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UA Faculty & Staff Email Accounts
OIT Supported Microsoft Exchange
A significant number of academic and administrative departments on UA campus currently use MS Exchange email and calendaring. Its personal management features include calendaring, contacts, tasks and notes. A wide variety of mobile devices, including Windows phones, iPhones, Android phones, and other capable smartphones can access Exchange services. For more information, click on the link below:
WEBMAIL – OIT Supported Microsoft Exchange
Outlook Web Access (OWA), also known as WEBMAIL, is a web-based service that allows you to access your Exchange email at anytime, anywhere. Functions of OWA are limited. Therefore, functions such as the ability to recall a message or grant delegate access are not available.
WEBMAIL works with most browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari). For non-supported browsers and for users who have low vision there are Light versions of Outlook Web Access (OWA) that look similar, but have fewer or missing features. Click on the link below to be directed to WEBMAIL.
Reset Exchange Password from WEBMAIL
From the upper right hand corner, select Options > password > reset.
Forgotten Exchange Password
Password resets can only be performed during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30a – 4:30p CST. Users can send email requesting password reset from their myBama account to firstname.lastname@example.org. Afterhours requests will be processed the next business day.
NON – OIT Supported Microsoft Exchange
The departments below are NOT on the Exchange mail servers hosted by OIT. However, some employees within Financial Affairs are using Bama Mail (@bama.ua.edu) for email. These employees will need to contact the IT Service Desk located at 125 Gordon Palmer Hall for technical support. Otherwise, contact the technical support for your area as listed below for email issues.