Login Instructions for the Secure Thomas University Mail Server
Attention Internet Explorer 7 Users
If you are logging in from an off-campus location, you may receive a warning stating that there is a problem with the e-mail website's security ticket. If you receive this warning, you may safely click "Continue to this website (not recommended)" and proceed normally.
- In the Domain\user name dialog box (see illustration below), enter your username and password.
- Your username is your first initial and last name (all lower case) for example aprofessor).
- Your password was made available to you. Instructions for changing your password are listed below.
- For faster connect times using a dial-up connection, click the Basic button in the Client section. If you login in this way, you will not have an e-mail preview pane, but you will have access to all e-mail functions.
- If you receive a message about a Microsoft security certificate, click Yes, and then click OK in the next dialog box.
- If you experience any difficulty logging in to your e-mail account, call 229-584-2804 ext.164 and choose option 2.
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING E-MAIL
- You must use your TU e-mail account. You are responsible for keeping your mailbox clear so that you will receive communication from students and administration. It is essential that you check your e-mail. To keep your mailbox clear, you should delete mail you no longer need, empty your Sent Items, Deleted Items, and Junk E-mail weekly. Unread e-mail in your Inbox will be automatically purged after 30 days. If you receive an e-mail message with an attachment, save the attachment to a local source (such as a jump drive or your personal computer) and delete the e-mail.
- Misuse of e-mail can result in termination and or disciplinary actions. Misuse includes, but is not limited to, sending chain letters, spam, viruses, harassing material, mass or commercial mailings, and participating in illegal activities. See TU's e-mail policy for complete details.
- E-mail is considered university property and therefore users should not assume that their e-mail is private or confidential.