Change to email quarantine message

RMIT University uses an email filter system to help protect us all from spam and malicious content. Until now, when you had a blocked message you would receive an automated email from ‘RMIT Postmaster.’

From Monday 15 June, this will change. Any blocked messages will be routed through a new automated Office 365 quarantine email account 'quarantine@messaging.microsoft.com'. For more information visit the O365 Information Hub.

Logging in

The University’s email provider is Microsoft Outlook. Access your RMIT email account via the Outlook login page: outlook.office.com

All RMIT student emails and calendars switched from Gmail to Microsoft Outlook in 2019. To access your email go to outlook.office.com and log in using your existing email address and password. To find out more about the switch, go to the Office 365 page.

Your login details

To log in to your email account, use your email address and RMIT systems password.

Email address

Your email is your student ID followed by @student.rmit.edu.au

For example: s1234567@student.rmit.edu.au

Password

The password you created via the Password page.

New to RMIT? Find out how to log in for the first time and change your password.

Forgotten your password? Go to Password assistance to reset it. If you're having trouble logging in, contact the IT Service and Support Centre.

Remember: Don’t check ‘Stay signed in’ when accessing from a public or shared computer.

 

Switching between Outlook Mail accounts

If you already have a personal Outlook account, you can easily switch between it and your RMIT student email account. To find out how to change profiles in Outlook accounts and switch between them, visit the Microsoft Support site.

 

Outlook Mail resources

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