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The University of Central Florida now has a set of powerful email, web, and collaboration tools that can help you work faster and gain skills for the workplace. Microsoft Office 365 includes your favorite Office features online and allows you to create sophisticated reports and presentations, collaborate in real time with classmates, and share and edit documents from your phone, PC, or Mac.
Knights Email - What is Office 365?
Creating a Knights Email Account
There are a two ways to check your Knights Email using an Internet-enabled mobile phone:
1. Using an email client on your phone: You will you need to set up an Exchange ActiveSync, POP3, or IMAP4 connection between your mobile phone and your account.
2. Using your phone's web browser: If your mobile phone has a web browser, you can go to the regular site http://www.outlook.com/knights.ucf.edu. This web page will automatically recognize your phone and will present a webmail interface optimized for mobile devices. You can sign in with your Knights Email ID and password.When you set up Knights Email in the email program on your PC or mobile device, you may be asked for the following information:
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Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account.
Click here for further or instructions on setting up iPhone or iPad devices.
You can set up e-mail on a wide variety of Internet-capable mobile phones. In your mobile phone's messaging program, you can set up your e-mail with the following settings:
You cannot configure your other email accounts to fetch Knights Email. Forwarding is no longer available for Knights Email. Knights Email is predominantly a means of communication between UCF professors and their students. Features such as calendaring can be utilized to help professors inform students of upcoming events. Forwarding email prevents this communication since it does not encourage users to use their Knights Email account.
If you are a new student
at UCF and need to create a Knights Email account, please log on to the myUCF
portal, click the knights email link on the left hand side, and then click the
create account button.
details on account creation guide http://www.cst.ucf.edu/wp-content/uploads/Creating-a-Knights-Email.pdf
if I forget my password or my account is locked?
You will need to reset
your password, you can reset your password by clicking the "Reset
Password" button and select the alternate email where the password will be
sent. *NOTE: This method sends the random password to Outlook Live on a
schedule. Please allow at least 5 minutes for the automated process to update
your Knights Email password at Outlook Live. After resetting your password
here, you will be asked to change it to something new upon your next login.
get my email, what are the other services are offered by Knights Email?
After signing up on
Knights Email you will have an active ID. It will give you access to a set of
Office 365 services, all of which are opt-in and free unless otherwise noted.
Here are just a few services: Outlook Live Mobile Access: Students and faculty
can access their Knights Email on virtually any web-enabled phone. With Outlook
Live you will be able to sync your email, contacts, and calendar across all
your mobile devices including iOS and Android devices. For more information,
please visit: http://help.outlook.com/en-US/140/cc325688.aspx.
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