You'll need to setup a printing account before you can print from our computers.
Use account tools to:
Use the Account Lookup Tool to find answers about your account(s):
|OK||open and ready to use.|
|isf||"insufficient funds": suspended because your weekly allocation of Computing Units has been exhausted.|
|nrs||suspended because you were not found in the Registrar's roster.|
|exp||suspended because the associated class ended or you are not enrolled.|
|adm||suspended. Please contact the Accounts Office.|
If you know your old password OR your TritonLink PAC code you can use the this tool to change or replace your existing password on ACMS supported computer systems (and optionally change your UCSD Network/Dialin Password). You will need to know your account name, e.g. jsmith, and your student PID, e.g. a01234567.
If you don't know your old password or your TritonLink PAC code, you should visit the Accounts Office with your student ID card to obtain a new password.
You can set the delivery destination specified for your "@UCSD" e-mail to any e-mail address where you currently have e-mail service, on or off campus.
Here's a list showing the default mailhosts that ACMS initially uses to set up each account type.
Accounts are created automatically for most new undergraduate students prior to orientation. Typically students receive an Enrollment Appointment Notice at college orientation which includes their computer account name, password and mail server host. If you do not have your account information you can use the Account Lookup Tool, above, to find out if an account has already been established for you.
Students who are currently enrolled and who did not receive an account automatically (particularly graduate students) can apply for an ACMS account using the ACSREG mechanism described below. However, it should be noted that some departments either choose to, or are responsible for providing the primary computing support (e.g. E-mail service) to their own graduate students. If you are a graduate student, it would be advisable to check with your department before applying for an ACMS account.
One service that is available to all general-campus students is login access to the Windows PC computers managed by ACMS in locations such as UCSD libraries. All students are eligible to use ACSREG to obtain an account for that purpose.
This utility allows you to sort mail based parameters which help identify and isolate spam and other junk mail.Mail Filter Utility
Use this tool to create the directory "public_html" to hold your Web files, it also sets permissions to allow your Web files to be accessed.
For more advanced information about setting up a web page, go to "Making Documents Available to the World Wide Web".Home Page Setup Tool