myUM Mail

myUM Mail is the University of Maryland campus-wide e-mail service.  myUM Mail addresses end with the @umaryland.edu domain.  myUM Mail accounts have 2 GB of storage space. 

myUM Mail uses UMB Authentication.  For more information about UMB Authentication, including information on how to customize your UMID, click here.

Last Updated: 01/29/2014 at 12:41:32 PM

Get Started

Set up Your Account

Users must have an active UMB Account in order to have a myUM Mail account created.  For more information about UMB Authentication and how to set up a UMID and password, click here.

Click on a category for more information on how to set up your myUM Mail address.

Access Your Account

Users can access their myUM Mail account through the web, IMAP or POP3. 

Go to https://webmail.umaryland.edu to access your myUM Mail account through the web.  You will log into your account using your UMID and password.

When you log in for the first time, you will need to configure your myUM Mail account.  Click here for instructions on how to configure your myUM Mail account. 

For information on how to access myUM Mail through IMAP or POP3 click here.

Mail Forwarding

Users can configure their myUM Mail account to automatically forward messages.  There are 2 configurations for mail forwarding:

1) Forward messages and keep a copy in the myUM Mail System
With this configuration messages are forwarded to the designated address and a copy of the message is also kept and accessible from the myUM Mail system. 

Click here for instructions on how to configure your account to forward mail and keep a copy in the myUM Mail system.

2) Only Forward Messages (Absolute myUM Mail Forwarding)
With this configuration messages are immediately forwarded to the designated address.  Copies of the message are not stored or accessible from the myUM Mail system. 

Click here for instructions on how to set up Absolute myUM Mail Forwarding.


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