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Beginning this summer, CIT will launch an initiative to significantly improve email security at Cornell by implementing Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance ("DMARC") at Cornell. Cornell users who send bulk emails (such as, but not limited to, e-newsletters or…
See Google's Out of office or vacation reply help page.
How are Gmail and Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) different? Google Workspace 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 your Google Workspace account.  Your own personal Gmail account will also…
Students who are about to graduate should refer to What Happens After You Graduate? for information about your email, email forwarding, as well as other Cornell services you may need to consider. Microsoft Office 365 Alumni who gr
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.
Sign in to Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) at Google Workspace sign-in uses Cornell login. Your email address is your address and your password is the one you use with your NetID to sign in to other Cornell services. In addition, students, faculty, and…
We strongly recommend that you work with your Cornell Workspace (formerly G Suite) email using Google's web interface at This method requires no setup and, as long as you keep your browser up to date, will require no maintenance on your part. We recognize that some users may…
We strongly recommend that you work with your Cornell Google Workspace email using Google's web interface at Using Apple Mail is not as good. However, if you choose to view your messages through Apple Mail, see below.
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 expression…
Possibly. It depends on your role and status at Cornell.
Once you have a NetID, people can email you using the form For example, if your NetID is dxl404, people can email you at This is how your electronic mail address is listed in the Cornell Electronic Directory. You can use your email account as soon as your…
No, not while you are a student. All students have Google Workspace accounts; all official university communications are sent to this address. You can choose to access your messages through another email app (if you don't like Google's interface).
Google Workspace (previously known as G Suite) 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…
Yes. Because Google Workspace (previously know as G Suite) services are hosted outside of Cornell's networks, using them counts toward the amount of off-campus (Internet) traffic that each student is given each month. The usage of most students is far below that threshold each month.
Open the message. Click the small, downward-facing arrow next to the Reply arrow icon near the top right of the message window, just under the Subject of the message. Select Show original. A separate window will open, showing a few summary rows at the top, then the complete message below. If you…
Cornell offers two options for email platforms: Outlook through Microsoft 365 and Gmail through Google Workspace.
Implementing Salesforce Marketing Cloud as Cornell’s enterprise mass communication and marketing platform will involve a multi-year effort through multiple roll-out phases. Approval has been given by senior leadership to proceed with Phases One and Two of the plan.
PeopleSoft produces several types of email:
We recommend that you use Microsoft's Outlook App for iOS rather than iOS's native app. See Microsoft's Outlook App for iOS Mobile support page for download and setup instructions.
What is spam?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 students, this means the spam never gets as far as your Office 365 or Google Workspace Inbox.

At Cornell we value your privacy. To view
our university's privacy practices, including
information use and third parties, visit University Privacy.