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UT Direct Notifications

Sending messages through UT Direct Notifications

  1. Faculty and staff can request authorization from their departmental or business contact.

  2. Once authorization is granted, you can submit your message. UT EIDs or UINs are used to identify message recipients and must be submitted in text, dataset, or XML format.

    Note: UT Direct Notification messages must be composed in plain text. Attachments are not supported.

  3. All information submitted is checked whether the information for the notification message is filled out correctly and whether the identity of each recipient can be verified. Thorough checks are made so that only the intended recipients receive sensitive information in their Message Center. If the message passes all the checks, it will appear in recipients' Message Centers whose identification is valid. Invalid recipient information will be sent via email to the submitter.

Last updated November 16, 2012 @ 4:17 pm

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