Cornell's commitment to privacy has not changed as a consequence of offering Google Workspace, a cloud-based service.
As with all decisions that Cornell makes regarding information technologies, privacy and security are key elements. In addition, Cornell remains committed to freedom of...Read more
December 2022, May 2023, and August 2023 graduates: Your Cornell Google Services will end November 2023. You can continue to use your Cornell email address with Microsoft Office 365 email ( outlook.cornell.edu ). Learn about...Read more
Messages classified as unsafe (viruses and malware) are not delivered, period.
Messages classified as spam are placed in your account's Office 365 Junk Email folder. For...Read more
When an email user has set up forwarding from an Office 365 account to an external address (typically set through Outlook on the web ), Outlook on the web displays an alert every time the user accesses the account. The Alert icon in the toolbar (the...Read more
But we recognize that some people really want to. Here's how to set up your Google Workspace (formerly G Suite)...Read more
This article pertains to alumni who graduated on or before August 2022, and already have a Cornell-sponsored Gmail account . This service was formerly known as Cmail. (Alumni graduating in December of 2022 and forward will transition from Gmail to Office 365...Read more
G Suite accounts (previously known as Cmail) for undergraduates are set to route all messages directly to the G Suite account address.
If you have never used G Suite before, you should Change Your NetID Password...Read more
Have you ever seen warning like the one shown here?
It may have made you wonder if someone was sending you forged email. You should always be on your guard, but there can also be an innocent explanation.
Every message has a complex set of headers that convey information...Read more
Sign in to Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) at
Google Workspace sign-in uses Cornell login . Your email address is your NetID@cornell.edu ...Read more