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What is JWChat and how can I use it with RutgersIM?

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JWChat is an open-source Instant Messaging software program recommended for Windows or Macintosh computers. It can be used with the Rutgers IM service at Rutgers.

What makes JWChat different is that it uses a Web browser and thus doesn't require downloading and installing software. JWChat works with Windows-compatible browsers supported at Rutgers, such as Mozilla Firefox , and Internet Explorer . Additionally On Macintosh computers, JWChat works on Safari .

Documentation on using JWChat with the RutgersIM service can be found at:

How Do I Set Up The AdiumX Client To Work With RutgersIM?

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Adium is an open-source Instant Messaging program that works with Mac OS 10.x. It can be used with the Rutgers IM service as well as other networks such as AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and the Jabber (Rutgers IM) network at the same time.

Documentation on how to use AdiumX with the RutgersIM service can be found at:

What is RutgersIM?

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Rutgers IM is an open-source Instant Messaging (IM) service that provides secure, encrypted communications with other users logged into the Rutgers central IM server, making it more appropriate for sending sensitive information than standard Instant Messenger services. Rutgers IM uses the University NetIDs to identify people with whom you are talking, which prevents faking identities or hiding in anonymity.

To which Mailman lists am I subscribed?

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To get the names of all lists that you are subscribed to please do the following:

  1.  Browse to the page for one of the lists you have joined at http://email.rutgers.edu/mailman/listinfo/listname (substituting the name of the list for "listname")
  2. Authenticate with your Rutgers netID and password. 
  3. Click on the LIST MY OTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS button. 

The entire list of of all Mailman lists that you are subscribed to will be displayed. 

How do I delete a mailman list?

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In order to delete a mailman list the owner must email help@email.rutgers.edu with the name of the lists they would like deleted.

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