From the KnowledgeBase
Account management for Exchange e-mail users: how to set or change your account passwords, update your contact information, check account quotas, set a vacation message, enable spam filtering or request an e-mail restore.
See the Account Activation page
upon creation of your netID and your e-mail account at Princeton. You must first activate your account and set a secure password.
See the Account Management
to achieve any of the following options:
Set or change your Exchange password - Use the P-Synch password management
facility to set or change your Exchange password (referred to as your Domain
Change your contact information in the LDAP directory - Change your
listed contact information in the campus directory. This facility is limited
and changes may require contacting the Housing Department or Human Resources.
Check your quota - This page will display quota information for your
Exchange e-mail account as well as your Unix account. If you are over quota
in any account, you have the options of removing some of the contents of
the account or purchasing additional quota.
Set a vacation message - The vacation message feature is useful when
you plan to be away. On this page, you will find instructions for using
Outlook’s Out of Office Assistant to set an auto-reply to your
Set additional e-mail delivery addresses - Where is your mail going?
This page is for forwarding your e-mail to another address temporarily or
permanently. Click on "Change Entry" for full instructions. You can have
your mail delivered to two locations (your Princeton Exchange Inbox and another
account) if you so choose.
Manage spam - allows you to configure spam settings for your e-mail
Manage your e-mail folders - Use this page to find instructions for
viewing your e-mail folder sizes. You will be able to see a list of your
mail folders and the amount of space they are using in your Exchange account.
This is very helpful when troubleshooting over quota messages.
- Restore deleted e-mail messages - If you have mistakenly deleted e-mail messages, it may be possible to restore them. This page provides instructions for restoring messages that were expunged from your Deleted Items folder within the past 30 days. Messages deleted more than 30 days prior to the restore attempt are irrecoverable.