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Frequently Asked Questions FAQ What can I do with my account Your DeVry Internet account provides you with an e-mail account 10 Megabytes of disk space access to Usenet Newsgroups and all other services available on the World Wide Web What are my responsibilities as a participant in a networked community As stated in the DeVry Acceptable Use Policy your responsibility is to show respect and consideration for those you work with through your use of the Internet This includes adhering to local state and federal laws regarding such activities as well as abiding by the computing policies and rules of DeVry and any other network that you access Where can I go for HELP The Internet provides a great wealth of information but it can be difficult to use If you find yourself needing assistance with your Internet account such as how to use e-mail newsgroups Telnet or FTP you should read the on-line help and try to follow any instructions provided Several handouts are available on how to configure your machine to dial-in from home If none of these documents are proving useful you should contact a lab assistant You can call or e-mail the labs during all business hours Is my account free No your account is not free However Internet access in being provided as part of your total educational experience and is paid for by DeVry Currently there are no additional fees to you and there is not a specific Internet cost per student Where can I access my e-mail You may access your e-mail account in either lab using Eudora or Pine Instructions for using Eudora are located in the labs Do I have access to the computers in the lab at any time The priority in the labs goes to the classes scheduled When you have a class scheduled in
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