Email

For students

myVCUmail

Google Apps at VCU provides a gateway to Google’s online services. This allows students to take advantage of Google’s email, productivity and collaboration tools while maintaining their “eID”@vcu.edu email address. myVCUmail is VCU’s implementation of Gmail for VCU student email. Please visit mymail.vcu.edu for further information.

For faculty and staff

appsforVCU

VCU Technology Services is migrating faculty and staff email to appsforVCU, powered by Google Apps for Education. If you already have an account, click the image above to log in. For help documentation, go to apps.vcu.edu.

If you are getting ready to migrate please visit go.vcu.edu/gonegoogle to:

  • Prepare for the move from Lotus Notes
  • Check out the migration schedule
  • View resource documentation, tutorials and videos

myVCUmail

VCU Mail Anywhere is a Web interface for faculty and staff to access their VCU Lotus Notes email and calendar from a browser such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. VCU Mail Anywhere requires a Notes account and a Java-enabled browser. It is not necessary to configure your browser to access your mail or calendar. VCU Mail Anywhere runs on multiple servers for redundancy.

Other services

All faculty and staff who use Lotus Notes should be using Lotus Notes 8.5.1. The new client features threaded email conversations, in-line spell checking, Day At-A-Glance view and many more new features. If you have not upgraded your client software, please contact your department IT support or the VCU helpIT Center at (804) 828-2227 for more information. Please visit ts.vcu.edu/askit/2222.html for additional faculty/staff email information.

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