The College provides email accounts for students, faculty
and staff. Faculty and staff personnel with permanent personal
computers will use the Microsoft Outlook as their primary
e-mail client. Students will remotely connect to Microsoft
Outlook Web Access.
- In order for
you to use your bpc.edu account you will need to be connected
to the Internet, have a valid
bpc.edu account. For Web mail access you need MS Internet
Explorer 5 or newer web browser.
- Web mail users will
need to point your browser to http://mail.bpc.edu or
click the link "Check your
BPC email here" from the Brewton-Parker College
home page (www.bpc.edu). Type in your user name, password
domain (bpc), if prompted.
- Student e-mail
accounts are REQUIRED at Brewton-Parker College.
All course information and other official College
communication will only be sent to campus email addresses.
- All student
e-mail accounts have a 5 MB storage limit. If you
reach 5 MB, your account will automatically
lock and you will receive notification that you have
reached your storage limit. You will not be able to send
any e-mail until you delete some of your stored e-mail.
- E-mail accounts
of students that no longer attend Brewton-Parker
are removed from the server after drop/add
each Fall semester.
- LISTSERV or
Mailing List: Please do not use your student.bpc.edu
e-mail account for Internet mailing lists.
We recommend that you get an e-mail account at a free
service like yahoomail or hotmail.
- E-mail must
not be used for purposes inconsistent with the mission
of the College.
of chain letters, unrestricted bulk e-mail, junk
e-mail, abusive, obscene, or libelous electronic
messages are not permitted.
- Users may not
conceal, mask or misrepresent their identity when
sending e-mail or other electronic messages.
- Deliberate transmission
or propagation of malicious programs such as viruses,
worms, Trojan Horses or participation
in denial of service attacks are subject to disciplinary
and possible criminal action.
- Students must
not send Campus-Wide messages without proper authorization
from Student Affairs.
- Faculty and
Staff must not send Campus-Wide messages without
proper authorization from the appropriate Vice-President.