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    • How can Cornell safeguard privacy for services provided by Google? Cornell's commitment to privacy has not changed as a consequence of offering G Suite.  As with all...
    • All alumni either already have a Cornell-sponsored Gmail account or can get a Cornell-sponsored Gmail account (G Suite for Education). This service was formerly known as Cmail. This...
    • Possibly. The Cornell Optional Email Alias service allows faculty, staff, and trustees to create a Cornell email address based on their name. That new address will take the form of an alias plus...
    • Short answer: no.
    • In July and August 2019, some changes were made to alumni email handling. These changes reduce the amount of infrastructure Cornell needs to devote to email, lowering demand on...
    • An increasing number of external email providers (like Google, AOL, Time-Warner, etc.) are using a policy (meant to stop fraudulent emails) that may prevent the delivery of forwarded messages.
    • Yes. Because G Suite (previously known as Cmail) services are hosted outside of Cornell's networks, using them counts toward the amount of off-campus (Internet) traffic that each student is given...
    • All undergraduate students receive a G Suite account (previously known as Cmail). Student employees who need to work with faculty/staff calendars can activate an Office 365 Exchange account for that purpose.
    • This page describes how alumni set their email delivery options. General information on email delivery can be found in our Delivery Options article. We recommend you read it. Thanks. 
    • This page describes how undergraduate students set their email delivery options. General information on email delivery can be found in the Delivery Options article.
    • As a graduate or professional student, your mail is delivered to two places: the student email system (G Suite) and the faculty/staff system (Office 365). You can read your mail in either location by logging into your preferred system.
    • This is the primary email system for students. Formerly known as Cmail, Google calls this G Suite for Education. At Cornell, it's now known as G Suite for Students. A related service is G Suite for Faculty and Staff.
    • Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and retirees can have email addressed to their Cornell address delivered or forwarded in a number of ways.
    • Once you have a NetID, people can email you using the form NetID@cornell.edu. For example, if your NetID is dxl404, people can email you at dxl404@cornell.edu. This is how your electronic mail...
    • From Merriam-Webster online: unsolicited, usually commercial email sent to a large number of addresses noun etymology: from a skit on "Monty Python's Flying...
    • All students (undergraduate, graduate students, and professional students) are automatically provisioned with G Suite (formerly known as Cmail) accounts. Alumni who had G Suite/Cmail ...