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How to access your Goldsmiths email: Webmail

Goldsmiths new email service - now live

You can now access the new Goldsmiths email service at http://goldmail.gold.ac.uk

If you haven't done so already, you need to do two things once to get started:

(1) Register your login details (these are different from your main ITS username and password - for now you have a separate account on the new email system). The details should have been sent to your old email account - please see below for how to access it. If you cannot find the message, please contact the Help Desk.

Register your login details: https://registrationportal.gold.ac.uk

(2) Reset your password to something that only you will know:

Reset your password: https://passwordreset.gold.ac.uk/default.aspx 

Now and in future you can access your email in your new account directly: http://goldmail.gold.ac.uk

Accessing your old email 

For a limited period of time, you will still be able to access the old Squirrel Mail service to read messages. Please do not send messages from this system. 

Your College email address consists of your ITS username with @gold.ac.uk appended.

eg for the ITS username exs01rah, the corresponding email address would be exs01rah@gold.ac.uk.

All official College email will be sent to your College email address and NOT to private email addresses. You need to check your College email at least weekly to ensure you receive information relevant to your course promptly. Also you should use your College email address for sending email relating to your studies.

Web address: http://webmail.gold.ac.uk

Sign into webmail with your ITS username and password.

Your messages are listed showing who sent it with the date and a subject line. Click on an individual message to read its contents.

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Content last modified: 01 Aug 2013

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