Instructions for using Email at UCD
Here, you will find information that will help you accomplish the most frequently requested, UCD email-related tasks
10 Things You Should Know About How The Email World Works - Important security advice for how to approach the global e-mail system.
Geckomail - Click here to check your email, via the web, using Geckomail. Geckomail is a Web-based email client, similar to Yahoo! email or Google's Gmail, in which you access your email on the Web. To access, you simply point a browser to, http://geckomail.ucdavis.edu .
How-to Redirect your Campus Email - Click here to learn more about the options, resources, and functionality for redirecting your incoming email messages to another location, etc..
Out-Of-Office (formerly: Vacation) Email - Click here to learn how to use this feature. If you have need of sending auto-replies to senders who are requesting your immediate attention during a period when you are unable to check your email frequently, or, if you have ever been away from your email long enough, to see a mountain of mail from aggravated senders demanding to know why you have been ignoring their attempts to contact you, then this feature may help you address those persons with a courteous auto-reply containing whatever explanation you might dream-up...
MailID Changes - Click here to learn how and when you can change your Mail ID, (ie., your email ,<your-mail-id>@ucdavis.edu).
Bulk/Mass Electronic Mailing Process - Select this topic to learn how to adhere to the campus process for sending email to more than a 250 recipients. The Bulk/Mass Mailing service is coordinated by the Email Postmaster's office. There are a number of steps involved in each request, and the Postmaster Office makes sure that all steps of the process are complete and correct. The Postmaster's office has prepared a document for departments
EMERGENCY Bulk/Mass Electronic Mailing Process - Need to send a Bulk/Mass Electronic Mailing in a hurry? Select this topic to learn how. This is link will direct you to a secure site that requires proper clearance. Not everyone is authorized access this data.