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The froshpeople seem to have gotten the hang of things already, but you old fogies who still use CubMail directly are in for a rude awakening. Over the last few weeks, CUIT has been shuffling your shit in preparation for the move to Columbia’s new Google-powered platform, LionMail, on July 31st. That’s tomorrow. To avoid adding one […]

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You Fancy, Huh?

Now that you’re all entered in the lottery in an attempt to snag one of the first thousand accounts of LionMail, take a look at these super secret screenshots of what it’ll look like….which is essentially the Gmail interface with the perk of a preloaded Columbia directory. It’ll make e-mailing faculty easier, but just make sure […]

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