As of Feb. 16, 2013, NC State began changing its junk mail filtering service from Postini to Gmail in a server-by-server “rolling” fashion; not every user account will be changed on the same day. When your account is changed:
For details, see Changes in Junk Mail Handling.
If you use the OIT central email system, remember to check your campus spam service, Postini, regularly. You’ll especially want to do this if you suspect your email is missing or you’re getting unwanted email. Your spam quarantine report arrives in your inbox only once a day, but you can log in to your Postini Message Center anytime to view email that has been flagged as spam.
From within the Postini Message Center, you can approve senders whose mail was blocked and block senders whose mail you don’t want to receive. To help reduce the amount of spam you’re receiving, you can also change the overall junk filter default level from lenient to normal, strict, aggressive, or very aggressive. For more help with Postini, view Non-delivery of Your Campus Email and Best Practices for Managing Junk Mail with Postini.