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Webmail (also known as "Outlook Web Access") is available on any computer with an Internet connection and web browser. Webmail works with all current web browsers. If Webmail does not have the features desired, Microsoft Outlook is our recommended email client software.

The recommended configurations below will work on-and off-campus. We provide step-by-step instructions on how to set up your account. For email settings related to IMAPS or SMTPS, please see Email Advanced Features.

How To:

Outlook 2010

Outlook 2013

Mail (10.7 and 8)

Mail (10.6)

Outlook 2011 Mac


Windows Mobile

Other Clients

Blackberry Smartphones
Do not support Exchange ActiveSync and will not provide full access to the email and calendaring system. Instead, you may use the POP, IMAP and SMTPS instructions on Other Client Configs.

Android (DROID) Phones
Accounts are configured using the server settings on Instructions for the server settings are listed on Other Client Configs. You will need to locate Settings -> Accounts and Sync -> and either Active Sync, Corporate Sync or Microsoft Exchange as the account type.

Common Problems:

You may add multiple email accounts to Microsoft Outlook. We can support configuration for SPU accounts but are not able to troubleshoot other email configurations.

These instructions require Outlook 2007 or 2010 (which is part of Office Suite) and all Office and Windows service packs installed.

Email messages sent to more than 1,500 unique recepients will not be delivered.

Last Updated: 11/27/2012