of the Apple Mail setup.

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     Novell password successful change message

    5. Launch Apple Mail.
    6. Go to the top menu bar on your screen and click on the item labeled “Mail”
    7. Click on Add Account

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    8. Select “Add Other Mail Account…” and press Continue

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    9. Fill out this information, put your full name as you want it to appear to others in the field labeled Full Name, your full email address in the field labeled Email Address and your new Novell password in the field labeled Password. Press Create.

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    10. In the next screen enter “” in the field labeled Mail Server, your user name in the field labeled User Name and your Novell password in the field labeled Password. Press Next.

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    11. In the next field leave the Path Prefix empty, put 993 in the Port field and check the SSH box. The Authentication dropdown should have Password selected. Press Next.

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    12. In the field labeled SMTP Server type “”, type your user name in the User Name field and your password in the Password field. Press Create.

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    13. Go to the top left hand side of the screen and press the menu item
    labeled Mail. Click on Preferences


    14. Click on your Math mail account under the Accountstab. Next, click
    on the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) dropdown and press "Edit SMTP List"


    15. Highlight the smtp.math.rutgers.eduitem.  Then click on the Advanced tab.
    Set the port to be 567, make sure the Use SSL box is check and
    Authenticationdropdown is set to Password. Press OK.


    16. You have successfully set up your connection to the new Math Mail Server for use with Apple Mail. If you have had any problems with this guide please submit a workorder specifying your difficulties to

  • Creating Your NetID

    • Faculty and staff must create a Rutgers NetID. The NetID is a username/password that is used for many University-wide resources and is required for all members of the University.
    • Campus-specific instructions on how to obtain your NetID are available on NetID information page.
  • Invite System

    DESCRIPTION: This system allows users to manage an invitation list for an event. A single event can take place one or more times, and in the case of the latter the host can allow guests to RSVP or any or all of the sessions, or just one. The host can invite specific people or use a unique URL to allow guests to self-register. A host planning an event can also present several possible dates and ask prospective guests to vote on when it should take place.


    • SAS IT Office


    URL: Invite System

  • Rutgers Guest Accounts

    Guest NetID Information

    RUWireless Guest Account Information

  • SAS Administrative Mailing Lists

  • SAS Central Authentication

    DESCRIPTION: The SAS Central Authentication application provides a single-sign-on backend for our Zend platform developed projects. The application also allows for global white listing and black listing of users, impersonation of other users and verification of application origin which helps prevent attacks on our applications. Additionally, the application allows for the creation of non NetID based users for authentication.


    •  All of SAS

    URL: SAS Central Authentication

  • Workorder System

    DESCRIPTION: This system maintains trouble tickets for the SAS Information Technology office. It is used by Unit Computing Managers, Web Designers, and Application Developers to manage the problems and requests that arise in their duties serving the IT needs of the School of Arts and Sciences.


    • SAS IT Office

    URL: Workorder System