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  • CoE Email: What should I set as my incoming and outgoing mail server in my email client
    Answer: For College of Engineering email services (including services we provide for groups such as CNSI and ICB): INCOMING SERVER --------------- Server name: mail.engr.ucsb.edu Protocol: imapPort: 143 ...
  • Remote Access: Remote terminal access from windows: PuTTY
    Answer: First download PuTTY (download and run "putty.exe"). After installation is complete, open PuTTY and enter csil.cs.ucsb.edu under Host Name (or IP Address) (see #1 in screenshot below). Note: ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: How can I access my UNIX account from Windows?
    Answer: The preferred method is via SSH. Here are your options: Terminal Access Command Line access only: Remote terminal access from windows: PuTTY Command Line access with graphics forwarding: Remote terminal ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: Can I keep my email address after I graduate? (Alumni Mail)
    Answer: The UCSB College of Engineering (CoE) provides lifelong email forwarding to its graduating students. This service is available only upon REQUEST. CoE alumni are eligible ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: Can I remote log in from home?
    Answer: Note: If you are not a Computer Science student you can replace csil.cs.ucsb.edu with linux.engr.ucsb.edu instead. Linux or Mac If you are using Linux or Mac, open ...
  • CoE Email: How do I access my email from the Web?
    Answer: You can access your CoE webmail at https://webmail.engineering.ucsb.edu. Our web interface provides the full functionality you expect from an e-mail client, including MIME support, address book, ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: Software Available Through MS Imagine / DreamSpark / MSDN-AA
    Answer: What is the MS Imagine / DreamSpark / MSDN Academic Alliance? Who is eligible to download software through the DreamSpark?What products and services are included in ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: Setting up SSH keys
    Answer:  We recommend using ssh keys if you want to login to another account (such as a class account) via SSH. To generate the ...
  • Computer Science FAQs: Accessing the UCSB Wireless Network
    Answer: The main difference between the regular “UCSB Wireless Web” network and the “UCSB Secure” network is that the secure network encrypts all wireless data traffic ...
  • Instructional Labs: Why can't I access the computers in CSIL?
    Answer: If you are having trouble logging in to a computer you can reset your password here, or if you are entering the correct password but ...

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