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Email at CUIMC

Everything about email at CUIMC, including getting started, setting up an email program, using email for groups and secure email.

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Web Outlook

Use your web browser to check your CUIMC email, calendar, and use online Office 365 apps from anywhere.

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myPassword

Instant account and password management for your CUIMC email and MC account. You can even check for a locked account!

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Connect to Wireless

How to use secure Mercury wifi, the guest network, and wifi locations on the CUIMC campus.

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VPN

Connect to the CUIMC secure network and its resources from off campus using Cisco AnyConnect.

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CUIMC Applications

A comprehensive list of common apps and programs and how to request access and help.

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Announcements

  • As of October 19th, Columbia University no longer allows automatic forwarding from @columbia.edu addresses to an external account such as Gmail.

  • Apple's latest operating system for Macintosh, OS 10.15 or "Catalina", has been released. As with most new operating system versions, we do not recommend updating immediately.

  • Having problems logging in to email or other programs? See our Account and Password FAQs.

  • As a reminder, setting automatic forwarding from your CUIMC email address is prohibited by University policy.

From the CIO's Desk

  • January 17, 2019

    I was recently asked to do an interview with the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization (FPO) about my vision for IT at CUIMC and what is on my mind. I am sharing my responses with the entire CUIMC community as I feel this represents initial thoughts on where we need to go. The broader theme in this discussion is that I am here to help, to listen, and to learn from everyone within CUIMC. It’s one of the main reasons for starting a blog – to give the entire CUIMC community a chance to interact with me directly and to hear my thoughts on technology...

    I was recently asked to do an interview with the Columbia University Irving Medical Center Faculty Practice Organization (FPO) about my vision for IT at CUIMC and what is on my mind. I am sharing my...

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  • February 19, 2019

    Communicating the IT strategic plan is one of the primary responsibilities of a CIO. Most importantly, the IT strategic plan should be seen as an enterprise-wide activity and not just an IT-centric exercise. IT should be an enabler for the strategy of the business and every IT tactic should tie back to a high priority of the business. At CUIMC, we are starting to build out our first ever strategic plan, and I ask you for your help and your thoughts.

    Communicating the IT strategic plan is one of the primary responsibilities of a CIO. Most importantly, the IT strategic plan should be seen as an enterprise-wide activity and not just an IT-centric...

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  • March 16, 2019

    I consistently will stress the need for project management in everything IT does. We will not use a one size fits all approach to project management, but use a suite of tools and common principles that we apply as appropriate depending on the scope, risk, and complexity of the project. Here is what I expect from every IT activity we do going forward.

    I consistently will stress the need for project management in everything IT does. We will not use a one size fits all approach to project management, but use a suite of tools and common principles...

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