Email & Calendar
Outlook on the Web can be used by anyone whose account is on Microsoft's Office 365 service.
You can choose to use Outlook on the Web exclusively. Or you can use it when you're away from your own computer, and use another email application, such as Outlook or Apple Mail, the rest of...Read more
Outlook 2011 for Mac is an older email and calendar application used by Cornell faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students. Microsoft no longer distributes Outlook 2011 and has announced that support will end in 2017. The IT Service Desk will support Outlook 2011 through March 2017...Read more
An e-list is a way to communicate with a number of people through a single email address. Whenever someone sends a message to an e-list address, that message goes out to everyone subscribed to the list.
Participation in e-lists hosted by CIT is free; there are no subscription fees for...Read more
The NetID is the unique electronic identifier, in which the password permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information.
NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to more than one individual; if you leave the university and return at a later...Read more
Outlook 2016 for Windows is an email and calendar application used by Cornell faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students. It is one of the applications in Microsoft Office 2016.
Outlook 2016 for Windows is free for faculty, staff, and students; see the download link in the...Read more
CIT uses a tool called PureMessage to help keep unwanted messages out of your email's Inbox. PureMessage does two things:It prevents virus-infected email from reaching your computer. It looks for spam-like characteristics in all messages and for each message, assigns a probability that...Read more