Email services at the UEA are provided by Microsoft and Office 365. Your UEA emails can be accessed in lots of different ways. The great thing is that all of your data is stored on the servers. We have loads of space so you won't ever need to delete old emails or attachments to make more space.

Our email services at UEA is provided by Microsoft and Office 365. This means when you have a tight deadline you won't need to worry about your emails going down at busy periods; you can just focus on your work.

To login to your email go to outlook.office365.com/uea.ac.uk and sign in using your normal UEA username (in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk) and password. From here you will be able to see all of your emails. Any changes you make to them on any of your devices will be instantly reflected on the web.

 

Phones, tablets and wearables can be configured using the same login details. See below for instructions on how to add your emails to your device.

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Email Setup - Android

  1. Download the Outlook app from the Google Play Store.
  2. Open the Outlook app and tap Get Started.
  3. Input your UEA username in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk.
  4. The UEA login screen will appear. Input your UEA username (in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk) and password. Tap Sign in.
  5. You may need to allow the Outlook app to be an administrator on your device. Select Activate to continue.
  6. In the Device Administrator settings select Activate this device admin app.
  7. UEA Security Policy requires that your phone can be lock by a password with at least 6 digits. Tap Set New Password to continue.
  8. Once your password is set your UEA email account should now be successfully added to your phone.

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Email setup - iOS mobile

Outlook is the best app to view your emails on iOS. You can download the app free from the App Store.

  1. Download and open the Microsoft Outlook app from the App Store
  2. Enter your UEA username in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk and tap Add Account
  3. Enter UEA Password then tap Next.
  4. Outlook will ask if you wish to add another account. Tap Maybe Later
  5. Tap the Right Arrow or Skip to pass through the information from Microsoft
  6. Your email account should now be configured on your device.

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Email setup - Mac OS

Outlook is the best app to view your emails on a Mac. You can download up to 5 free copies of Office 2016 from http://office365.uea.ac.uk.

  1. Once you have downloaded Office 2016, open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Select Get started and then Sign in.
  3. Input your UEA username (in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk) and click Next.
  4. Input your UEA password and click Sign in.
  5. Choose how you would like Outlook to display then select Continue. Click Start Using Outlook.
  6. Click Add 'your username', then Done.
  7. Your email account should now be configured on your device.

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Email setup - Windows Phone

  1. In the menu select Settings.
  2. Select email+accounts.
  3. Select add an account.
  4. Select Exchange.
  5. Input your UEA username (in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk) and password. Tap sign in.
  6. UEA Security Policy requires that your phone can be locked by a password with at least 6 digits. Tap set to continue.
  7. Create a new password. Tap done when happy.
  8. Once your password is set your email account should now be successfully added to your phone.

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Email setup - Windows PC

Outlook is the best app to view your emails on Windows. You can download up to 5 free copies of Office 2016 from http://office365.uea.ac.uk.

  1. Open Outlook from the Start menu.
  2. Input a profile name, we recommend UEA. Click OK.
  3. Input your UEA username in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk. Click Connect.
  4. The UEA login window will appear. Input your UEA username (in the format abc17xyz@uea.ac.uk) and password. Click Sign in.
  5. You can chose to add your UEA account to your PC, click Yes if you are happy to do this.
  6. Click Done on the account success screen.
  7. Click OK on the account setup completion window.
  8. Your email account should now be configured on your device.

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