New Server, New Domain.

As of 8pm, June 1, 2014, we made some internal changes to the Connect IN services to provide better long-term reliability and security.  One of these changes was a new domain name along with new IP address.  To further reflect changing from the AccessPoint service to Connect IN, the support blog (and alternative webmail sites) can now be found at connect.lib.in.us.  If you experience any issues that might be due to this transition, please contact the Connect IN Helpdesk.

Update: There may be an issue where Outlook and iPhone users’ settings might not be working properly.  The settings can be changed to reflect the new domain as shown in Configuring Your Mail Client.  If SSL is used, the new certificate may need to be accepted before being able to send or receive email.

AccessPoint, revised.

Welcome to the next step in our revision of AccessPoint:  WordPress.

WordPress is one of the most well-known content management systems on the Internet today, with many already-existing options and plugins to customize your site.  It was originally designed to be a blog, but standard web pages can be designed fairly easily to allow for a more modern mix of the two styles.  The Indiana State Library will be assisting you to recreate your site with WordPress soon.

We are also not forgetting Email.  At the moment, we are currently testing AfterLogic.

AfterLogic brings AccessPoint webmail back to this decade with an intuitive, easy to use interface.  Contacts must be exported from SquirrelMail, though, and imported into AfterLogic.  Users who prefer SquirrelMail need not fret, however, as we will continue to provide the old interface as well.  To try out the new interface, just add /webmail to your web address, such as:

connect.lib.in.us/webmail

Please send any questions about AccessPoint via the following: