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What is IU Webmail?

Important: UITS is preparing to retire the Cyrus (Webmail) service, and users can no longer create new Cyrus accounts. Current users are not affected at this time, and will be given at least six months' notice before Cyrus is discontinued. For more information, see About the Cyrus (Webmail) retirement.

IU Webmail is a web-based email service at Indiana University, allowing access to accounts on the Cyrus mail system. It provides basic email service through a simple web interface, allowing you to read mail easily from anywhere without having to reconfigure a browser or mail client software, as well as to send and open attachments easily from your desktop.

Your mail on the Cyrus mail system resides on an IMAP server, and IU Webmail connects to the server to retrieve your mail. If you have an account on the Cyrus mail system, you can log into IU Webmail to access your mail at:

In the "Username" and "Passphrase" fields, enter your IU Network ID username and passphrase.

Webmail provides basic email functionality; see Features of IU Webmail. If you require more sophisticated functionality, consider using a desktop email client to access your mail. For more, see Reading your Cyrus email.

To learn more about IU Webmail, see the IU Webmail tutorial provided by IT Training at IU.

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