This document provides an overview of the MCommunity Directory. It describes the information about people and groups that is in the directory and details how that information gets into, and out of, the directory.
U-M instructors on the Ann Arbor campus can use the MCommunnity Directory to create groups based on course-roster data in Wolverine Access. These groups are synchronized to U-M Google and can be used for sending email, and sharing U-M Google resources.
This document explains how to use forwarding addresses in the MCommunity Directory to have email that is sent to your @umich.edu address forwarded to any email account you choose.
This document provides general information about the MCommunity LDAP Tree, including a list of the most frequently used attributes. The LDAP tree is an LDAP-accessible replica of the MCommunity Directory.
Instructions for creating and managing groups and group memberships in the MCommunity Directory. Note that only members of the University of Michigan community who have their own directory profiles can create and manage groups in the directory.
This document explains how to acquire and remove personal group memberships in the MCommunity Directory. It also describes privacy and email settings you can request if you have concerns about your membership being public, or about unwanted e-mail sent to a group.
This document describes how to find and change information in your profile in the MCommunity Directory via the web. Your directory profile contains information that is related to your affiliation with the University of Michigan.
This document describes the renewal and expiry policies for groups in the MCommunity Directory.
MCommunity Directory groups are synchronized to U-M Google and U-M Box so you can use them when sending email, sharing resources, and collaborating. This document lists what parts of MCommunity groups are sent to U-M Google and Box.
This document offers tips to help you find what you're looking for in the MCommunity Directory using the new, mobile-friendly interface, which is still under development.