To be able to log in to Nextcloud, the same login data must be used as in the physics network. It is important to only use the username itself without the @physik... appendix. (Note: As a rule of thumb, the physics username consists of the first letter of the first name followed by the last name). The Nextcloud password is the corresponding password of the physics account.
Password: Password of the physics account
Very important: Do not open the e-mail! Do not open attachments either! Do not forward the e-mail, except to us(email@example.com).
Please move the mail to the spam/junk folder to train our spam filter. If the folder does not exist, it may need to be created. This can be done as follows:
The web interface can be accessed via https://mail.physik.uni-bielefeld.de/roundcube/. The spam folder may appear there as a junk folder. If neither a spam nor a junk folder is displayed, it can be created as follows:
It is sufficient to create the folder only once, as the folders are synchronised between the web interface and the email client (Thunderbird).
If you have received a suspicious email in which someone pretends to be someone you know and asks you to buy them gift cards, it is most likely a so-called gift card scam. Such emails usually start with sentences like "Hello, are you there?".
In this case, please inform us immediately (and do not comply with the request in the email!).
Generally, we as Physics IT do not issue keys for Mathematica.
For the use of Mathematica in teaching (e.g. for lectures), the departmental student representative committee has a pool of licences that are issued exclusively to students for use in teaching. All you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, degree programme, subject related semester and the name of the lecture for which the Mathematica licence is required.
For the use of Mathematica in research (e.g. in working groups or as part of Bachelor's/Master's theses), we have created separate instructions explaining how to set up the department.
Alternatively, Mathematica can also be used via the JupyterHub, regardless of the intended use. This works as follows:
Please ask the person on your floor/area who is responsible for technical issues first.
If the relevant staff people are also unable to help out, you are welcome to send us an email to email@example.com with a description of your problem. Please state the conditions under which your problem occurs and what steps may be necessary to reproduce it.
It is also quite possible that your problem will be mentioned in one of our guides.