Retired IUP employees can request an e-mail account called an Auxmail account (
access your Auxmail account).
On February 27, All Auxmail e-mail accounts moved to Office 365. As of March 20, the log-in page for the old Auxmail e-mail accounts was disabled.
Support for the account is limited to initial log-on and assistance with transferring e-mail messages if you have requested the Auxmail account prior to your retirement date.
An account for network access will not be provided. Auxmail e-mail accounts are subject to all related IUP policies. Quota for Auxmail accounts is set to 50 GB.
Auxmail accounts will be purged if they have not been accessed in 180 days.
Support for Auxmail accounts is provided by the IT Support Center. This support is limited to basic changes to the interface as well as assistance with password resets. For additional information, see the Account FAQ link on the menu.
As an IUP employee planning for retirement, you may request an Auxmail account. If you would like an account, you need to fill out the request form provided by Human Resources (724-357-2431) and return the completed form to Human Resources. This form is included in the retirement packet that Human Resources provides. Since IUP employee computing accounts (including e-mail) are deactivated on the date of separation from the university, it is best to start this process prior to your retirement date.
Once approved by HR, the IT Support Center will create your new e-mail account and the Support Center will contact you with the initial password.
You can use the following information if you would like to configure an e-mail client or smart device to access your Auxmail account:
Outgoing Mail Server - smtp.office365.com
Outgoing Mail Server Port - 587 or 465
Outgoing Security Type - TLS
Incoming Mail Server - outlook.office365.com
Incoming Mail Server Port - 993
Incoming Security Type - TLS
Note: We have found that some phones require 993 incoming and 465 for outgoing. Also, please make sure you have enabled the option "Authentication Required" on your phone, if not enabled by default.
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