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Email

Email, short for electronic mail, is a method of exchanging digital messages across the Internet. University of Oregon students, faculty, and staff are provided free email accounts.

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  • This page covers e-mail basics. If you are faculty or staff, check with your local computer support group for help setting up an e-mail client.  The university has a policy regarding email...
  • University students, faculty, and staff can get help in four ways: In Person Our staff is available Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm to answer questions in person. We are closed for official state...
  • Use the links below for various e-mail or password management functions. Duck ID Passwords Change or reset your Duck ID password How to add alternate password recovery information Mail Forwarding...
  • Mailman is software for managing electronic mail discussion and e-newsletter lists. Mailman is integrated with the web, making it easy for users to manage their accounts and for list owners to...
  • For step-by-step directions on how to configure your email program, select your program: iOS Mail (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) (For students) Android E-mail Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Mac...
  • Mailing lists allow a large number of people to easily share e-mail with one another. This process is managed by a mailing list management program. All e-mail messages are sent to this central...
  • Webmail is a great way to read your University of Oregon e-mail using a web browser from any computer. Because it's similar to other webmail services such as Google and Yahoo it's the fastest to...
  • The Information Services Tech Desk is committed to supporting University-affiliated students, faculty and staff with their computing needs. We are located in 151 McKenzie Hall, and our hours of...
  • Research Faculty, Staff and Adminstrative Units Research faculty, staff and administrative units may use UO Docs to do large file sharing. However, UO Docs licensing is limited and restricted to...
  • To help get you started with Webmail, here are some basic functions: NOTE: If you are an Exchange user, visit outlook.uoregon.edu to read your email. If you don't know whether you use Exchange,...
  • What is POP? POP is short for Post Office Protocol. POP is one method used by e-mail programs to retrieve e-mail from the server. The important feature of POP is that when you retrieve your mail,...
  • If you are an Exchange user, visit https://outlook.uoregon.edu to read your email. If you don't know whether you use Exchange, see How do I know if my email uses Exchange or IMAP? Did you know?...
  • IMAP, POP and SMTP Settings This list of settings is for advanced users who know how to configure email software and simply need the university-specific server information. POP: pop.uoregon.edu...
  • ResNet is the internet and computer service provided to residents living in University Housing. This includes the Residence Halls, Grad Village, Agate Apartments, and Spencer View Apartments. Office...
  • Summary: This page describes the features of the UO Microsoft Exchange service including a service description, how to obtain the service and how to get support. What is UO Exchange? UO Exchange...
  • This page contains Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Entourage email program. What is Entourage and how does it work with Exchange? What is the Office Database, and how do I rebuild it...
  • To create a mailing list in  Mailman, go to https://lists.uoregon.edu/mailman/create. (You can also click on the 'Create A List' link from the home page on lists.uoregon.edu) Enter your DuckID...
  • To set up Exchange on your mobile device, use the following settings: Email address: <duckid>@uoregon.edu Server: sync.uoregon.edu Domain: ad.uoregon.edu On some phones, you may need...
  • To set up Mac Mail 6.x to work with UO's Exchange: Open Mail From the menu bar, click on Mail and select Preferences Click the + button to add an account In the Full...
  • Spam filtering is available to everyone with @uoregon.edu e-mail addresses. Basic spam filtering is turned on for new accounts automatically. However, you may want to adjust settings to best fit your...
  • This video shows you how to configure Mac Mail of Mac OSX 10.5 and 10.6. For text-based step-by-step directions, see Configuring Mac Mail for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6
  • Note: If you are using Outlook in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange, as is the case with many faculty and staff, please contact your local IT support for configuration directions. When using...
  • Each person using an @uoregon.edu address has a limited amount of storage space, referred to as a quota. Each user also has a limit on the number of files regardless of their size. As of December,...
  • This procedure applies to versions Mail 3 through Mail 6, which is available in Mac OS X 10.5 through 10.8. Open the Mail program to start the setup process. If the New Account process does not start...
  • Webmail provides a way to create custom email groups via the address book. This allows users to better manage emailing large groups of contacts on a frequent basis. Instead of having to add many...
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