Starting November 23, 2018, Mays will migrate to the Texas A&M centralized email system known as TAMU Exchange. All new Mays email will start being delivered to TAMU’s Exchange server beginning November 23, 2018 after 9 a.m. and should finish by 8 a.m. Monday, November 26. Old/existing email will be migrated from our server to TAMU Exchange server. Your existing Mays email will automatically appear in your TAMU Exchange mailbox as your mailbox is migrated during this time.
You will need to make connections to the new server (computer and mobile devices) using these directions. NOTE: You can always use the TAMU Exchange Outlook Web Access (https://exchange.tamu.edu) to access your email at any time using your <netid>@tamu.edu as your login and your netid password as your password.
If you need help, call Mays IT at 979.847.4357 starting November 26, 2018.
SETTING UP TAMU EMAIL
- You can set up your @tamu.edu address to forward to any mail box you choose such as your departmental email, Gmail account, etc. You can easily change where your mail is delivered by going to Aggie Computing Gatewayand clicking “Edit Directory”. If you wish to publish your email address (for example, in the campus directory), you should use your @tamu.edu address. For additional information, see “Editing Your Directory Information“.
- For A&M activation of NetID, editing your A&M directory information, or changing passwords for your A&M account visit gateway.tamu.edu
- For help with your TAMU GMail account (not Mays), visit HelpDesk Centralfor online computing support, instructions, and answers to frequently asked questions or telephone the Help Desk at 5-8300.
- When setting up your email signature, follow the email guidelines in the Mays Brand Guide.
LOGGING INTO EMAIL FROM OFF CAMPUS
- Go to https://exchange.tamu.edu
- Enter your username (it will be <netid>@tamu.edu) and your NetID password.
LOGGING IN VIA VPN (for Microsoft Outlook 2016)
You must be connected to the VPN client prior to login (use connect.tamu.edu). Follow these instructions.