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I: Drive Going Away

OneDrive provides more than 14,000 times the file storage and can be access anywhere, on any device

 

In order to provide better collaboration with the Office 365 tools, the University is beginning to decommission the I: Drive. On Monday, June 1, 2020, the I: Drive became read only and it is no longer possible to update existing files or save any new files to the drive. 


In place of the 350 MB I: Drive UNF faculty and staff now have access to OneDrive which provides 5 Terabytes (5,000,000 MB) of cloud-based space. In addition, OneDrive can be used anywhere, on any device and enables you to easily store and share files with colleagues.

Faculty and staff currently using the I: Drive should copy over any existing files from the I: Drive to their OneDrive account. If you are working remotely it is recommended to remote into your desktop to access the I: Drive and copy your files over.   

On September 9, 2020 the I: Drive will be decommissioned permanently. 

June 1

I: Drive files became read only

On June 1, 2020, the I: Drive became read only and it is no longer possible to save new files to it or update existing files. Faculty and staff currently using the I: Drive should copy over any existing files from the I: Drive to their OneDrive account. 
September 9

I: Drive is decommissioned

On Wednesday, September 9 the I: Drive will be decommissioned permanently. Files remaining in the I: Drive can no longer be accessed.
OneDrive

Accessing OneDrive

OneDrive can be used anywhere, on any device and enables you to easily store and share files with colleagues. OneDrive also allows users to synchronize files between the cloud and a local folder.  Learn how to access OneDrive from any computer, laptop or mobile device. OneDrive's Smart Sync works to save space on your local device.
Idrive moving to OneDrive

Moving files from I: Drive to OneDrive

Identify your operating system below and review the steps needed to relocate files and folders saved in the UNF I: Drive to Microsoft OneDrive.

 

Email Archive

Email Archives

Can I use OneDrive to AutoArchive my Outlook files?  

UNF provides employees with 100 gigabytes (GB) of email storage through their Office 365 account so you no longer need to archive your emails to .pst files.

 

Once I move my previous archives to OneDrive can I still access them in Outlook?

If you need to access email archives stored in OneDrive first move the archives (.pst) to your local machine before opening them in Outlook. Do not open your archives in Outlook from cloud storage which can result in a corrupt data file. After moving your archives to your local machine follow these steps to import your Outlook .pst file