Take charge of your email experience. Learn about the
particulars of UBmail (Central Email) and read tips to help you
navigate the settings.
Learn how to use a smartphone in conjunction with UBmail (Central Email).
Learn how to remove email messages from your inbox and trash folder.
The email filter service can help you organize your incoming email. If you are using folders to organize your email, filters can help you by storing incoming messages automatically into folders.
Use email forwarding to take mail destined for one email address and redirect it to a different email address. You can set a forward so email addressed to your UB email address is delivered to any non-UB email address
Manage your email while you are away by setting up a vacation response message that will automatically be sent to anyone who sends you email messages.
See how the spam quarantine service works to keep your Inbox free of unwanted and unsolicited email messages.
Find out how much space your email messages and attachments can occupy.
Learn about the process of leaving UBmail (Central Email) and moving to UBmail Powered by Google or UBmail Powered by Exchange.
After using one email client, you may decide to switch to a different email client. Learn how to navigate the process of switching email clients.
You can always use your UBmail online at ubmail.buffalo.edu. Learn more about the features of the Web interface.
Find out whether you can keep your UBmail after you graduate.
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