All ACC faculty and staff are instructed to communicate with you using your ACCmail account. Actively enrolled students are required to use their ACCmail account while communicating with ACC instructors and ACC staff. ACC will send important information to you at this account. Also, ACC will notify you of any college related emergencies using this account.
If you don't wish to use the, ACCmail powered by Google, web client to read your email, you can configure other email clients to do so.
Students cannot add supplemental email addresses at this time, but have the option to forward their accmail email messages to another email address at their own risk. More Information
With Google Apps Education edition, you get Gmail's proprietary Spam and virus filtering. For more information, please follow this link.
There are no restrictions to whom you can send email.
Yes. You can access your ACCmail account using POP, IMAP, and mobile email programs. See the links below for more information. NOTE: Be sure to use your full email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and use your ACCmail password when setting up the POP or IMAP configuration. You'll need to use your ACCmail password to use POP or IMAP.
If you have not already set your ACCmail password, you can do so here.
Your ACCmail account is yours to keep for as long as you want it.
In an effort to fight spam and prevent abuse, Google will temporarily disable your account if:
Your account should be re-enabled within 24 hours.
You can send and receive messages up to 20 megabytes (MB) in size, including attachments. Incoming messages over 20 MB will be returned to the sender without being delivered to you.
Yes. All actively enrolled students will receive an ACCmail email account.