Your IU email address

Note:
Current students use Gmail at IU. Umail is only for former students who do not have an active status (e.g., faculty, staff) and who separated from IU prior to March 11, 2018; see About the Umail upgrade. If you're unsure about what type of account you have, contact your campus support center.
Note:
Everyone at Indiana University has a username@iu.edu email address, even if they already have another email address based on campus affiliation. If username@iu.edu is not your primary email address, messages sent to username@iu.edu will be automatically forwarded to your primary email address.

Each Indiana University email address is a combination of a Network ID username and one of nine IU-owned domains. Most people were provided a domain based on their campus affiliation when they created their first IU computing accounts. More recently, individuals have been given the option to choose the @iu.edu domain. Thus, some people have only an IU system-wide address, while others also have an email address based on a campus affiliation.

Campus
IU system-wide address
(assigned to all users)
Campus-based email addresses
(optional)
IU Bloomington username@iu.edu username@indiana.edu
IUPUI username@iu.edu username@iupui.edu
IU East (Richmond) username@iu.edu username@iue.edu
IU Kokomo username@iu.edu username@iuk.edu
IU Northwest (Gary) username@iu.edu username@iun.edu
IUPU Columbus username@iu.edu
username@iupuc.edu or username@iupui.edu
IUFW (Fort Wayne) username@iu.edu username@iufw.edu
IU South Bend username@iu.edu username@iusb.edu
IU Southeast (New Albany) username@iu.edu username@ius.edu

The email services available to you may vary based on your IU status. At all campuses except IPFW, undergraduate students create email accounts on the Gmail at IU system when they create their first accounts. Faculty and staff are hosted on the Exchange servers. Graduate students may create either a Gmail at IU account, an Exchange account, or both.

Important:
No new Imail accounts are being created in preparation for its retirement. UITS will provide at least six months' notice before Imail is discontinued.
Notes:

Important:

Before setting your IU email address to forward to a non-IU service (e.g., personal Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo!), note:

  • UITS cannot guarantee email delivery to non-IU accounts, delays in delivery can occur, and the UITS Support Center may not be able to help with some problems concerning non-IU accounts. If your email forwarding fails for any reason, you may miss important official communications sent to your IU address for which you are still responsible.
  • Faculty, staff, residents, and students in HIPAA Affected Areas whose roles may require sharing protected health information (PHI) via email (e.g., Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, and Optometry) are not permitted to set up mail forwarding to outside accounts, as this could result in the violation of federal and state laws. For more, see HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance.

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Last modified on 2018-03-11 00:17:40.

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