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I am looking into the email usage of our various users.  I would be interested to get some feedback on a couple of questions:

 

If you have you own email solution (not hosted)

 

1.            How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?

2.            If you do provide them additional space.  Do you charge back?

3.            if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?

 

Thank you in advance,

 

m

 

Mark Reboli

Network/Telecom/IT security Manager

Misericordia University

570-674-6753

 

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We use Exchange 2010 for all faculty, staff and students and have it integrated with Lync and SharePoint

 

1 gig for faculty and staff

We give extra space if they need it—no charge

 

Chip

Chip Eckardt
CIO
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
105 Garfield Ave.
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone 715-836-4636 ext. 362381
eckardpp@uwec.edu

 

 

 

Mark:
 

1. How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?           2GB

2. If you do provide them additional space. Do you charge back? We implemented a threshold setting at 80% of 2GB that reminds the user that they will need to manage the account. Once they approach the 80% threshold, the flow of email is interrupted.  We do not provide additional space.

3. if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?



 
 
George Pyo
Chief Information Officer
Saint Francis University
Loretto, PA. 15940
(814)472-3090
gpyo@francis.edu
>>> Mark Reboli <mreboli@MISERICORDIA.EDU> 7/3/2012 3:13 PM >>>

I am looking into the email usage of our various users.  I would be interested to get some feedback on a couple of questions:

 

If you have you own email solution (not hosted)

 

1.            How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?

2.            If you do provide them additional space.  Do you charge back?

3.            if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?

 

Thank you in advance,

 

m

 

Mark Reboli

Network/Telecom/IT security Manager

Misericordia University

570-674-6753

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

1.                  How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?

a.       2GB to start and we have a script running so at 80% they bump up another 500Mb

2.                  If you do provide them additional space.  Do you charge back?

a.       We provide that additional space up to 5Gb

                                                               i.      We do not chargeback currently but I can see that coming as we continue to look at cost causers. 

3.                  if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?

a.       N/A

 

 

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Hi Mark,

We're on GroupWise for just faculty and staff.  We'll be looking at Google/Microsoft in the next 12 months for everyone.

1) 4 GB
2) No charge backs.  They start getting warnings at 90% threshold (in fact our user support team gets CCed on the warning message too so they can reach out to the user).  GroupWise prevents sending (receiving is fine) at 100%.  We have a few exceptions but the majority of people clean up.  The problem is often large attachments which are pretty easy to find and remove.

-- Scott


Scott Krajewski
Director, IT Services
Augsburg College
http://www.augsburg.edu/it/
The Link: IT Newsletter
http://augnet.augsburg.edu/thelink

>>> Mark Reboli 07/03/12 2:14 PM >>>

I am looking into the email usage of our various users.  I would be interested to get some feedback on a couple of questions:

 

If you have you own email solution (not hosted)

 

1.            How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?

2.            If you do provide them additional space.  Do you charge back?

3.            if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?

 

Thank you in advance,

 

m

 

Mark Reboli

Network/Telecom/IT security Manager

Misericordia University

570-674-6753

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

My mistake, 2 GB is the quota.  Wishful thinking on my part.

-- Scott

>>> Scott Krajewski 07/05/12 12:06 PM >>>
Hi Mark,

We're on GroupWise for just faculty and staff.  We'll be looking at Google/Microsoft in the next 12 months for everyone.

1) 4 GB
2) No charge backs.  They start getting warnings at 90% threshold (in fact our user support team gets CCed on the warning message too so they can reach out to the user).  GroupWise prevents sending (receiving is fine) at 100%.  We have a few exceptions but the majority of people clean up.  The problem is often large attachments which are pretty easy to find and remove.

-- Scott


Scott Krajewski
Director, IT Services
Augsburg College
http://www.augsburg.edu/it/
The Link: IT Newsletter
http://augnet.augsburg.edu/thelink

>>> Mark Reboli 07/03/12 2:14 PM >>>

I am looking into the email usage of our various users.  I would be interested to get some feedback on a couple of questions:

 

If you have you own email solution (not hosted)

 

1.            How much disk space to you provide faculty and staff?

2.            If you do provide them additional space.  Do you charge back?

3.            if you do charge back what is the formula you use for the chargeback?

 

Thank you in advance,

 

m

 

Mark Reboli

Network/Telecom/IT security Manager

Misericordia University

570-674-6753

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.