To submit a help desk request to the UNH Law Computer Services department, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computer Support for Students, Faculty and Staff
The University of New Hampshire School of Law's Computer Services department strives to keep up with the ever-changing world of higher education technology. Student, Faculty, and Staff feedback is an essential component to our existence as we continue to adapt to our user's constantly changing needs. We try extremely hard to integrate all of the functional technology that is possible, by providing our users with as many technological resources as we can.
UNH School of Law web services can help you with all your electronic communications needs. Along with your user name and password you have access.
Access your email account
GroupWise Client (download and install on your computer)
This is the preferred means of checking your UNH School of Law e-mail.
The WebAccess portal is not intended to be a primary means of checking your UNH School of Law e-mail. It is a convenience, intended for when you are using a computer on which you cannot install the GroupWise client.
Third-party e-mail Clients:
You can use your UNH School of Law e-mail within any third-party e-mail client (ie Outlook, Thunderbird, smartphone, tablet) with the settings listed in the table below:
|IMAP (with SSL)||mail.law.unh.edu||993|
|IMAP (without SSL)||mail.law.unh.edu||143|
|POP3 (with SSL)||mail.law.unh.edu||995|
|POP3 (without SSL)||mail.law.unh.edu||110|
|SMTP (with or without SSL)||smtp.law.unh.edu||465|
IMAP is our preferred third-party client protocol, and is a live reflection of your GroupWise account. IMAP will leave all mail on the UNH School of Law mail servers until you delete it.
Checking e-mail via the POP3 protocol will download all e-mail into your third-party client and place all retrieved mail into the trash in GroupWise (leaving the only copy on your computer/device), where it will remain for 7 days.
You must enable authentication (using your UNH School of Law credentials) in order to send mail through our SMTP server. SMTP services are available from off-site, provided that you authenticate (SSL is preferred, but not required).