Email rôle addresses within the department
If you don't know the exact person you want to contact, or have a specific problem you need help with, you can use one of these rôle-based email addresses to get assistance.
If the address is marked as ‘(moderated)’, your message will have to be manually approved by postmaster before it is sent out. Mail that doesn’t fit with broad outlines above will be rejected.
External addresses for use by anyone
Contact for Postgraduate Admissions
Contact for Undergraduate Admissions
Address for reporting SPAM etc
problems relating to security
The Departmental Secretary
management of the top level WWW pages for the Department
manager of the email system
Matters relating to Health and Safety
The Departmental Safety Officer
The Secretary to the Departmental Safety Committee
organisers of the local supporters club
information about published Technical Reports (See also the WWW information)
management of the WWW server itself (rather than the data it serves)
Internal addresses for members of the department only
Please make the message a simple plain text object (no html, no attachments). If you would like to include an attachment, put it on the web and include a link in your message.
Help with problems relating to computing systems, other than those running Windows. These addresses should be used for any system related problems. Please include full information, e.g. on which machine the command was run, what the command argument was, whether anything has been changed recently, etc.
- win-admin Help with problems relating to Lab-managed Windows systems, including the Windows Terminal Server systems. Again, full details of the problem should be included in any mail.
Used by members for private communications.
- research-students, students-acs, students-part1a, students-part1a-cst, students-part1a-other, students-part1b, students-part2, students-part3, students-all (includes both undergraduate and postgraduate students), students-grad (research and ACS students), students-ugrad (all undergraduate students). Used by staff members to pass on relevant information, and by list members for 'private' communication.
Management of DNS information
accounts dept assistant
All people working in Building Services and Stores
Stores Manager and Building Services
All assistant staff (secretariat, technician, building-services and stores)
The Departmental Building Service Manager
The Departmental Building Services
The Chief Secretary and personal Assistant to the Head of Department
The Departmental Disability Coordinator
The Departmental Environmental Coordinator
Departmental First Aiders
Head of Department
use when things need moving
use when machines need moving
management of the CL network
for members of staff to report their absence
The Departmental Personnel Officer
used to report any problems with phtocopiers
used to report any problems with printers
Managers of the Intel lab MCS machines, e.g. for reporting machine and printing problems
Departmental Reception Desk
Secretariat comprising of Reception staff, chief-secretary, student-admin and accounts
the Secretaries who manage Reception
The Senior Secretary managing Reception Staff
The Departmental Stores Manager
Administration of taught courses
The Departmental technician
Any requests or problems relating to telephones
Administration of University Cards
Administration of user accounts
- building-users (moderated)
Everyone in the building. Used to send significant building notices, like closures, possible obstructions, work going on in the building, etc.
- teaching-research (moderated)
All Laboratory Staff and Research Students. Used for notices about seminars, hints about possible grants/prizes, changes to Laboratory systems, etc.
- wednesday (moderated)
This list is all members of staff. It should only be used by members.