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UTORmail is the
institutional e-mail service of the University of Toronto providing
e-mail access to students, faculty, and staff. Recognized as the
first widescale network service to be deployed cross-campus, the
UTORmail system currently supports a community of just over 72,000.
The UTORmail technology
consists of two components-a central electronic UTORmail Post Office
(server) that sends and receives e-mail; and application software
(referred to as client software) that runs on your PC or Macintosh.
The Network Services
Group is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Post Office
and the evaluation and recommendation of client software. We also
provide support and training to the Information
Commons. See more about the Information Commons under Getting
Help with UTORmail.
about the following, please click on the respective hyperlink or visit the Information Commons web page here.
to Obtain UTORmail
and Deletion Policy
- Service Objectives
- General E-Mail
- Changing Your
- E-Mail Etiquette
Selecting an E-mail Package
- Starter Package
HELP with UTORmail
Commons, through its Walk-in and Phone-in Help
Desk services, is the first level of support when clients encounter
problems with UTORmail software (installation and use). The Commons
also prepares packages--called "starter" packages--which include
appropriate software, installation and basic user guides for various
computer configurations (Macintosh and PC). The Commons also supports
the Public Access
Facility (PAF) on the first floor of the Robarts Library. The
PAF has about 70 PCs with access to UTORmail mailboxes and direct
access to the Internet via the campus backbone.
You can visit
the Information Commons on the first floor of Robarts Library, call
for help at 978-HELP (4357) or send e-mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.