University of Exeter Outlook
How to access your University of Exeter Email
You can access your University email from anywhere in the world at http://email365.exeter.ac.uk.
Remember! You always need to log in to Office365 for Email, Skype for Business etc using your full university email address as your username, and your password is case-sensitive.
University of Exeter Outlook, Using email
For more information on Email functions, including how to set up your Uni email on your mobile devices, please see the links in the menu on the left here.
You will find your email is quicker to use if now and then you take a little time to clean up your mailbox. Have a look at the guide at How to tidy your Mailbox. If you need further help with any of the features of O365 email please first check the Email FAQS before you contact SID.
University of Exeter Outlook, Staff and Associates
It is recommended you use the Outlook client for greater functionality. This makes Calendar sharing, automated Forwarding, and accessing Shared Mailboxes much easier. If you don’t have Outlook installed on your Staff PC or laptop please contact SID.
Office365 email can also be configured for Mac, Thunderbird, Linux etc. See the set up details for different clients at Setup Guides for using O365 in Outlook, Mac, and Thunderbird
You must always abide by the University’s IT regulations and Records Management policies when using email. Please also see our Email Top Tips.
How do I log into Office 365 email?
You must use your full university email address as your username to log in to any O365-based application, including Email, Outlook, Calendar, Contacts, Skype for Business, Mac mail, Outlook for Mac, exehub etc.
For example, instead of entering your username as js201 you now have to enter firstname.lastname@example.org
Your password is case-sensitive.
You will also need to do this on all your mobile devices on which you use your University Email, Calendar and/or Contacts – see the Set-up guides at Setup Guides for using O365 on Mobile devices.
Please note: you do still need to use your username (e.g. js201) to log in to your computer and other applications such as Trent, SRS, etc.