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Email and Calendar

Current faculty, staff, and students receive a free email account and access to a web-based Stanford calendar.


Office 365

Current faculty, staff, graduate students, and new incoming undergraduate students receive a free email account on Microsoft Exchange online.

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G Suite

Current undergraduate students plus some schools and departments use G Suite (formerly Google Apps) to access their email and calendar.

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Change account settings, reset your password, and maintain directory and emergency contact information. Note: Students use to enter or change contact information.

Forward your email

Forward your email to another email address.

Visit Accounts to forward from O365Forward from Gmail

Set vacation message

Set an autoreply message while you're away.

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Create email aliases

Create one or two aliases to use as alternate Stanford email addresses.

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Sending emails to mailing lists or through third-party bulk mail platforms is common method of email communication at Stanford.

Mailing list service

Mailing lists are free and can help facilitate email communication within your campus groups.

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Class email lists

Use class email lists to easily send announcements to everyone associated with a course.

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Bulk mail platforms

To send emails from the "" domain through third-party email marketing platforms, e.g., Mailchimp, Marketo, or Emma, you must complete the domain authentication process.

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Shared Email

The Shared Email service is typically used by departments that need a general email address, by student organizations to share information, and by workgroups to collaborate with co-workers.

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Email virtual domain

Vanity email domain forwarding for Stanford departments and groups.

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You need to have a SUNet ID before you can sponsor an email account at Stanford.

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Sponsor a SUNet ID account and email, or email service for a department or function.

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Learn about anti-virus and anti-spam measures built into Stanford's mail system and how to send and receive secure email.

Virus, spam, and phishing

All the tools you need to help protect you against viruses, spam, and phishing.

Anti-Virus GatewayAnti-SpamAnatomy of a Phishing Email

Email and data security

What are the risk classifications of your data?

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Secure Email

Designed for faculty and staff who need to use email to send Moderate or High risk data.

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Bypassing Stanford email infrastructure

Make sure your servers meet certain minimum standards of security and upkeep.

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Routing through SMTP relays

Simple configurations to help you quickly set up a secure email connection.

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Configuring your EC2 or SES service for sending email

Follow best practices to configure your EC2 or SES service for sending email.

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What to do with your email after you leave Stanford.

Email after Stanford

Leaving Stanford? Forward and save your email.

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