Responsible Executive: UC Berkeley's Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
Responsible Office: Office of the CIO
- Questions about this policy: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Service use information: email@example.com
- Mis-use issues: Responding to Inappropriate Use of Computing and Network Resources
Campus Email Service supplies email and mailing list services in support of the University's mission of education, research and public service and to conduct the University's business. Access to and use of Campus Email Service is a privilege accorded at the discretion of the University. Use of campus email service is subject to legal and policy restrictions that apply to all University property and by constraints necessary for the reliable operation of electronic communication systems and services. The Berkeley Campus reserves the right to deny access to use campus email service when necessary to satisfy these restrictions and constraints.
Campus Email Service applicants, service users, and service administrators.
This policy enumerates the principles and practices of operation for the Campus Email Service.
This Policy is issued by Information Services and Technology. The Office of the CIO IT Policy Manager is responsible for maintenance of this Policy.
|A.||Access to the Service
|B.||Use of the Service|
|C.||Restrictions of Service
|D.||Backup Copies, Archiving
Campus Email Service does not maintain central archives of all email sent or received. Email is normally backed up only to ensure system integrity and reliability, not to provide for future retrieval, although back-ups may at times serve the latter purpose incidentally. Campus Email Service staff are not required by this Policy to retrieve email from such back-up facilities upon the Holder's request, although on occasion they may do so as a courtesy.
Use of terminology in this document corresponds to the definitions in the ECP's Appendix A — Definitions. Additional terms include:
- The administrative mechanism for authorizing any use of Campus Email Service.
- A computer connected to a network.
- Malware (for "malicious software") programs or files that are developed for the purpose of doing harm. Thus, malware includes computer viruses, worms, and Trojan horses.
- To exploit electronic communications systems for purposes beyond their intended scope to amplify the widespread distribution of unsolicited email.
- The individual or department associated with each authorization account (see above).