We are pleased to announce that the service disruption affecting nhs.net recipients has been RESOLVED.
No failures have been observed since the NHS Helpdesk provided confirmation that a fix had been implemented.
If you have any questions on the back of this notification, please contact the CJSM Helpdesk on 0207 604 5598 or via email email@example.com.
After listening to feedback from our users we are happy to announce the introduction of a new feature, notifications for SHARED webmail boxes.
Organisation Administrators will now have the ability to set a non-secure e-mail address which will receive an e-mail notification (from firstname.lastname@example.org) each time a secure e-mail is delivered to a CJSM shared mailbox.
To add a non-secure address to receive notifications, the Organisation Administrator should take the following steps:
NAVIGATE TO ADMINISTRATION > SHARED MAILBOXES
PRESS THE THREE VERTICAL DOTS TO THE RIGHT-HAND SIDE OF THE SHARED MAILBOX
PRESS EDIT > DETAILS > NOTIFICATION E-MAIL ADDRESS
UNDER NOTIFICAITON EMAIL ADDRESS INSERT THE DESIRED E-MAIL ADDRESS
If you have any questions regarding this new feature, please contact the CJSM Helpdesk on 0207 604 5598 or via email email@example.com.
On 1/4/2021 there were changes to some government email addresses. Please note that this change will not impact your existing CJSM account. However, you may experience issues sending to certain gov.uk destinations.
Emails to addresses containing the following are likely not to be delivered:
Emails to addresses containing the following will not be delivered:
If you experience any delivery issues please reach out to the recipient and ask them to provide a new e-mail address.
If you have any questions on the back of this notification please contact the CJSM Helpdesk on 0207 604 5598 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are phishing attacks?
Phishing emails are designed to convince you into either handing over potentially sensitive information or downloading malicious software on to your machine. Some sophisticated phishing emails could even be designed to look like they are from CJSM.
What does a phishing email look like?
Phishing emails are designed to look as real as possible, and to the untrained eye can look more or less identical to an email from a trusted sender.
If you find the following features in an email from a seemingly reliable sender, it is often a hint that the email is a phishing attack:
Incorrect spelling and grammar / Name in the email address not matching the user details in the email body / An email received from an unknown sender or email address / An unexpected change to the look/ layout of an email.
Please note that all non-secure CJSM notifications will ALWAYS come from CJSM System email@example.com and will have a link to https://www.cjsm.net.
We are not aware of any CJSM related phishing attacks and no action is required on the back of this notice. The purpose of this notice is to provide information and ask everyone to remain vigilant against any potential spam e-mails or phishing attacks.
We strive to provide the highest levels of security and to keep your data safe at all times.
If you have any questions on the back of this notice please contact the CJSM Helpdesk on 0207 604 5598 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know that in the event that you ever forget your password, or you have enrolled in MFA* and lost your MFA device, a verified phone number can be used to send a recovery SMS to yourself which will allow you to regain access to your CJSM account.
To add a recovery phone number please follow the steps below:
1 - Login to your CJSM account. 2 - Click on the 'Administration' tab, you should then see the 'More' tab below logout. 3 - Click on the 'More' tab and then navigate to 'Account Details'. 4 - Click the 'Account Security' tab followed by 'Recovery Phone Number'. 5 - You should be able to enter your recovery number after providing your CJSM password.
When you successfully enter your recovery number a one-time verification code will be sent to your phone. Please note that your one-time code is only valid for 5 minutes, after this period a new code would need to be generated.
If you have any issues please contact the CJSM Helpdesk on 0207 604 5598 or via email email@example.com and we will be more than happy to help.
*Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a security system that requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify the user's identity for a login or other transaction.