To support the new email policy, the U of M is pleased to announce that myumanitoba, a new and improved email system, is now available to students. The format of new email addresses is:
Powered by Microsoft’s Office 365, myumanitoba is a cloud-based service that offers secure, anytime, anywhere access.
Other benefits include:
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Student Email Policy
Effective September 1, 2013, the university will only use your U of M email account for all communications, including messages from your professors, department, advisors and administrative offices.
Make sure to check your U of M email regularly, to ensure you are receiving important university information that affects you. Find out more about the new Electronic Communications with Students Policy, here.
Don't have a U of M email account yet?
The day after you register for the Fall/Winter Term 2013-2014, you will be able to activate your myumanitoba account. Step-by-step instructions on how to activate your account are located here. It may take up to 24 hours for your accounts to be active
Already have a CC mail account?
You will be able to activate your new email at iridium.umanitoba.ca the day after you register for courses. Step-by-step instructions on how to activate your new email are located here. Once you activate your myumanitoba account, all new emails (including those sent to your CC account) will go to your new account. You must forward any old emails you want to keep from your CC inbox to your myumanitoba inbox. It may take up to 24 hours for your new email to be active. You will continue to receive emails at your CC account if you do not activate your new myumanitoba email account, however this account will eventually cease to exist.
Note: If you have not reset your existing email password within the past 6 months, you will be required to do so upon activating your new email account.
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