Due to a near-site killing influx of spammers and other internet ne'er-do-wells using Hotmail, CALI is banning all CALI.orgaccounts that are affiliated with a Hotmail email address. Unfortunately, this will cause a number of legitimate registered CALI.org users to be banned from the system. This only applies to accounts like firstname.lastname@example.org not to the newer accounts like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students and faculty that were using Hotmail accounts with CALI, have two options:
- Send an email to webmaster@CALI.org with your name and a non-Hotmail email address that you wish to use with your CALI account. The switch over will have to be done manually, so it's entirely foreseeable that the process may get clogged up. If you want instant gratification and access....
- Create a new account using a non-Hotmail email address. Please note, if you do choose this option, you will lose all access to previous lesson run information. You will also need a valid authorization code from a member institution (which is available on my.law.unc.edu by clicking on “Law Library” and “Passwords”)
Posted by Steven J. Melamut (Steve) on Thu. August 23, 2012 10:15 AM