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# '''What will happen with emails stored at UMIACS after June 30th 2020?'''
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# '''What will happen with emails stored at UMIACS after June 30th 2020?''' - We will be archiving all user mailboxes  
We will be archiving all user mailboxes  
 
  
# '''What if I forward my email to another service, will I be impacted?'''
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# '''What if I forward my email to another service, will I be impacted?''' - Users with accounts in UMIACS that can be identified as having an appointment at the University of Maryland will be required to have their UMIACS Email forward point to their @umd.edu email address by June 30th 2020.  Users without an appointment at the University of Maryland will be allowed to forward their email to an address of their choosing.
Users with accounts in UMIACS that can be identified as having an appointment at the University of Maryland will be required to have their UMIACS Email forward point to their @umd.edu email address by June 30th 2020.  Users without an appointment at the University of Maryland will be allowed to forward their email to an address of their choosing.
 

Revision as of 20:02, 27 April 2020

UMIACS will be winding down its mailbox Email services by June 30th 2020. This includes both our Exchange and IMAP service offerings.

FAQ

  1. What will happen with emails stored at UMIACS after June 30th 2020? - We will be archiving all user mailboxes
  1. What if I forward my email to another service, will I be impacted? - Users with accounts in UMIACS that can be identified as having an appointment at the University of Maryland will be required to have their UMIACS Email forward point to their @umd.edu email address by June 30th 2020. Users without an appointment at the University of Maryland will be allowed to forward their email to an address of their choosing.