Exchange Email

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Exchange Email

Exchange Email

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For: Faculty, Staff, Medical Students

Access: Log in to Outlook for the webSee below for access information for Microsoft Outlook and the Outlook Mobile App.

Availability: 24/7/365

Helpful Resources:
• Install the Outlook Mobile App on your device. 
• Request a quota increase for your Exchange email. 
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What Do I Get? 

This service provides access to a email account. 

Why Do I Want It? 

Exchange email allows faculty, staff and medical students to send official Rowan University email from an automatically backed-up, accessible-from-anywhere email service.

Who Can Get It?

This service is available to faculty, staff and medical students at RowanSOM and CMSRU.

How Do I Request It?

Eligible employees and students automatically receive access to Exchange email once their Rowan NetID accounts have been provisioned. 

How Can I Access It?

Outlook for the web

Visit to log in to Outlook for the web and access your email.

Log in to Outlook for the web

Microsoft Outlook

Rowan-Owned Computer

Rowan-owned computers come equipped with Microsoft Outlook; just log in and open Outlook to access your email. 

Personal Computer

Students, faculty and staff can download Office 365, which includes Microsoft Outlook, on up to 5 personal devices for free.  

Phone or Tablet

The Outlook Mobile App is the only supported way of accessing your Exchange email on a mobile device.

How Do I Get Help With It After I Have It?

If you have any questions, please contact the Technology Support Center at 856-256-4400.  You can also submit your question in the Rowan Support Portal.

The Technology Support Center aims to address all support requests within one business day. If the Technology Support Center cannot resolve your issue, it will take up to three more business days to receive a response to your support request for this service.