Large file sharing to external users

UNMC is using a software package named MOVEit DMZ to provide a mechanism to safely and securely transfer data files (and particularly large data files) to and from outside (non‐UNMC) parties. The package allows users to employ web browsers and FTP clients to easily exchange files over encrypted connections using a variety of protocols. Basically, the system allows users to upload and download files to and from a securely encrypted personal folder. Files placed in the folder are automatically deleted after 30 days. To start using the MOVEit system for either of these tasks, launch your favorite browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, FireFox, etc.) and go to the following web site:


Getting into your email

Go to your web browser and type in the address

On the menu, click the button for either On campus email or Off campus email.





If you are off campus you will see this screen


Make sure the box says UNMC Email/limited if you are going to your email box. Then put in your username and password.


On campus you get this screen insteademail3

Enter your domain and user id:


If this is your own computer, you can check the box that says:This is a private computer and it will remember for next time.

Enter your password and Sign In


For those who desire direct bookmarks. Here are the addresses for those two links.  The on campus link is  –  and the
off campus link is  –



Logging into the email system from off campus or using the guest wireless network.

Just a little more info here on what you will see if you use the email system in this manner.

The link to log in is and although it seems contradictory this is one place you don’t need UNMC_DOMAIN in front of your name to log in.

Once you’ve filled in your username and password and picked UNMC-Restrict from the pull down menu, sign in.


You’ll get a screen that looks a lot like this one.  You can see there’s a link to go to the mail system and you shouldn’t even have to log in a second time to get there.

After that it should look and behave the same way as the OWA does from on campus.


As always, you can get to the email system right from the front page of the blog: