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  • UMail will be retired in 2019 as it has reach end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Graduate students can switch to Google Mail in spring 2019. Faculty and staff will receive additional information in summer/fall 2019. Note: These instructions follow the version of the software noted above...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. These instructions describe how to set up UMail on Microsoft Outlook...
  • To change the way Exchange displays your sender name, simply change your preferred/chosen name in SPIRE. Log in to SPIRE. Go to SPIRE Main Menu > My Personal Information > Names and click Edit next to the Pref./Chosen name. Next, enter your new preferred/chosen first name and...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Clean Up Your UMail Account When your UMail account is over quota, you...
  • Use the instructions below to configure UMass Amherst Exchange email and calendaring in Apple Mail and Calendar. We support the latest versions of Apple Mail and Calendar for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).  Note: In previous versions of OS X, some items have different names (e.g., in OS X 10.8, ...
  • If you are new to Microsoft Outlook 2010 or you are installing Outlook on a new computer (without migrating any local data from your old computer), the Automatic account configuration feature will start the first time you open Outlook 2010 and help you configure your UMass Amherst Exchange email...
  • If you are new to Microsoft Outlook 2011 or you are installing Outlook on a new computer (without migrating any local data from your old computer), the Automatic account configuration feature will start the first time you open Outlook 2011 and help you configure your UMass Amherst Exchange email...
  • Start Outlook 2013. If you have used an earlier version of Outlook on your computer before, when you upgrade to 2013 your accounts will automatically be configured. If you have used Outlook for another email account and would like to add your UMass Amherst Exchange account, you can access the...
  • Note: These instructions are for Outlook 2016 on Windows only. For other versions, there may be some variation, but the information below should serve as a guide to get you started. To identify the version of your software, look for the About link in the software's main menu or Help menu. Connect...
  • Note: These instructions are for Outlook 2016 on Windows only. For other versions, there may be some variation, but the information below should serve as a guide to get you started. To identify the version of your software, look for the About link in the software's main menu or Help menu. Please...
  • As of Fall 2013, undergraduates use Apps at UMass Amherst for their UMass Amherst email. Use these instructions to access UMail on Android mobile devices. Note: UMass Amherst IT currently offers limited support for mobile devices.  From the Home screen, press Email icon. The Email menu will open...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Use these instructions to access UMail on devices that use iOS, such as...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions are for Mac OS X version 10.8. For previous...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions are for Mac OS X version 10.9 Mavericks. For...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions follow the version of the software noted above...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions follow the version of the software noted above...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions follow the latest version of the software...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions follow the latest version of the software...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions are for Outlook 2016 (Macintosh) only. For...
  • UMail will be retired in early 2020 as it has reached end-of-life and will no longer be supported. Faculty and staff using UMail will receive additional information as migrations to Google Mail and Microsoft Exchange continue. Note: These instructions are for Outlook 2016 (Windows) only. For other...

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