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* When? Monday 10am. Only in case the check date of a Science login has been reached.
 
* When? Monday 10am. Only in case the check date of a Science login has been reached.
 
On the entry page of [http://diy.science.ru.nl DIY], you can see for which Science logins you are the IT contact person.
 
On the entry page of [http://diy.science.ru.nl DIY], you can see for which Science logins you are the IT contact person.
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Deze mail wordt gestuurd om u te informeren over het bereiken van de controledatum van uw Science login.
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* Aan wie? Aan eigenaar login.
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* Wanneer? Om 10:00 op de dag dat de controle datum is bereikt.
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This mail will be sent if the check date of your Science login has been reached.
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* Recipients? Owner of the account.
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* When? At 10:00 on the day that the check date has been reached.
 
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Revision as of 15:55, 15 March 2017

Email codes overview

ALICE-1

This is an email in which students are requested to participate in the digital course evaluation.

  • Recipients? All students that are registered in OSIRIS for the exam of the corresponding course.
  • When? Typically on the day of the exam (around 17:00).

ALICE-2

This is an email reminder in which students are requested once again to participate in the digital course evaluation.

  • Recipients? All students that are registered in OSIRIS for the exam of the corresponding course.
  • When? Five days after the ALICE-1 email, so typically five days after the exam.

ALICE-3

This is an email in which the feedback of the course are sent to the students.

  • Recipients? All students that have participated in the survey.
  • When? The feedback of courses of a given quarter are sent at the end of the following quarter.

ALICE-4

This is an email in which the feedback of the course is sent to the lecturer/course coordinator.

  • Recipients? The lecturer/course coordinator of the course.
  • When? The feedback of courses of a given quarter are sent at the end of the following quarter.

CUDO-1

This is an email by which the course coordinator is notified that the student course evaluation is completed (and can be found in the course file) and that subsequently the teacher evaluation form can be submitted to the course file.

  • Recipients? The course coordinator.
  • When? When the student course evaluation is completed, typically two weeks after the exam.

For more information on the course file, please, refer to http://www.radboudnet.nl/instructorsfnwi/courses-teaching/step-by-step-plan/course-files/
The teacher evaluation form can be found at the page http://www.radboudnet.nl/instructorsfnwi/forms/course-evaluation/

CUDO-2

This is an email by which the course coordinator is reminded that the student course evaluation is completed (and can be found in the course file) and that subsequently the teacher evaluation form can be submitted to the course file.

  • Recipients? The course coordinator.
  • When? Two weeks after the student course evaluation is completed, typically four weeks after the exam.

For more information on the course file, please, refer to http://www.radboudnet.nl/instructorsfnwi/courses-teaching/step-by-step-plan/course-files/
The teacher evaluation form can be found at the page http://www.radboudnet.nl/instructorsfnwi/forms/course-evaluation/

CUDO-3

This is an email sent to the "OLC" members listing courses that should be ready for evaluation in the week after.

  • Recipients? The secretary/chairman of an "OLC".
  • When? Typically five weeks after the exam.

ROUNDCUBE-1

  • Recipients? Users of the Roundcube webmail service.
  • When? If pre-existing Sieve filters are present on the mail server when changing mail filters in Roundcube.
  • Why? Pre-existing filters will remain active, but are not shown in Roundcube.
  • What to do? Remove the pre-existing Sieve filters and configure everything with Roundcube. If this makes no sense to you, contact C&CZ!.

PRINTBUDGET-1

This is an email sent to make you aware that your printbudget has become too low.

  • Recipients? Users whose personal printbudget has become too low.
  • When? Within 15 minutes after the printbudget has become too low.

PRINTBUDGET-2

This is an email sent to make you aware that a group printbudget has become too low.

  • Recipients? The owners of the group printbudget that has gone below the chosen threshold.

This threshold can be chosen individually for each group printbudget. You can set the threshold in DIY.

  • When? Within 15 minutes after the printbudget has become lower than the threshold.

PRINTBUDGET-3

This is an email sent to make you aware that your printbudget has become too low.

  • Recipients? The owners of the printbudget that has gone below -5.00 euro.
  • When? As long as the budget is too negative, every Sunday at 20:35.

DIY-1

This mail will be sent if the check date of a Science login has been reached.

  • Recipients? IT contact persons.
  • When? Monday 10am. Only in case the check date of a Science login has been reached.

On the entry page of DIY, you can see for which Science logins you are the IT contact person.

DIY-2

This mail will be sent if the check date of your Science login has been reached.

  • Recipients? Owner of the account.
  • When? At 10:00 on the day that the check date has been reached.

LOGIN-1

This mail will be sent if a Science login has been created.

  • Recipient? The person for whom a Science login has been created.
  • When? Each day at 7pm.

PASSWORDRESET-1

This mail will be sent to give you a new initial password for your Science login.

  • Recipient? The person who requested a password reset.
  • When? Directly after the password has been reset by a system administrator.

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