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mymail exchange migration faq
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.
Guide to using the Phish Alert button that you may see in Exchange Online, Outlook, or MyMail.
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.
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.
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This article, which was sourced directly from, explains the nuances of who will see a notification when replying to a ticket, including the answer to the question: Can the responsible group or technician for a ticket be notified when any comments are posted, even if the "notify" option is left blank?
This article outlines 2 sets of instructions for updating e-mail distribution groups using Office365 online as well as the Outlook desktop client.