Link your NetID to your WiscMail Plus account
Posted: 14:22:11, Sunday, Oct 6, 2013 Expiration: 14:22:11, Friday, Nov 15, 2013
Do you use both a email@example.com account and a WiscMail Plus account? You can make accessing your WiscMail Plus account more convenient and help ensure that both accounts transition smoothly to Office 365, just by linking your accounts.
Help facilitate a seamless transition to Office 365If you have a firstname.lastname@example.org account and a WiscMail Plus account, the Office 365 Migration Team may not be able to tell that both accounts belong to the same person. Linking your NetID to your WiscMail Plus account will allow us to see that both accounts belong to you, which will help us plan a migration that is convenient for you. If you use linked accounts to access a role-based account or another person's account that you need access to as a delegate, linked accounts will allow you to maintain this functionality after the transition to Office 365. For more information about the transition for Office 365, please see the Email and Calendar Transition site.
Ready to link your accounts now? You can find more information here: [Link for document 25497 is unavailable at this time.]
Make accessing your WiscMail Plus account more convenient
Tired of logging in to two accounts? Linking your NetID to your WiscMail Plus account allows you to switch accounts without logging out. You get to decide whether you want to set a default account or choose between your accounts each time you log in. Linking your accounts also allows you to access your WiscMail Plus account from MyUW.
- Switch accounts without having to log in again
- Set one account as your default or choose an account each time you log in
- Access your WiscMail Plus account from MyUW
For instructions on how to link your NetID to your WiscMail Plus account, please see: [Link for document 25497 is unavailable at this time.]
-- WiscMail: Jennifer Rado
Created: 21:42:34, Monday, Aug 5, 2013 (by Jennifer R.)
Updated: 01:58:27, Friday, Jan 13, 2017 (by Christina G.)