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ECU Email Setup

Student and alumni ECU email is managed through Microsoft Office 365. Staff ECU email accounts continue to be serviced through ECU Exchange servers.

Mobile Security Reminders

  1. If setting up ECU email on your mobile device, you are required to implement a PIN or passcode to encrypt the device and protect synced messages from unauthorized use if the device is lost or stolen.
  2. Never store sensitive information on your mobile device.
  3. If you prefer not to set up the PIN, check your email through a browser at Piratemail.

Web Login (Browser)

Connect to email through a browser:

Phone App (ActiveSync)


Mobile devices have a "native email app" already installed. The links below connect to instructions.

If you require assistance, please call the IT Help Desk 252.328.9866, visit the Pirate Techs Student Support Center.
Faculty and staff Exchange settings are found on the email website.

Outlook

Outlook is an email, calendar and contact management program included with your Office 365 subscription. The mobile version can be downloaded from your phone/tablet app store. The laptop/desktop client is part of the software downloads available to students, faculty and staff.

Learn Outlook tips and tricks with these Lynda.com video classes: Outlook for iOS and Android First Look, Outlook for Mac 2016 Essential Training and Outlook 2016 Essential Training (Windows).

Laptop/Desktop (Windows/Mac)
  1. Set a Password for the device
  2. Download and install one of your Office 365 Microsoft Office suite downloads to the computer (you have 5 downloads)
  3. Open Outlook
  4. First-time users are prompted to enter their email address and ECU passphrase
  5. Automatic account set up walks you through the rest of the process
Mobile Tablet/Phone (iOS, Android, Windows Mobile)
  1. Set a PIN for the device to enable encryption
  2. From the app store, download the Microsoft Outlook - email and calendar app
  3. Follow the prompts and enter your email address and ECU passphrase

See these instructions for setting up Outlook on a Kindle or Blackberry: Outlook Web App help page