OpenVPN Installation Guide Connect to IAS when abroad to protect your traffic and access campus resources, such as file servers, Princeton University Library electronic resources, and internal web pages.
IAS Wireless Guide Overview of the wireless networks at IAS. Installation guides for the authenticated IAS wireless networks eduroam.
Guidelines and Best Practices for information security safety while traveling.
Mail Client Configuration
The mail services below all use SSL. For more information on configuring mail clients, please visit the appropriate computing group's web site.
Information Technology Group imap: mail.itg.ias.edu smtpauth: smtpauth.ias.edu
Mathematics Computing Department imap: imap.math.ias.edu smtpauth: smtp.math.ias.edu
Natural Sciences Computing Department imap: imap.sns.ias.edu smtpauth: smtpauth.sns.ias.edu
If you received spam in your inbox and wish to report it, forward it to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If a legitimate email was marked as spam, forward it to the following address: email@example.comWhile on campus, access to Princeton Univeristy Library databases and ejournals are available through http://library.princeton.edu/catalogs/articles.php. To access these resources on wireless devices, join the wireless network/SSID "eduroam" using IAS provided login credentials (username and password) and make the following modification to your browser settings.