The (UNSW) University of New South Wales students and community can access zMail service at zmail.unsw.edu.au. Zmail is a cost free web based email service of UNSW. Each zMail account provides an email storage capacity of 10GB and allows for 10MB file transfers. Read more features of zMail and guidance about using zMail for University of New South Wales at zmail.unsw.edu.au below.
Screenshot of zmail.unsw.edu.au
University of New South Wales
University of New South Wales is one of the leading research and teaching universities in Australia. The University was founded in 1949 and most known as UNSW. It is situated in Kensington, a suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. UNSW is a member of 15 Cooperative Research Centres. It is affiliated with a number of prestigious medical research institutes such as the Garvan Institute of Medical Research as well as the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute.
UNSW has been expanded rapidly since its establishments and now it has nearby 40,000 students, including more than 7000 international students from over 130 different countries. There are more than 300 undergraduate and 600 postgraduate programs and an extensive network of alumni chapters are offered by the university throughout Asia. The university's main campus is located on a 38-hectare site at Kensington the centre of Sydney. UNSW has also other campuses at the College of Fine Arts (Paddington), UNSW@ ADFA (Canberra), and sub-campuses at Randwick and Coogee, as well as research stations around NSW.
About Zmail and Zmail Features
zMail is the UNSW email service for UNSW undergraduate, postgraduate coursework students and alumni. This service is managed and provisioned by UNSW and hosted by Microsoft at the 'Outlook live' site in the USA. For more information also see the IT at UNSW zMail Email service webpage at www.it.unsw.edu.au/students/zmail/index.html
How to use zMail service?
You need to activate your zMail account before accessing the zMail service.
ZMail Account Setup
- Activate your zMail account
- Choose a preferred alias
- Use the zMail web interface
steps to activate your zMail account
Step 1 – Get an initial Windows Live ID password
First you need to obtain Windows Live ID password that used for the initial setup of your account.
For zMail Get Password, go on http://www.zmail.unsw.edu.au/getpass and enter your UNSW User ID (in the form of 'z1234567') in the username field and your UniPass password, in the UniPass field on this page, click 'Get Password'.
Then you will see your initial Windows Live ID password on this page. Copy this password for future use. Note: This is a once-only password for account creation. It does not replace your UniPass.
In case of forgetting this password and want to access in the future, simply repeat the above steps again.
If you get any fault, then call to the IT Service Desk on (02) 9385 1333
Step 2 - Log in to zMail
Through login in to zMail, you can access your account whenever you want
For login in to zMail, visit http://www.zmail.unsw.edu.au, enter your UNSW User ID (in the form of 'z1234567') in the username field and your UniPass password in the UniPass field on this page then click 'Log in'
Note: Do not enter the Windows Live ID password in the UniPass field
After login into zMail, the Window Live page will be opened where your Windows Live ID (in the form of firstname.lastname@example.org) will be typed, you need to verify your information on this page, type your Windows Live ID password, select your preferred question and enter their answers, enter Windows Live ID, they will send your Windows Live ID password in future if you forgotten, then complete your information and review, accept the agreement, then click on the 'I accept' button to continue
Select a preferred language and current timezone, then on the next page click on ‘OK’. Now, you will see your new zMail mailbox, see the all available features given in below screen shot that taken from Windows Internet Explorer 7.
In your zMail mailbox, you can configure your Inbox via the Options > Settings tab, to spam your emails select Settings > Junk-Email, if your Junk E-mail filtering is default on, you may also add addresses to Blocked Senders, Safe Senders and Safe Recipients lists.
The limit on size of attachments is 18Mb to upload any type of files, get information on Message, Mailbox, and Recipient Limits at http://help.outlook.com
Further information about the zMail service is given at the USNW Zmail FAQ - Common questions and issues page
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