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UIC students, faculty and staff have more than one email service to choose from. Technology Solutions supports UIC Gmail and UIC Exchange.
You can access UIC's Exchange Online email service using either the official Microsoft Outlook app, or the native iOS Mail app.
Information on UIC Alumni email forwarding for life, and how to opt in.
Information on Technology Solutions's grace period policy for UIC NetIDs
DLP enables an organization to reduce the risk of unintentional disclosure of sensitive data by identifying, monitoring and protecting confidential data while in use, in motion and at rest.
The UIC Directory is an online directory of current UIC students, faculty and staff. The Directory also includes a complete listing of campus units and unit rosters.
To print to Wepa from your personal device, follow these instructions:
This article summarizes how to log into your Gmail or GSuite UIC account while being logged into your personal account.
This article summarizes how to recover a deleted Unity message.
The UIC Account Portal will list your current Technology Solutions active accounts
If you want to import your Google Calendar into Outlook, you don’t have to re-enter all of your appointments. Instead, export your Google Calendar to a file, and then import them into Outlook on your desktop. It’s not a one-click button but there’s a wizard that’ll walk you through the steps.
Email size limits for UIC Gmail are set by Google and are currently 25 MB, for both incoming and outgoing email. The Technology Solutions has matched the size limit for outbound mail sent by Microsoft Exchange or Technology Solutions servers to match GoogleApps at 25 MB.
The University of Illinois has provided an easy to use tool that uses a email notifications along with a Web site that allows you to securely send files to that anyone with a University of Illinois Enterprise ID and password. That is everyone at any campus of the University, these days -- faculty and staff must have them for Positive Time Reporting and other administrative tasks and students use them for registration. The tool is called PEAR, Protected E-Mail Attachment Repository Application.
Learn about what data can and cannot be sent with encrypted email
Please note that some Internet Service Providers block the ports needed to support IMAP and POP clients. Installing, configuring and connecting to UIC's VPN client may work around this issue: