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E-Mail

Staff and student e-mail accounts are managed centrally by IT Services. In both cases, your GUID is used to access your account.

Staff E-Mail

Information regarding staff e-mail accounts can be found at the following location:

Useful topics include:

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  This is particularly important if you deal with personal or confidential information (e.g. if you have teaching responsibilities or are involved in industrial collaborations).
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 You can access your e-mail from a web browser at the following link:

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Members of staff should note that the university is legally obliged to display its charitable status on all external business communication, including e-mail. For this reason, the Secretary of Court has requested that all e-mail sent to recipients outside the university include the following:
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Please note that the university is legally obliged to display its charitable status on all external business communication, including e-mail. For this reason, the Secretary of Court has requested that all e-mail sent to recipients outside the university include the following:
  The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401

Student E-Mail

Information regarding student e-mail accounts can be found at the following location:

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Instructions describing how to access your e-mail from your computer or mobile device can be found here:
 
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Postgrads should note that the university is legally obliged to display its charitable status on all external business communication, including e-mail. For this reason, the Secretary of Court has requested that all e-mail sent to recipients outside the university include the following:
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Please note that the university is legally obliged to display its charitable status on all external business communication, including e-mail. For this reason, the Secretary of Court has requested that all e-mail sent to recipients outside the university include the following:
  The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401

File Transfer Service

E-mail is not really suitable for sending and receiving files much larger than about 10 MB. IT Services provides a file transfer service which presently supports files of up to 10 GB in size; this service lets University of Glasgow users upload files which can be retrieved by anyone, and also lets external users upload files for retrieval by recipients with a University of Glasgow e-mail address.

You can find more information about this service here:

https://transfer.gla.ac.uk

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