My IT Services (MITS) is a web application that allows you to manage your NSID password and to manage or retrieve information for IT services accessed using your NSID username, such as e-mail and file storage services.
Change Your NSID Password
Within MITS you can easily change your NSID password. It is a good idea to change your password on a regular basis, every 6–12 month, to help keep it secure.
Synchronize Your NSID Password
On occasion you may be granted access to a new service that uses the NSID username and password for identification and authorization. If this happens it may be necessary to reset your password in MITS before the system will recognize that you have access to the service.
Reset your lost NSID password
Providing your mobile number, an alternate Email address or creating secret questions and answers in MITS will allow you to set a new NSID password if you forget it. To provide this information, click the mobile link in PAWS announcement channel.
Click on the "Forgot your password?" link on the PAWS login page or the MITS login page to reset your NSID password if you forget it.
When you supply your mobile number, it will also be used for emergency communications and designated targeted announcers can send text messages to you.
Review Your E-mail Summary
You can review a summary for your U of S e-mail service (@mail.usask.ca) that shows your quota and space usage, as well as the distribution of your e-mail messages by folder, for the 10 largest folders.
Forward Your E-mail
You can use MITS to easily forward your @mail.usask.ca e-mail address to another e-mail address that you check more frequently.
Please note: Email forwarding can cause serious Spam/Junk email errors so please forward your email only if necessary and, if you do forward, take precautions to ensure this forwarding does not trigger incorrect Spam/Junk mail notifications.
MITS also provides additional options, such as checking your quota for Folder/Cabinet and Homepage file storage. Depending on your role at the U of S, you may also be able to enable optional services through MITS.