Faculty & Staff Email
Standard faculty and staff email services are provided using Microsoft Exchange. More information >>
Common Tasks and Troubleshooting
- Finding addresses - IU addresses, other addresses, creating address books.
- Organizing email - Folders, filters, archiving, downloading.
- Problems sending or receiving email - Slow mail, missing mail, bounced mail, forwarding loops.
- Reading email - What system is my email on, configuring software, accessing email.
- Using attachments - Sending, viewing, downloading, and forwarding attachments.
IU offers all students email and other online communication services.
About Gmail, Umail & Imail
- Student Gmail - Powered by Google
- Student Umail & Student Imail - UITS is preparing to retire the Umail and Imail services, so users can no longer create new Umail or Imail accounts. Current users are not affected at this time, and will be given at least six months' notice before Umail or Imail are discontinued.)
I'm currently on Umail or Imail. Can I switch mail systems?
IU Southeast faculty and staff should not use Gmail, Umail, or Imail for official IU Southeast business.
Accessing your IU Southeast Email
Access your email account by clicking the Email link on the IU Southeast homepage or access your account directly via the web:
Exchange Web Access
If you need integrated messaging features such as a shared departmental calendar, an Exchange account may be appropriate. Exchange accounts are available for staff and faculty. For more, see Exchange accounts.
You may access your Exchange account as follows:
- You can reach your Exchange mail from anywhere by using the Outlook Web App (OWA) site.
- If you usually read mail from a desktop computer connected to the campus network, you can use Outlook with an Exchange account to manage your mail, calendar, meeting arrangements, resource reservations, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists. See Setting up Outlook 2010 or 2007 to read your IU Exchange mail.
- To configure an IMAP client program, such as Outlook Express, Entourage, or Thunderbird, to retrieve mail from the Exchange server, see Reading your Exchange mail using a desktop email client.
Learn how to spot suspicious email to prevent viruses or identity theft.
- Visit Stay Safe Online at Protect IU.