How to find and change information in your profile in the MCommunity Directory. Your directory profile contains information that is related to your affiliation with the University of Michigan.
You can update the membership of MCommunity groups that you own by adding and removing members. You can change who owns a group, and you can make a group moderated by adding moderators.
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.
How to create, renew, and delete groups in the MCommunity Directory. Members of the U-M community can create MCommunity groups to use for sending email, sharing U-M Google resources, authorizing access to resources, and more.
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.
Overview MCommunity groups can collaborate in U-M Google. Access to items is managed in MCommunity instead of U-M Google. For privacy, the "Members list is viewable to" setting in MCommunity is synced to U-M Google. When using sensitive data, ensure that all group members are in compliance.
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.
New Certificate Authority (CA) certificates for the MCommunity eDirectory environments will be implemented on April 29, 2018. Any certificates issued by the old CA will become immediately invalid at that time. This may affect a small number of systems that make specially configured LDAP connections to MCommunity environments. This document lists the Linux commands to check for a matching certificate fingerprint on a Java keystore.
How to manage groups you own in the MCommunity Directory. An overview of the parts of your group and your responsibilities as a group owner.