1. The Club
2. Logging in / the account
- 1.1 Is ACC the same thing as TSDF?
- 1.2 Where can I find the ACC staff when I have problems?
- 1.3 Can anyone become an ACC member?
- 1.4 What does an ACC membership cost?
- 1.5 How do I pay the membership fee?
- 2.1 How do I log in from home?
- 2.2 How do I change my password?
- 2.3 HELP! I have forgotten my password!
- 2.4 Can I get back deleted files?
- 2.5 What computers can I log into?
- 2.6 From what computers can I log into ACC?
- 2.7 Group accounts
- 2.8 How do I get access to the computer lab?
- 3.1 Being a member, do I get to have my own homepage?
- 3.2 How much space do I have for my homepage?
- 3.3 Why do I get the error message: "Forbidden. You don't have permission to access..." when accessing my HTML-files?
- 3.4 Can I put up a homepage for my club (i.e sports association) on my ACC account, even though it isn't connected to UmU?
- 3.5 Why doesn't my homepage show up in the member-register ?
- 3.6 Why doesn't CGI/SSI work on my page ?
5. FTP Misc
- 4.1 Is there a webmail?
- 4.2 Which settings should I use?
- 4.3 Can I forward my mail to another address(es)?
- 4.4 We need an alias for our group-account
- 4.5 How do I filter mail into different folders ?
- 4.6 What is Greylisting?
ACC stands for Academic Computer Club - Umeć University and is the new name of TSDF, established after leaving Teknolog Sektionen (TS)Look at our support-page.No, only students and staff at Umeć University can become members.The present membership fee is 50 swedish crowns per semester. The amount is established on the annual meeting.Use our BankGiro 5149-5331 to pay the membership fee.
Remember to use the right OCR-reference when paying. To retrive the correct OCR reference, please visit the information page regarding payment. Note that we don't accept payments which lasts over the summer, ie. on the autumn period you can pay for the whole year and during the spring period you can only pay for the current period (up to the summer).
Use an SSH client, see the login page for more information.To change your password, login on our computers with SSH and then use the command passwd and follow the instructions on screen.Come visit us on our support.We take backups each night, so if you're missing a file that you want back then please contact
supportas soon as possible so we can try to restore the file for you.You can always log into login.acc.umu.se, this will connect you to one of our servers that are online.
Due to how the key handling works in SSH, this is not optimal. See the login page for more information.You can log into the ACC system from just about any computer connected to the Internet. In order to do this you must have an SSH client.
For more information see http://www.acc.umu.se/help/newbie/login.html.sv.See http://www.acc.umu.se/help/newbie/gruppkonton.html (only in Swedish).Visit us on our support.
Sure, you can place your own homepage on ACC. The address will be http://www.acc.umu.se/~username/
For more information, see http://www.acc.umu.se/help/web/index.html.en.You can store up to 16 Gigabytes in total on your ACC user account.You must set the correct access rights on your HTML files.
Use chmod 755 on directories and cgi-scripts, also chmod 644 on regular files. If you don't feel comfortable using chmod, then type fixchmod, this will take care of the access rights of your web pages for you.No! It is not allowed to keep sites for external organizations (this according to rules set by SUNET).
The page is updated once every day, so you've got to have some patience.
If you have waited for more than one day and your homepage isn't listed, make sure you have named your main-page index.html and nothing else.
If the www-server lets the CGI-call pass unmodified (ie. you can read text like <!--#include virtual="script.cgi" --> when the page is loaded in a browser), then the page is probably named incorrectly.
HTML-files must have the extension .html (small caps) to enable the www-server to parse them correctly. If you make your pages in a DOS/Windows environment it is common that they are named .HTM or something else.
Yes. Our webmail is called Puss and is available from https://puss.acc.umu.se. Use the link marked Log in and log in with your username and password to ACC.
Here is a short list of the settings that you should use when you're setting up you email program for use with your ACC account:
- Incoming server (IMAP): mail.acc.umu.se (port 993)
- Outgoing server (SMTP): mail.acc.umu.se (port 465)
- Secure connection (SSL): Yes (SSL/TLS, not STARTTLS)
- Username: Your username at ACC (not the email address)
- Password: Your password at ACC
- Authentication Yes (the same username and password as for incoming server)
Please note that the outgoing server should be configured to use authentication. This makes the mail program use your username and password when you're sending email.
Sure! Create a file named .forward in your home directory. This file should contain the address or addresses where your mail should be sent. To keep a local copy, this text should be in the file:
If you want to forward your mail to email@example.com then just log in using Putty/ssh and type:nano .forward
This loads the nano editor. Then just write the email address that you want to forward firstname.lastname@example.org
Save by pressing Ctrl-X and confirm with Y.
This works on most Unix-systems.See our help-page for group-accounts.This is achieved by creating a configuration-file to procmail called .procmailrc in your home-directory. Read the related manpages, namely procmailrc for detailed instructions and procmailex for ready-made examples.
The format of .procmailrc is rather tricky at first, but very powerful when you get a hang of it.ACC is using an anti spam/virus technique that is called Greylisting. It means that the first time a triplet sendingcomputer/senderaddress/receiveraddress is seen, our mail server says "please come back later". The next time (if it has waited at least 5 minutes) all such mails will be let through without delay. This means that the first time you get a mail from person X from computer Y, it will be delayed a bit, but all such mails after that will arrive directly. All legitimate mail servers should keep mails until the reciving computer has received the mail, but spammers doesn't do this as it's cheaper to ignore that. They will just move on to the next address in their spam list and try that instead. Mail virus will be limited as well as they will not retry, but just go on and try the next address instead.
As with all anti spam methods there are cases where legitimate mails will be stopped and never arrive, but that should be very rare since even if you are not using greylisting mail servers can say "I'm busy right now, come back later". If the sending server can't handle this, the mail will be lost. If they do, they are also violating the requirements for email servers on the Internet.
What should I do if a mail I want has been stopped?
It could take a little while before the sending server tries again, so wait a little first. If it still doesn't arrive - contact support and we will look into it.
We have closed down regular FTP since it sends passwords in cleartext, use SCP/SFTP instead. See the file transfer help.