Email - Office 365
UNL has partnered with Microsoft to launch e-mail and other digital communication services.
UNL Faculty/Staff email are using Microsoft Office 365, providing staff, faculty with enterprise email, online document editing and storage, IM, and web conferencing.
Access your Office 365 e-mail account
Office 365 accounts for auxiliary, shared access, room or equipment reservations.
Office 365 email accounts for student workers at UNL.
Click on the "Activate Student Worker Account" button and follow the instructions.
Lifetime email for Students
Your e-mail address @huskers.unl.edu can graduate with you and be your lifelong e-mail address if you wish.
Huskers.Edu email runs Office 365 for education—including email, instant messaging, group video and voice chat, and online document viewing and editing. With Office 365, you will now have two separate accounts:
Office 365 account—allows access your school email. Continue to use Microsoft Outlook Web App or Microsoft Outlook to view and send email from your school account, but sign in at http://huskers.unl.edu/mail. You will use the same user name and password.
Personal Microsoft account—allows access to SkyDrive, Messenger, and other Microsoft services. Use the same user name and password to access this account that was used to access Live@edu. Note that UNL no longer administers this account. As a result, we cannot reset the password. Use https://account.live.com/ResetPassword.aspx to reset the password for your personal account after the upgrade. Sign into SkyDrive (https://skydrive.live.com) using your existing Live@edu user name and password.
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