How Do I Read Email at SEAS?
Email for all new SEAS accounts will be available via Google@SEAS by default.
Google@SEAS must be activated by setting an initial password at the Google@SEAS Account Management page:
Existing users who are not reading email at Google@SEAS can do so by clicking on the Turn on Google@SEAS forwarding button.
After setting a Google@SEAS password, log on at:
Please note that Google Inbox is not available to Gmail@SEAS users.
SEAS Webmail is available for users whose email is hosted on SEAS servers at:
Graphical clients are available on all lab systems and for free download from Penn Computing.
Please visit the iPhone Mail Configuration article for more information.
Other Mobile Devices
If you have another mobile device please use the General Mail Configuration article.
The clients in this section require you to log into Eniac's Unix shell. For information on logging in, please see How Do I Log Into Eniac?
Mutt is a text-based email client for Unix-like systems and is preconfigured on SEAS servers such as eniac. When logging into your eniac account to read mail and in general, be sure to use SecureCRT or SSH (not telnet) to connect to eniac. Don't forget to log out of your account when you are done.
To start Mutt, type mutt at the Eniac command prompt.
For additional documentation on using Mutt, see: http://www.mutt.org.
Pine is not widely used, but provided for those who already know how to use it and is minimally preconfigured on SEAS servers such as eniac. Pine is less customizable than Mutt but is more user-friendly with its menu-driven format and clear instructions at every screen.
To start Pine, type pine at the Eniac command prompt. Note that the program actually installed on SEAS servers is Alpine, the successor to Pine.
For documentation on using Alpine, see: https://www.washington.edu/alpine/.
Other Mail Clients
If your mail client is not listed above, you can use the general mail settings to setup your client.