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Setting up Exchange on an Android Phone Not all Android devices are identical. If your screen doesn't look like the pictures below, there is likely another option with similar wording. The screenshots below were all taken on a Motorola Droid 2. Before setting up Exchange access on your phone make sure that: You can access owa.wm.edu and can login from a desktop or laptop computer (not on your phone). Your phone is connected to the Internet either via Wi-fi or 3G with a good signal. You can access www.wm.edu in your phone's browser. After verifying that your phone is connected to the web you can begin the setup process. 1. From the home screen find the button that will let you access your phone's list of applications. 2. Select Settings (the programs are in alphabetical order). Note that your application's icons may look different than those in Figure 1 above. Figure 1: The list of applications with Settings selected 3. Select the option labeled Accounts. Some phones refer to this as Accounts & Sync. Figure 3: Options available under Settings 4. Under Accounts choose the option that allows you to add a new account. On some Android phones you may need to press the menu button to see this option. 5. Select the option that allows you to add an Exchange or Corporate Sync account. Figure 2: The accounts management screen Figure 4: Account type options with Corporate Sync selected
Setting Up Your Android Device Division of Information Technology with your FIU PantherMail Email Account Last Updated: September 28, 2012 Step 1: Enable IMAP on your PantherMail account Point your browser to PantherMail at http://panthermail.fiu.edu and log in with your PantherMail username and password. From the top right-hand corner, click on the gear icon and select Settings. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab Scroll down to the IMAP Access section, and select Enable IMAP Click Save Changes Step 2: Setup Email account on your Android mobile phone From your phone’s main menu, select the Email application When prompted, enter your PantherMail e-mail address and password Choose Manual Setup Select IMAP At the Incoming Server Settings, enter the following: For Username, enter your PantherMail username (with the @fiu.edu); e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org For Password, enter your PantherMail password For IMAP server, enter: imap.gmail.com For Security Type, select SSL (Accept all certificates) For Port, select 993 Click Next At the Outgoing Server Settings screen, enter the following: For Outgoing Mail/SMTP server, enter: smtp.gmail.com For Security Type, select TLS (Accept all certificates) For Port, enter: 587 When prompted, set your account options (e.g., Name for the account, how often to fetch mail, etc.) Click Done or Finish In a few minutes, your PantherMail e-mail will start synching. Congratulations! You have successfully set up your Android to receive your PantherMail!
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MVD DEALER LICENSING BUREAU COMPLAINT FORM Explanation and Instructions The Dealer Licensing Bureau (DLB) of the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) investigates and seeks appropriate resolution of complaints regarding the operations of automobile dealerships, auto recyclers and title service companies (TSCs). This form is provided for use by consumers to register complaints regarding dealerships, auto recyclers and TSCs and to request that those complaints be investigated and resolved by the DLB. Please submit a copy of any and all documentation (i.e. invoice, odometer statements, titles, cancelled checks, photos, etc.) to support your complaint. Each complaint will be investigated and reviewed by the DLB. In accordance with privacy laws, there may be instances when the DLB will not be able to share all the details of the investigation or any subsequent administrative action. You may file your complaint anonymously. However, if we do not have enough information to investigate and cannot reach you for additional information, we may have to close the investigation for lack of evidence. Send this completed form and any attachments to: Motor Vehicle Division Dealer Licensing Bureau 505 Marquette NW , Suite 1501 Albuquerque, NM 87102 Phone (505) 383-2316 Fax (505) 383-2372
The header consists of a shortened title in all capital letters at the left margin and the page number at the right margin; on the title page only, the shortened title is preceded by the words “Running head” and a colon. Full title, writer's name, and school halfway down the page. Northwest-Shoals Community College Author Note This paper was prepared for Psychology 108, Section B, taught by Professor Kang. An author's note lists the specific information about the course or department and can provide acknowledgments and contact information. Marginal annotations indicate APA-style formatting and effective writing. Source: Diana Hacker (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2006). This paper follows the style guidelines in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. (2010). 5/10 Can Medication cure Obesity in Children?
