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# Incoming mail:  uanet.edu
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# Outgoing mail:  smtp-server.neo.rr.com
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<td colspan="2">Users off campus are encouraged to use the OWA (Outlook Web Access) @ [https://exchange.uanet.edu https://exchange.uanet.edu] if they choose not to use the VPN connection</td>
 
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Revision as of 12:11, 26 October 2007

These are some common email settings used by The University of Akron

See Also

Exchange

Webmail_Blacklist
StudentsFaculty (if you are on the exchange email server)
Dial-Up through UAnet:
  1. Incoming mail: imap.uakron.edu
  2. Outgoing mail: smtp.uakron.edu
Dial-Up through UAnet:
  1. mail: uanet.edu *
Road Runner/ OBEN without VPN:
  1. Incoming mail: imap.uakron.edu
  2. Outgoing mail: smtp-server.neo.rr.com
Road Runner/ OBEN without VPN:
  1. n/a
Road Runner/ OBEN with VPN:
  1. Incoming mail: imap.uakron.edu
  2. Outgoing mail: smtp.uakron.edu
Road Runner/ OBEN with VPN:
  1. mail: uanet.edu *
* - Exchange users shouldn't have to supply an incoming and outgoing email server rather a single mail server.
Users off campus are encouraged to use the OWA (Outlook Web Access) @ https://exchange.uanet.edu if they choose not to use the VPN connection