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This page outlines the E-mail options available at UMIACS and provides links to getting various clients connected.
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This page outlines the E-mail offering that UMIACS provides.
  
 
==UMIACS E-mail Offerings==
 
==UMIACS E-mail Offerings==
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==How do I know where my E-mail is being sent?==
 
==How do I know where my E-mail is being sent?==
You can verify your current E-mail preferences through our [https://intranet.umiacs.umd.edu/directory/info Directory Profile] Tool.
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You can verify your current E-mail preference through our [https://intranet.umiacs.umd.edu/directory/info Directory Profile Tool].
  
 
==Spam Firewalls==
 
==Spam Firewalls==
 
UMIACS has deployed spam firewalls into our mail infrastructure to provide additional virus and spam filtering capabilities.  <br/>
 
UMIACS has deployed spam firewalls into our mail infrastructure to provide additional virus and spam filtering capabilities.  <br/>
 
For more information and to learn how to interact with your spam quarantine, please see the [[Email/Barracuda | Spam firewall page]].
 
For more information and to learn how to interact with your spam quarantine, please see the [[Email/Barracuda | Spam firewall page]].

Revision as of 19:04, 1 July 2020

This page outlines the E-mail offering that UMIACS provides.

UMIACS E-mail Offerings

A UMIACS account includes a username@umiacs.umd.edu e-mail address. If you are a University of Maryland employee, this is required to forward to your directoryid@umd.edu e-mail address. If you are not a University of Maryland employee, you can forward this address to an external email provider. (e.g. gmail, yahoo, etc.)

How do I know where my E-mail is being sent?

You can verify your current E-mail preference through our Directory Profile Tool.

Spam Firewalls

UMIACS has deployed spam firewalls into our mail infrastructure to provide additional virus and spam filtering capabilities.
For more information and to learn how to interact with your spam quarantine, please see the Spam firewall page.