You will find various facilities at your disposal in the Reception area:
The Computer Laboratory fax machine is located in room GC03.
The fax number is: +44 (0)1223 334678.
If people send you a fax to this number, the secretaries will put it in your Pigeonhole.
Directions for use:
- Dial 9, followed by the fax number you are sending to
- Place your sheet of paper face down AND upside down (i.e. you can't see what you are sending)
- Press the Start button to send
- After a few minutes you will receive a printed message from the fax machine telling you if your submission worked
- If you want to cancel sending after having pressed the Start button, press the Stop button twice
- You can then retry the whole procedure.
If you are not sure about the procedure, please ask the secretaries for help.
Directions for use:
- Turn on the machine and let it warm up. (The green light will come on when warm enough)
- Place your document in a plastic pouch (found on the shelf above the laminating machine)
- Then place the pouch in a cardboard sleeve (found on the shelf above the laminating machine)
- Press it by hand to make sure that there are no bubbles between the document and the pouch
- Let the document go slowly through the machine
- Turn off the machine when finished
Royal mail is delivered daily in the morning and is sorted into the pigeonholes (allocated to staff and PhD students) by the reception staff.
If you receive any post which required a signature, you will be informed by reception either by email or via your pigeonhole. Your post will be kept by reception until you come to collect it.
The free internal University mailing service (UMS) has collections twice a day Monday - Thursday (at 11:00 and 15:15). There is only one collection on Friday at 11:00.
All post (unless it is UMS post) is franked by the secretaries.
If you have personal mail you need sending, and do not have stamps, then the secretaries can frank your post too.
All franking for personal mail must be paid for at time of posting.
There is a post weighing machine which calculates 1st and 2nd class post, and post for overseas.
Letters and packets will be measured by the Royal Mail sizing guides, and charged accordingly.