All NTNUI volunteers are encouraged to give feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, comments, criticism or suggestions for improvement of NTNUI’s IT services.
All volunteers in NTNUI can order a personal e-mail account of the type email@example.com. The account will work in the same way as a regular Gmail account. With your NTNUI account, you get full access to Google’s office suite. It includes Gmail, Google Drive, Spreadsheets, Docs and Presentations, as well as an email list and alias system.
Each user account will also have 30 GB of free storage on Google Drive, and free access to Spreadsheets, Documents and Presentations. In the long run, users will be added to role-specific mailing lists such as firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and correspondingly to relieve the firstname.lastname@example.org.
A very nice feature is that you use aliases such as email@example.com as the sender address. Read here how to use an alias.
In addition, there is a requirement to have an NTNUI account to be able to manage email lists for groups and teams, due to technical limitations from Google.
How do I get an NTNUI account?
Board members and other volunteers in NTNUI’s groups are automatically sent an NTNUI account when they are added as a board member or volunteer in the membership system.
Slack and Slab: your new best friends as an NTNUI volunteer
NTNUI’s internal communication takes place via email, Slack and Slab. If you are a group leader, deputy leader or treasurer, you will be invited to Slack after you have created your NTNUI user. All volunteers have access to NTNUI’s knowledge base on Slab by logging in using your NTNUI user. Here you will find all the information you need as a NTNUI volunteer!