U of T alumni e-mail
You may have finished your education at U of T but you can still feel pride and stay connected with your alma mater, one of the best universities in the world. For alumni who have graduated in or before 2011, U of T offers a Gmail based e-mail service. In many ways, your U of T alumni e-mail account is similar to an ordinary Gmail account but with two key differences; there is no advertising and instead of having your address end in @gmail.com your e-mail address will end in @alumni.utoronto.ca. Please be aware that this e-mail account may not work in countries where Google products are blocked, such as China.
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You may have finished your education at U of T but you can still feel pride and stay connected with your alma mater, one of the best universities in the world. After you’ve graduated, your student e-mail address is automatically changed to firstname.lastname@example.org*. Having and using an alum.utoronto.ca e-mail address ensures you continue to receive the latest U of T information, news and events, so you don’t miss a thing.
What happens to your @mail.utoronto.ca e-mail account? You’ll still have access to your student e-mail account, in addition to your new @alum.utoronto.ca address. Messages sent to your student e-mail account will be forwarded to your alumni account for at least two years after graduation, this gives you time to alert your contacts of your updated e-mail address.
To ensure your alumni e-mail account is properly enabled, follow these instructions if you’re a:
If you’re having problems logging in, you can reset your password here.
Don’t want a U of T e-mail account? Contact the Info Commons help desk at email@example.com.
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*Note: you will receive a notice from U of T’s central IT department when this is completed. It can take anywhere from one to six months for your alumni e-mail account to be set up.