University of Oregon

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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  • A list owner can set their own spam filtering options for the individual list. The UO spam filtering system, ProofPoint, will generally filter out unwanted messages, and good subscriber management...
  • The Privacy Options affect who can see the list, post to the list, and view list information. To hide the list, set advertised to 'No'. subscribe_policy should be set to 'Require Approval' or '...
  • This video shows how to configure Microsoft Outlook 2010. For text based, step-by-step instructions, see Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2010.
  • Eight Windows PCs, two scanners (flatbed and slide) and a networked printer. Teleconference hardware is available in adjacent conference room.
  • This video provides instructions on how to set spam preferences in Proofpoint. For more information, contact the Information Services Technology Service Desk.
  • If you have an address or domain that is being blocked by Proofpoint, and you'd like to receive email from that address or domain, follow the steps below to allow delivery of email from those...
  •   Text instructions for managing your email forward can be found at https://it.uoregon.edu/faq/how-can-i-forward-my-e-mails-another-account. For more information about email forwarding, please...
  • This video shows how to set up IMAP email on an iPhone. The instructions also apply to iPads and iPod Touches. For text-based step-by-step directions, see Configuring iOS Mail.
  • This video shows you the basics of how to use the UO Webmail System (using the classic skin).   NOTE: If you are an Exchange user, visit outlook.uoregon.edu to read your email. If you don't...
  • This guide will provide information on how to use Microsoft Outlook 2010 (Windows) or Outlook 2011 for Macintosh. General Information Microsoft offers a vast array of help and how-to guides, see...
  • Quick-start checklist Claim your Duck ID If you haven't already claimed your Duck ID, this step is critical! You'll use your Duck ID for email, wireless, Canvas, and other UO online services...
  • In Exchange 2013, you can now change your own profile picture! This is the photo that other Exchange users see on email messages from you. You may already have a profile picture in Exchange, or there...
  • Note: If you are using Outlook in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange, as is the case with many faculty and staff, see Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Mac When using Outlook 2011 for the first time,...
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