Get email@example.com for free and enjoy:
- No advertising on webmail
- 30 GB of storage for your emails, documents, and photos
- Easy access from any computer anywhere:
- From any computer using the user-friendly web interface
- From your home computer using a desktop client (e.g. Microsoft Outlook)
- From your smartphone and tablet
- Instant messaging with Google Hangout
- Excellent spam filtering
- 25 MB attachment limit, or up to 10 GB via Google Drive
- Work from anywhere with Google Docs
- Stay organized with Google Calendar
- Personalize your start page with news feeds and widgets
- Create filters, automatic message forwarding and subfolders to manage your mail
- Integrate with existing GMail accounts
|30 GB of storage, accessible anywhere
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|Includes other Google Services, such as Google Docs and Calendar
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Some other things you should know:
Alumni Affairs has taken advantage of Google's Apps for Education in order to offer this service. In many ways, an alumni e-mail account is similar to an ordinary Gmail account, with two key differences:
- No advertising!
- Instead of having your address end in @gmail.com, you'll have @alumni.utoronto.ca.
This is an opt-in service to alumni who wish to retain a university e-mail connection. Over 2,000 graduates are already using it regularly. Your e-mail will be stored on Google-owned servers, and kept private from the University of Toronto and Google. Your inbox can be accessed by you either from a desktop e-mail client like Outlook, or via Google's webmail service from any internet-enabled computer, or from your mobile device, such as an iPhone or BlackBerry.
What do I do with my old @utoronto.ca account?
are asked upon graduation to set up their old student address as a
forwarding address. The department responsible for maintaining the
University's e-mail servers (Computing & Networking Services) is
who are still actively using their utoronto address to switch it to
forwarding instead. Where you decide to forward your @utoronto.ca
address is up to you, but forwarding it to your alumni e-mail account will ensure that no mail is lost in the shuffle.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I have other questions. Are there other places to look for help?
Yes. Google has extensive help resources for users. You can find more information about how to use this email service at their Help Centre
. This resource can answer all your technical questions. For policy questions, or questions relating to the University of Toronto, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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