Your DOE e-mail account
Mr. Conrad will be glad to help you get your NYCDOE Outlook Webmail account running, with a password you can remember (oh, really?) and hopefully, all your classroom desktops up and running, with internet and printer connections.
However, if you’re feeling ambitious, here’s a link to the NYCDOE site that lets you change your own password, so you don’t have to wait for help.
and here following, are some ideas to help your writer’s block when it’s time to make up a new one (the DOE system asks you to do this 4 times a year!).
your new password will not be accepted by the Outlook system, unless it has:
- minimum of 6 characters
- at least one is a numeral
- at least one is a symbol (@#$%&?!)
- upper and lower-case letters
if you find it hard to remember a password like this → 6!a5G@6 ← you can make up one like these below:
Jama1c@ : change the letter i to a numeral 1 and one letter a to an @
Je$$1c@ : $ for an s, the letter i to a numeral 1 and the letter a is an @
G0tmilk? : the letter o is a zero, plus it has a ? mark
Choc0l@te : a zero and an @
St@ten1 : an @ and a numeral 1
Pr1ngle$ : a numeral 1 and a $
B$ktb11 : two of the numeral 1 and a $ (no vowels)
Use a date: 4thJu!y : the L is an ! mark
a city: 8rk!yN : the B is really a number 8 and the L is a ! mark