This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, September 18, 2017 09:37am
Retirees that are still using their GT Mailbox for GT business may keep their mailbox once they retire. The retiree will need to annually attest that they are still using this resource for GT business to maintain this service.
This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, May 15, 2017 11:22am
Students with published e-mail addresses who select an @gatech.edu e-mail address will have that address published in the Georgia Tech On-line Directory (http://directory.gatech.edu)
Faculty and staff will continue to have their firstname.lastname@example.org address displayed unless departmental policy allows publication of @gatech.edu aliases and their IT support the change to the employee’s published addresses.
This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, May 15, 2017 10:51am
Students lose access to their GT Office 365 Exchange mailbox after having been away from Georgia Tech for more than one full semester. Your GT Account will remain intact, but you will lost access to services such as Office 365 Exchange (mailbox), Office 365 ProPlus (installable Microsoft Office), Office 365 OneDrive for Business (cloud storage), Prism (on-premises GT disk space), LAWN (wireless), etc. after leaving Georgia Tech.
This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, May 15, 2017 10:54am
YES it will go away if you don't maintain your E-mail Forwarding for Life (EMFL) delivery mailbox. If mail starts to bounce, your EMFL service may be disabled. Once it is disabled, any mail sent to the email address will be rejected.
This FAQ was last modified on: Monday, May 15, 2017 10:58am
Alumni – for purposes of this policy, an alumnus/a is defined as any student who successfully completed at least one Georgia Tech credit course, and who leaves Georgia Tech in good academic and disciplinary standing.
Retirees – faculty and staff who retire from Georgia Tech.
Ex Faculty / Staff Members – faculty and staff who leave Georgia Tech prior to retirement are eligible for EMFL privileges.