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Mail Forwarding

When you set up forwarding for your Endicott email account, messages addressed to your account are automatically sent (forwarded) to another email address.

To start Mail Forwarding:

  • Click the "Options" link in the upper right-hand corner.
       

  • Select "Forwarding" from the list.
       

  • Select "Yes" for the "Forward Messages" option.

  • Enter the  destination email address(es) to which you want your mail to be  automatically forwarded. If you enter multiple addresses, separate them with commas.

  • It is strongly recommended that you do NOT keep a copy of your forwarded mail in your Inbox! Every user on our mail system has a quota – the maximum amount of email that you can save – of 100MB. Once this quota has been reached, any email directed to your mail account will be rejected and sent back to the sender with a note indicating that the message was not able to be delivered.

  • Click "Apply" to save your settings (you will receive a confirmation message), then "Close" to close the Options box.

That's it! Once you begin receiving your Endicott email in your alternative webmail program, simply reply to email as usual. Note that the return address will be the default email address of your alternative webmail program. If you need to send email from your Endicott email address, simply login to http://mail.endicott.edu/ and create a message from there.

To stop Mail Forwarding:

  • Login at http://mail.endicott.edu/,  click the "Options" link in the upper right-hand corner, and select "Forwarding" from the list.

  • Select "No" for the "Forward Messages", c lick "Apply" to save your settings (you will receive a confirmation message), then "Close" to close the Options box.

Using an alternative webmail program and having “Over  Quota” issues? Be sure you have not checked the "Keep a copy of each forwarded message in your Inbox" selection box in the "Forwarding Options".  Still having  issues? Contact the Help Desk at x2072 to review your  settings.

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