Last Updated: 10/7/08
ADM, the faculty/staff email service that is most often accessed through Microsoft Outlook, has been upgraded to new hardware and a new release of Microsoft Exchange 2007. This site gives specific information about the launch of the new service.
How will I benefit from ADM upgrade?
This upgrade provides:
- a significant increase in the default storage quota to 1GB.
- a rich, redesigned web based email application (Outlook Web Access) that is very similar to the Outlook interface you may already use in your office. (https://webmail.adm.njit.edu)
- faster access to email and other content
- advanced security to help protect your email and computer
advanced features with Outlook 2007, you will also have the ability to:
- instantly search all your Outlook content
- create separate Out of Office response for NJIT community member and non-member email.
Please Note: If you are already using Outlook as your email client, you will not need to make any changes to your Outlook application's settings.
What occurred during the ADM upgrade?
- On the evening of October 9th, 2008, the process of migrating the faculty/staff email system will begin.
- Individual mailboxes will be migrated to the new environment over the next several weeks on a rolling basis between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The typical mailbox migration should take less than 30 minutes during which time mailbox access will be limited.
- Faculty and staff will receive an email notification one day prior to the migration of their individual mailbox. Please check your email frequently during the migration period, so that you will have advanced notice of your mailbox migration.
How do I access my email?
- You will not need to alter your method of accessing your email if you were already using Outlook as your email client.
- To use Outlook Web Access, you will need to visit it's new location- https://webmail.adm.njit.edu.
How do I configure a new computer to read my email?
If you want to configure a new computer to access your email please select your client from the following list for instructions on how to set up your application for the updated ADM service.
You can also access your email from any web browser by using Outlook Web Access (https://webmail.adm.njit.edu).
NJIT strongly recommends that members of it's community use Outlook to connect directly to the Exchange 2007 server. If you chose not to use Outlook 2003 or 2007, the following programs can be configured using a secure IMAP server.
General information on ADM is available on the ADM Email page.