Current faculty, staff, graduate students, and new incoming undergraduate students receive a free @stanford.edu email account on Microsoft Exchange online.
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Current undergraduate students plus some schools and departments use G Suite (formerly Google Apps) to access their @stanford.edu email and calendar.
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Change account settings, reset your password, and maintain directory and emergency contact information. Note: Students use axess.stanford.edu to enter or change contact information.
Mailing lists are an everyday part of Stanford email life. Learn more about starting your own.
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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The Stanford email team can ensure that your email message is delivered successfully to Stanford email addresses.
Learn more about bulk email services
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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Learn about anti-virus and anti-spam measures built into Stanford's mail system and how to send and receive secure email.
Email and data security
What are the risk classifications of your data?
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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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