Did you know that UT runs a virtual private network (VPN) that allows you to securely access UT network resources when off campus? UT-VPN encrypts communications between your computer and the VPN server on campus, allowing you to access UT resources without exposing your traffic to network sniffers and snoops. And because the VPN server issues you a campus IP address while you have a session established with it, a UT-VPN connection gives you campus-network-restricted access to resources like online journals and magazines available through the UT library system.
If you are receiving nuisance calls from a particular phone number that is not of a threatening or harassing nature (see Malicious Call Trace), you can configure your phone to automatically reject calls from that number.
After receiving a call from the number you wish to block, with your phone hung up, locate the number to be blocked in your "Received Calls" list. Depending on your
The recent conversion of the University's phone system to "Voice over IP" (VoIP) also introduced a new voicemail system for which all users need to perform their own configuration. Fortunately, the system is easy to use and to configure.
Configuring a VoIP phone to forward calls to voicemail
Voicemail is available by default. However, the phone is not configured to forward calls to voicemail, in the event that the user doesn't want that to use that feature.