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Email forwarding

If you want to forward your UNI@columbia.edu to:
  • LionMail
  • Exchange (adcu.columbia.edu)
  • caa.columbia.edu
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Always available and verified as reliable when set up via Manage My UNI. *
If you want to forward your UNI@columbia.edu to:
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Always available but not recommended. CUIT recommends having emails sent directly to these addresses instead of forwarding them to UNI@columbia.edu best reliability . For example, have your e-mails sent to you directly to Jane.Doe@barnard.edu instead of jd1234@columbia.edu.
If you want to forward your UNI@columbia.edu to:
  • xxxx@gmail.com
  • xxxx@yahoo.com
  • other email systems outside of Colombia
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The external e-mail forwarding of Manage My UNI changes: The automatic e-mail forwarding is removed. So that Columbia emails can continue to be forwarded to a personal email address Set up forwarding manually in your settings in your Columbia connected Gmail or Office 365 email systems *.
If you want to forward your UNI@columbia.edu to:
Your UNI email alias (i.e. jane.lion@columbia.edu)
Result
Never! This will send your email through an infinite undeliverable loop.
If you want to forward your UNI@columbia.edu to:
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* If you create a redirect from the settings in LionMail, CAA, or other Columbia-affiliated Gmail or Office 365 email systems that support Forwarding is subject to restrictions . Note that some redirects will fail (you can 'miss' emails). However, if you follow the Gmail forwarding instructions completely, delivery to the G Suite email system will be successful and a copy will be saved there. Office 365 offers similar settings to keep a copy of forwarded email. Check this account regularly or whenever you suspect something is missing from your referred account.
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