Overview This document provides instructions for configuring email clients to use ITS's authenticated SMTP server (smtp.mail.umich.edu). This service is an alternative to using your regular mail account for correspondence with those whose university business needs are not met by the latter. Use smtp.mail.umich.edu for the outgoing (SMTP) mail server and use SSL for authentication.
Overview This document provides access instructions for the ITS Exchange Email and Calendar service using an IMAP email client. For maximum benefit from your Exchange account, use the Outlook client on Windows and Mac computers.
Overview When you are not on campus—at home, for example, or traveling—there are several ways to connect your Windows computer to your ITS Exchange account. This document explains the methods, provides pros and cons, and cites links to related information. Tip These methods also work on campus.
Information for accessing your ITS Exchange account using Apple's Mail and iCal.
Information on using an iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with the ITS Exchange Service.
How to connect Android to the ITS Exchange service.
How to set up Microsoft Outlook and access your Exchange account on Windows.
This document explains how to use forwarding addresses in the MCommunity Directory to have email that is sent to your @umich.edu address forwarded to any email account you choose.
Overview ITS offers a mail relay service that will relay mail on behalf of other machines, devices, and applications that are unable to use authenticated SMTP for sending mail. This document outlines the guidelines for using that service and provides a form that departments can fill out to register their IP addresses to use the service. Note: The registration form is available online.
You have a number of options available in your U-M Gmail to help you reduce unwanted email. You can block mail from particular addresses, mute an email conversation, report spam, and use a filter to automatically delete, report, or file messages. Similar options are available to Michigan Medicine Exchange Outlook users.