Chicago (CMS) Research Paper (Bishop) The Massacre at Fort Pillow: Title of paper. Holding Nathan Bedford Forrest Accountable Ned Bishop Writer’s name. History 214 Title of course, instructor’s name, and date. Professor Citro March 22, XXXX Marginal annotations indicate Chicago (CMS)-style formatting and effective writing. Source: Hacker/Sommers (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010, 2007). This paper follows the style guidelines in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (2010). 10/10_A Bishop 2 Although Northern newspapers of the time no doubt exaggerated some of the Confederate atrocities at Fort Pillow, most modern sources agree that a massacre of Union troops took place there on April 12, 1864. It seems clear that Union soldiers, particularly black soldiers, were killed after they had stopped fighting or had surrendered or were being held prisoner. Less clear is the role played by Major General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Thesis asserts writer’s main point. leading his troops. Although we will never know whether Forrest directly ordered the massacre, evidence suggests that he was responsible for it. Headings help readers follow the organization. What happened at Fort Pillow? Fort Pillow, Tennessee, which sat on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, had been held by the Union for two years. It was garrisoned by 580 men, 292 of them from United States Colored Heavy and Light Artillery regiments, 285 from the white Thirteenth Tennessee Cavalry. Nathan Bedford Forrest
Sample MLA Research Paper The research paper on the following pages is an example of how a paper is put together following MLA guidelines. The title page and outline are not required for MLA papers, but if your instructor asks for one or both, use the models and guidelines that follow. Sample Title Page Center the title one-third down the page. Center identifying information— student, instructor, course, date— two-thirds of the way down. UN Sanctions and the Suffering of Iraq’s People Troy Holland Professor Rylaarsdam English 101H 17 April 2002 33 525 33.503-536/MLA.1 526 33 10/11/05 8:31 AM Page 526 Documentation and Format Styles Sample Research-Paper Outline Center the title one inch from the top of the page. UN Sanctions and the Suffering of Iraq’s People Introduction—The UN imposed sanctions against Iraq in 1991, after Iraq invaded Kuwait. I. Ten years later, the sanctions have not brought about the desired results. A. The UN’s call for the destruction of weapons of mass Double-space throughout. destruction has not been heeded. B. A blockade of Iraqi exports has not been completely successful. C. A restriction on Iraqi imports has fallen short of its goal. II. Living conditions in Iraq have worsened since 1991. A. Iraq’s infrastructure has broken down. B. Half the water supply is undrinkable.
Research Paper Proposal For JURI495 and 496, the research issue that you select must encompass at least two disciplines, law and a liberal arts discipline such as history, philosophy or political science. Your proposed area of research must require the contribution of more than one disciplinary perspective in order to gain adequate understanding and arrive at conclusions that integrate the various disciplinary perspectives. SEE RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS EXPLANATION. Write your Research Paper Proposal in the following format: Paragraph of introduction to your topic. Research Hypothesis—expressed three ways : o As a one-sentence hypothesis o As a research question o As a title for your paper Essential Disciplines and Sub-Disciplines Definition/Explanation of any essential terms [legal terms or disciplinary jargon of the field you are researching] with footnoting of the sources of your definitions Description of how you will conduct your interdisciplinary research; the design of your research [may be up to 2 paragraphs]. Note: In this section, you must include a sentence which begins “An interdisciplinary approach is essential [or required] to [fill in……….] because no single disciplinary perspective can adequately address this question/issue. This section is the “road map” in two prose paragraphs describing your research. It paints a picture of...
Include a running header (a short title of your paper) only on the title page Include a page number on every page Type as: Running head: TITLE IN ALL CAPS All additional pages should just have the short title without the phrase Running head Center the title The long title of your paper should include the main idea and scope of your paper How to Format a Formal Research Paper Using the APA Citation Style Jane Student The title should be typed in 12 point Times font State University Center and double space your name and the name of your college, university, or institution Do not bold, underline, or italicize the title Education 432 Professor Haberdasher March 15, 2010 Center and double space the course title and number, the instructor, and the date APA FORMAL RESEARCH PAPER 2 Start your abstract on page 2 Abstract Center the word Abstract Some assignments will call for an abstract. An abstract is a summary of your paper. An abstract should be short and concise but include the topic of your paper, the main points you are writing about, and the conclusions you reach. Do not indent the 1st line of your Abstract It should be written in block format...
Title of Project: Give your project a working title, which may or may not become the title of your paper. 2 Statement of purpose: Explain what you hope your research will find or show. State your question or series of questions before you begin your research. After you have conducted significant research you should be able to answer your question(s) in one or two sentences, which may become the thesis of the final paper. 3 Background: Explain your interest in and experience with this topic. Describe any previous research you have conducted on this or related topics, any classes you have taken on this or related topics, or any reading you have already done in the field. If you have personal experience that has lead you to want to do more research, describe that here too. 4 Significance: Explain why this topic is worth considering, or this question or series of questions is worth answering. Answer the following questions: why should your instructor let you select this topic? what do you hope to learn from it? what will this new knowledge add to the field of knowledge that already exists on this topic? what new perspective will you bring to the topic? what use might your final research paper have for others in this field or in the general public? who might you decide to share your findings with once the project is complete? 5 Description: Describe the kind of research you will conduct to complete this project (library research, internet research, interviews, observations, ethnographies, etc.) 6 Methodology: Explain how you will conduct your research in as much detail as possible. If you will consult others (such as a statistician, an ethnographer, or a librarian) explain what role they will serve and how you hope they will enhance your development of an appropriate methodology for this project. Discuss the kinds of sources you hope to consult and the methods you will use to extract and process the information you gather in as much detail as is possible at this stage. (As the project is underway you might find the need to revise your methodology, explore new types of source material, and/or adopt new methods of gathering and processing data. If this happens, revise this section of the proposal.)