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Accessing Your Faculty/Staff ACC Email

Accessing your ACC Email is always possible with the ACC WebMail client. WebMail is accessible from any computer that is connected to the Internet and it helps you avoid some of the potential pitfalls of sending mail while away from an ACC Campus. Documentation on the ACC WebMail client is available here. The address for WebMail is:

The Bare Facts about Email at ACC

Email address: the fully qualified address with “” on the end of it

Email ID: the first part of your Email address (everything up to the “@” symbol).

Incoming mail server:

Outgoing mail server: click here to see the chart


When you set up your local workstation to read your ACC Email, you must make a decision to use either the IMAP Protocol or the POP Protocol for accessing the mail from the ACC Mail Server.

Using the chart below, please select the protocol that is best for you.



I only read mail at my computer at an ACC Campus and I’m the only one that reads mail on that computer.


I only read mail at an ACC Campus but the computer is shared by several users.

IMAP – possibly WebMail

I work at one or more ACC Campuses and/or want to be able to have a copy of the mail at home.


I want to create folders on the email server and have those folders available to me wherever I need to read my mail.


I never know where in the world I may have to stop and read my email.

IMAP – probably WebMail

Specific Instructions

The links below take you to the step-by-step instructions for configuring some of the more popular email clients: