Email services are available to all Mines students (MyMail), and faculty and staff (Exchange or Office 365) while they are actively enrolled or employed at Mines. Services continue during summer breaks and periods that may include study abroad, internships, sabbaticals, or extended leave. Special arrangements may need to be made during semester, or longer, absences from campus since enrollment or employment records may indicate an inactive status.

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Alumni Email "Email Address for Life" Option

Information & Technology Solutions (ITS) is pleased to announce this service in response to student demand for a “Mines email address for life.” But be aware: Setting up your new Alumni email address will require your deliberate action and attention prior to departure.

How do I access a shared exchange calendar in Outlook?

Guidelines on how to access a shared calendar in a Microsoft Exchange or Office365 environment.

How do I export MyMail email to another account?

Most Mines students receive their email through what is called a "MyMail" account. When a student leaves Mines, his or her MyMail account will very quickly go away. This article provides basic instruction and guidelines on how to retain MyMail email and export it to another email program or account before graduation.

Should I configure my email client to use the IMAP or POP or native Exchange protocol?

The article provides brief guidelines for your best options for Mines email in terms of client applications and their associated protocol.

What changed when my Mines Exchange Email migrated to Microsoft Office365 in the Cloud?

Users of the Microsoft Exchange email and calendaring system at Mines (primarily faculty and staff, plus a few students) have recently migrated to a new online, cloud-based infrastructure. Here are the details.

When will my email (or other) Mines computing access expire and be removed?

Mines reserves the right to terminate email and other accounts (among them MultiPass) as soon as any student or employee separates from the institution. In theory, that could be the same day the individual officially leaves Mines, so plan accordingly.