Unfortunately, such function is not available in the current mainstream of all mobile email apps. Even for Microsoft Outlook Apps, it is officially raised as a wish functional requests and we will provide any update as soon as it does any related update. For now on, the possible way to use mobile to send as […]
UM members might not be able to know the student identity by simply looking at the email address. For all students on UM@Connect, a footnote will be automatically appended to the bottom of all the emails sent from UM@Connect to the UM email address “@umac.mo” and UM@Connect email address “@connect.umac.mo”. For other email addresses, nothing will […]
The UM@Connect email alias is an alternate email address that delivers mails to UM@Connect email account. An alias can provide users with a more meaningful email address for external communication. Then, the email address becomes easier to read, write, and remember. For example, suppose your name is Jacky, Chan Tai Man and your User ID […]
No, your email alias cannot be changed.
You need to do the following steps every time you send an email: In the window of “Write a new message”, right click on the original “From” and then select “Remove”. Enter your email alias and the email sent will use it as the sender.
After you successful register an email alias, it will automatically be associated with your UM@Connect account in 4 hours. All the email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will delivery to your UM@Connect mailbox.
You will be notified when you register an email alias.
No. The email alias is only for email purpose. You must use your user ID (ex. ab12345) to login to the services, such as UMMoodle, ISW, Computer Room, etc.
You can apply an email alias by login https://account.icto.umac.mo/. Go to the Email Alias (UM@Connect) block and click “More”. Enter the email alias which you would like to apply and click “Submit”. If the email alias is accepted by the system, please wait about 4 hours for data synchronization. After 4 hours, please enjoy!
This is the differentiation of an email alias from a user ID.