When you open a web page protected by CUWebLogin, the CUWebLogin dialog will appear. Fill in your NetID (just the letters and numbers, without "@cornell.edu") and password, then click the Login button or press the Enter key.
As soon as you are logged in,...Read more
Two-Step Login adds an extra layer of security for your Cornell NetID and password by requiring:something you know (your NetID and your password), plus something you have (a physical device, like your phone)
This is called...Read more
G Suite (previously known as Cmail) users can change their display name (your name as seen by people to whom you send email). If you want to edit your display name, or if you are seeing an incorrect name and want to fix it, walk through the procedures listed below. Your name can be set in...Read more
If you choose to forward your email, you do so at your own risk.
Everything on this page could be placed in boxes with exclamation points and other attention-getting devices. But, at a bare minimum, please read this: If you choose to forward your email, you do...Read more
Faculty, staff, graduate and professional students, and retirees are given Office 365 (Exchange) email accounts. By default, you access these accounts through an email client like Outlook, Apple Mail, or Outlook on the Web.
Undergraduates and alumni are given G Suite email...Read more
This article distinguishes between email servers and email programs (email programs are also called email clients or apps ). Cornell's email server is Exchange 2010 from Microsoft. Email clients are programs such as Outlook...Read more
Spam makes up more than two-thirds of all email traffic. Every email in the world passes through a gauntlet of junk mail / spam filters designed to protect recipients from all that spam.
With so much complexity, it’s inevitable that the occasional message will be misjudged. Take these...Read more