How to Change your Password BEFORE it Expires

Remember that changing your network password will require you to re-enter your new password for email from your phone, home PC or laptop with Outlook.

For help on how to change your password on your phone/mobile device use these links to helpful online articles:
Apple, Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile.

Changing  your password on your PC in the office.

Windows  XP and Windows 7:

  1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to bring up the Windows Security dialog box
  2. Click Change Password to get to the Change Password dialog box
  3. Input your current password into the Old Password text box
  4. Input the desired new password into the New Password text box and type  it again into the Confirm New Password text box.
  5. Click OK.

Your  password is now changed.


Changing your password through Outlook Web  Access

There are times when you need  to change the domain password, that could be when you are traveling or when  working remotely. Within the network there are many ways to change the  password, but from outside the network the options are limited. Outlook Web  Access offers an option to change the password through  the web.

To change your password within your Outlook Web Access page, click on Options on the upper right (or left  side panel  for older versions), then Settings on the left and Password icon in the ribbon.

You will be asked for your current password and then your new password twice.

OWA Password Change

Click  the Save button and that  will change your network/domain/email password.

New web site!

The new JustWorks web site is launching on the WordPress platform, with exciting opportunities for contributions from a broader spectrum of JustWorks people and a more effective channel for communicating with our customers about changes in the fastest moving industry the world has ever seen.

Web sites can now be collaboration tools accessible to, and editable by, non-technical people in any organization. The WordPress platform was originally developed to support bloggers but has now evolved into elegantly simple web publishing system that goes way beyond blogging. WordPress has a built in administration interface that allows non-web-savvy people to contribute new information and maintain existing web pages without fear of messing up the rest of the site. Different users can different access, allowing some to change the look and feel of the entire site in minutes and others only to add new articles to the News section, for instance.

Part of our intention when we embarked on this new web site was to develop our own understanding of this new paradigm in web design, so that we can bring that expertise to bear in helping our customers make the same transition when they want to. We have used our learning experience to create a new WordPress server template so that our customers can have their new WordPress web server up and running in hours instead of weeks – let us know if you’d like one added to your JustWorks solution.

Amongst many interactive features of a WordPress site is the ability to get feedback by allowing visitors to add comments to your site – so if you’d like to give us any feedback on our new site just scroll to the bottom and add your comments. Thanks!