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How do I access my Viterbo University Email account?

Viterbo University provides a Web Outlook Client for all users.
To access your email account, navigate to the Viterbo University homepage and click on the “my VU” button. From the “My VU” age, click on the envelope icon as illustrated on the first page of this document, and then follow the instructions to log into your email account. Direct Link: http://www.viterbo.edu/email
If you log into our email system using Microsoft Internet Explorer you will encounter a website similar to the one shown below:

Outlook Webclient
You may use this website to check for new mail, to reply to and forward existing messages, or to start new messages. Near the pper right corner of the screen you will see a button labeled, “Options”. You may use this button to change your email signature, enable junk mail filtering, or to change your Viterbo password.

Faculty and Staff will also be able to use the Outlook Desktop Client on their University provided computer.



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How do I access my Viterbo University Email account?

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How do I access my Viterbo University Email account?

Viterbo University provides a Web Outlook Client for all users.
To access your email account, navigate to the Viterbo University homepage and click on the “my VU” button. From the “My VU” age, click on the envelope icon as illustrated on the first page of this document, and then follow the instructions to log into your email account. Direct Link: http://www.viterbo.edu/email
If you log into our email system using Microsoft Internet Explorer you will encounter a website similar to the one shown below:

Outlook Webclient
You may use this website to check for new mail, to reply to and forward existing messages, or to start new messages. Near the pper right corner of the screen you will see a button labeled, “Options”. You may use this button to change your email signature, enable junk mail filtering, or to change your Viterbo password.

Faculty and Staff will also be able to use the Outlook Desktop Client on their University provided computer.