To read your University email, you must have:
- An active email account
- New Students/Faculty/Staff: Read about and activate your UDelNet account. (UD PIN required for account activation.)
- After activating your account, you may immediately access UD email.
- A program that allows you to read and send email
- The University of Delaware provides support and assistance for the email software listed below.
- You may use other email programs, but the University cannot provide assistance for them.
Software NOT requiring prior computer configuration Google Apps Mail - accessible through any Internet Web browser at http://googleapps.udel.edu
Google Apps help
Pine - an alternate mail client for Google Apps Mail
How to Use Pine
Central MS Exchange - For those Faculty/Staff on MS Exchange only, accessible through any Internet Web browser. See MS Exchange help Software requiring configuration on your computer/device Thunderbird mail Google Apps Mail: Configure PC or Mac email client for Google Apps mail Mac OS X mail Google Apps Mail: Configure Mac email client for Google Apps mail MS Outlook on Exchange How to use Microsoft Outlook with the Exchange server
(For those Faculty/Staff on MS Exchange only)
Smartphones Google Apps mail configuration
iPhone setup on MS Exchange (Faculty/Staff only)
Students may forward their UD mail to another email account; however, read these warnings.
Frequently requested email functions:Google Apps Mail
- Google Apps Home Google Apps FAQs
- Phone configurations with GoogleApps: iPhone, others
- Display Message headers (Choose Gmail)
- View/modify your Google Apps password (Login required).
- Forward Google Apps mail to another account (Login required).
- Display full email headers:
- Email safe practices
- Mailing lists on UD central systems
- Prepare email before an extended leave from campus
- Reduce SPAM
- Troubleshoot sending mail to Microsoft email accounts
- UD's Dropbox - to exchange files too large to send by email
- UD's P.O.Box - to send messages to lists of students (class rosters, major mailing lists, minor mailing lists, etc.)
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