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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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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?...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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
  • 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...
  • Each person using an @uoregon.edu address has a limited amount of storage space, which is referred to as a quota. Each user also has a limit on the number of files, regardless of their size. Each...
  • 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...
  • Most email is filtered without you ever being aware that it is actually happening. If one or two slip through and into your inbox, you can manually block the sender. Here are the simple steps to do...
  • 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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