Email scam claims you must validate your mailbox or you will lose your account.
Upgrade to the Pulse client by Sept. 30, 2016 for faster and easier secure remote access connections.
Email scam claims you must upgrade your "mailbox server" due to recent problems with spammers.
Pitt Passport delivers a consistent, trusted login experience across University services.
Email scam claims your must download a harmful attachment to complete the payment instructions.
Maintenance is part of ongoing improvements to the service.
CourseWeb (Blackboard Learn) will be unavailable from 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 17 through Aug. 22.
Email scam claims your account will be disabled unless you click on a link in the email message.
Six critical vulnerabilities affect Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Office.
DQE has resolved their issue that affected access to some external Web sites from the University’s network.
Network access is affected for a small number of individuals in the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System building.
All services have been restored.
All network service have been restored.
Email scam claims you must update your account to continue to receive email.
The University Data Warehouse will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m. July 8 through 9:00 p.m. July 9.
Review, sign, upload, and send your documents---all digitally. It's secure and sustainable.
All voice mail services have been restored.
Microsoft has resolved their issue that affected the ability of some users to preview My Pitt Email messages.
Microsoft has resolved their issue that caused delays in the delivery of some University email messages earlier today.
The issue that affected access to services like the Student Information System (PeopleSoft) has been resolved.
Phishing scam claims your pitt.edu password will expire in 3 days.
Updates are available for Symantec Endpoint Protection workstation clients and management consoles.
Email scam claims your webmail account has reached its space limit.