Email (Students & Faculty/Staff)

Students

Students can access their Gmail on or off campus. Additional information on password requirements for logging in, as well as instructions for connecting a mobile device to student Gmail, can be found on the Gmail - Students help topic page.

Club subscriptions are managed through Fish 'R' Net. More detailed information on managing cub subscriptions can be found on the Opting Out of Club Mailing Lists help topic page.


Faculty/Staff

Faculty and staff also have access to the full Outlook application via their office computers. Additionally, faculty and staff can access their SJF mail account through the web at http://webmail.sjfc.edu. Club subscriptions are managed through Fish 'R' Net. More detailed information on managing club subscriptions can be located on the Opting Out of Club Mailing Lists help topic page.

As Faculty and Staff at St. John Fisher University we have a responsibility to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the University, the students, and anyone else that we interact with.  As part of the daily tasks we sometimes need to send or receive private or personally identifiable information via our email.

The practice of sending private information via email is not encouraged, but if you need to, OIT is providing a service to ensure that the email and any attachments can only be read by the intended external recipient.

To send a secured email:

  • Sender has to enter [SECURE] at the beginning of the subject line of the email message and then send the email as normal. 
  • The tag [SECURE] ensures the email will be encrypted and delivered via the Microsoft 365 Secure Messaging Portal.
  • The original recipient will then receive an email from the Microsoft 365 Secure Messaging Portal letting them know that they have received a protected message from the original SJF sender. They will be provided with a link they can use to log into the message center to view, reply or download the original email and any attachments. 
  • User Guide [pdf]

Group Email Distribution Lists

In support of the University Email Policy [pdf], OIT provides faculty and staff with three group email distribution lists for unofficial email communication. Unofficial email communications are those communications sent out on behalf of an individual as opposed to emails from an academic or administrative unit. The Group Email Distribution Lists [pdf] will show you how to join or leave a group using OWA (webmail).

 

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Article ID: 33026
Created
Mon 7/10/17 8:44 AM
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