Your email address is your University Computing Account username followed All official University correspondence is sent to this email address.

CSSD offers two email services.

IMAP email is available to students, faculty and staff. It is accessible through Webmail at My Pitt (, through a variety of desktop email programs, and through most web-enabled phones and mobile devices.

Exchange email, available to faculty and staff, has many features, including email, calendaring, tasks, and contacts. It is available anywhere you are: at your office computer, at home, at any Internet connection, or by mobile devices such as BlackBerry, Windows-mobile devices and other Web-enabled phones.

Students: A Brand New Email Experience is Coming to Pitt! >

50 GB of cloud storage and a significantly enhanced interface are on the way.

Faculty and Staff: An Enhanced Email Service Arrives This Summer. Set Your Preferences Today. >

We are planning a major enhancement to the University's email service in summer 2014.

IMAP Email >

Email service for all students, faculty, and staff.

Exchange Email >

Email service for faculty and staff that also includes calendaring, tasks, and contacts.

Email Forwarding >

Learn how to forward your University email to another address.

Spam and Virus Filtering >

Adjust your spam filtering settings at My Pitt (

Archiving Email >

Watch quick videos that explain how to archive your Exchange email to save storage space.

Mailing Lists >

Subscribe to University mailing lists or create and manage your own list.

Kiosks >

Computer kiosks, located in high-traffic areas throughout the campus, give you a connection to the Internet and your email wherever you are.

Guidelines and Best Practices >

Review guidelines and best practices for University email.

Get Help

Computer Kiosks

Located in high-traffic areas, over 50 kiosks stand ready to provide quick access to email and the Web. View the list of locations.

Emergency Notifications

Sign up to be notified in the event of an emergency. You can be notified by voice, text, or both. Learn More >