- My NetID Overview
- Activate Your NetID
- Account Summary
- Change Your Password
- Creating a Email Alias
- Publishing Your Primary Email Address
- VPN (Virtual Private Network) Agreement
- Contact Information
Login to Email
- Set up your email program
- Set up the Rice Directory
- How to Forward Your Rice Email
- How to save the Emails on your Rice Gmail
- Rice Webmail Tools
- DSPAM Web Interface
- DSPAM Quick Start
- DSPAM v3.10
- Setup "Filter Spam" rule in WebSieve
- Google Takeout (Undergraduate)
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Email @ Rice
All Rice faculty, students, and staff receive a Rice email account when they arrive on campus. Your NetID will always function as an email address (NetID@rice.edu). You may also create additional email aliases to make it easier for people to remember your address.
You have several options for email access at Rice including:
Using a server-based client for UNIX systems
Check the list of email setup sub-topics for specific information on how to configure your email program to access your Rice account.
- Webmail.rice.edu - Faculty, staff and graduate students handle sensitive and confidential university data and manage their Rice email internally on webmail.rice.edu or through applications installed on their computer or mobile device.See also: upgraded features for webmail.rice.edu.
- Google Apps for Education | Undergraduate Students - Undergraduate students manage their Rice email messages in an external system, Rice Gmail. Login to gmail.com using your Rice NetID@rice.edu and your Rice Google Password (should be different than your NetID password).
Secure your Email
Complete the Information Security learning and assessment module for Email Security to learn more about these and other tips.
- Criminals want access to your Rice email. Thwart their attacks by choosing strong passwords and changing your password twice a year (when you change your clocks).
- Don't fall for phishing messages (phony + fishing = phishing). These are clever attempts to trick you into revealing your password by replying to the message or logging into a phony site designed to look like a real Rice web page.
- Don't send confidential or sensitive information by email - either in the content of the message or as an attachment. If you must send this type of information by email, use encryption or share the attachment using dropbox.rice.edu
- Every device you use to read your email stores a copy on the device itself. Secure all devices from desktop computers to cell phones, pads and laptops with a strong password and encrypt mobile devices where possible.