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  • Using G Suite (students)

    • Sign in to G Suite at gsuite.cornell.edu Your email address is your NetID@cornell.edu address and your password is the one you use with your NetID to sign in to other Cornell...
    • 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 information is relevant to faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
    • How are Gmail and G Suite different? G Suite includes Gmail and several other tools. While you can continue to use your own Gmail account if you like, it will be completely separate from...
    • We strongly recommend that you work with your Cornell G Suite email using Google's web interface at gsuite.cornell.edu. Using Apple Mail is not as good. However, if you choose to view your...
    • We strongly recommend that you work with your Cornell G Suite email using Google's web interface at gsuite.cornell.edu. This method requires no setup and, as long as you keep your browser up...
    • See Google's help page at http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=77702
    • Students (and former students in other roles at the university) can edit the way their name will appear in email messages and other campus systems.
    • You can share the Google Docs associated with your G Suite for Students (formerly Cmail) account or your Cornell G Suite (faculty/staff) account in a number of ways. Each document can be...
    • The IT Security Office strongly recommends that you turn on Google's 2-Step Verification for all Google activities, including G Suite. It is required for faculty and staff, but optional for...
    • See Google's Out of office or vacation reply help page.
    • If you are having problems with your email, one common diagnostic aid is a complete list of the message's headers. Headers show the path a message took to get from the sender to the recipient. The IT Service Desk or other technical support may ask you to provide a message's headers.