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UF Email: Learn To Access UF Webmail 2022

Your GatorLink username (also known as your “GatorLink ID”) is the first part of your UF email address, followed by @ufl.edu.

It is required of all University of Florida students that they log in to their GatorCloud email accounts on a consistent basis and check them often. Read More

All critical news, events, reactions to requests or queries, UF Canvas access, etc. are transmitted via your UF Webmail account.

How to sign in to your UF email account

to use the features offered by UF Webmail;

Visit the website at outlook.com/ufl.edu.

Please enter your username for Gatorlink.

After that, type in your password.

Sign in to access your University of Florida email.

GatorCloud Email gives students access to UF’s worldwide address list as well as 50 GB of storage space for their email messages. This address list contains the contact information of UF’s students, teachers, and staff. Read More

The cloud mailbox may be accessed through the web, and it also offers a downloadable version for use on mobile devices. Please see my One UF Login guide for more information.

Because you are only guaranteed access to your UF email account for a period of six months after you graduate, the University of Florida recommends that you use your own personal email address when applying to educational institutions and jobs in order to avoid the risk of losing access to your account.

How to configure your University of Florida email on an Android device

Do you wish to configure your Android-powered smartphone to access your UF email account? Please proceed in the following manner:

Launch the Gmail app, choose the three horizontal lines that appear in the upper left corner of the search bar, and then pick Settings from the menu that appears. You should now see a list of all of the email accounts that you currently have. Click the “Add Account” button.

When you go to the following menu, pick “Exchange and Office 365.”

The next step is to click the “Setup Manually” option once you have entered your email address into the GatorLink@ufl.edu form.

On the following screen, you will be prompted to enter your password in the appropriate space. Your email address should be entered in the “Domainusername” box using the format “GatorLink@ufl.edu.” Please put “outlook.office365.com” into the area designated for the server. The port number should be 443, and SSL/TLS should be chosen as the protocol. Click the “Next” button once you have completed filling out all of the fields.

The application will make an attempt to connect, and if it is successful, a screen that reads “Your account is ready to go” will appear on your device.

It will take some time for your account to sync and pull in all of the email and calendar items that you have been using.

Instructions for setting up Gatormail on your iPhone

The instructions below will walk you through configuring UF Email on your iPhone.

Once you have opened the IOS settings menu, pick “Passwords and Accounts” in the left-hand column, and then choose “Add Account” in the right-hand pane.

Choose “Microsoft Exchange” from the menu that appears on the next screen.

After giving your account a nickname and entering your email address in the format “gatorlink@ufl.edu,” click the “Next” button to continue.

Please make sure that you pick “Configure Manually” from the next pop-up.

On the screen that follows, you will see a prompt asking you to fill out your email details. In the field designated for your email address, that address should be in the form of “gatorlink@ufl.edu.” In the box labelled “server,” enter “outlook.office365.com.” It is recommended that you leave the domain box blank. Your email address should be entered in the “gatorlink@ufl.edu” format and placed in the “username” box. After entering your password, proceed by clicking the “Next” button.

After that, the application will try to connect to your email account. After you have successfully connected, you will be able to choose the kinds of information that is synchronized.

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