1: Why is the Webmail by Google webpage not displaying correctly?
2: When I logged into Webmail by Google they prompted me to Switch Accounts.
3: If I already have a personal Gmail account can I merge them?
4: If I accidentally delete my mail can I recover it?
5: Will my Address book be migrated?
6: How can I create a shortcut to Webmail by Google from my browser?
7: How can I create a shortcut to Webmail by Google from my desktop?
8: What is the maximum attachment size in Gmail?
9: How do I sort my email?
10: What are the Gmail message sending limits?
11: What happened to my email folders?
12: How do I see email headers?
13: How do I turn off Web Clips?
14: How do I create an email template?
15: How do I add one or multiple email signatures?
16: How do I clean up my labels?
17: What happened to my folders under Inbox?
18: How do I setup desktop notifications?
19: How do I set my default reply-to address?
20: Where can I find more about Gmail?
21. How can I open my old Outlook email file (.MSG) that was saved to the hard drive with Gmail?
22. How do I open Outlook attachment sent to me in an email?
23. How do I set Gmail as my browser's default email client?
24. I can't share my calendar. What are the calendar sharing limitations?
25. Where can I found more about Tasks?
26. Where can I found out more about Google Groups as used at NJIT?
27: What username and password do I use to log into Webmail by Google web interface?
28: My UCID password isn't working. What do I do?
29: How do I check my mailbox quota?
30: How do I manage junk mail with Webmail by Google?
31: Where can I find information about Google security and privacy?
32: I turned on 2-step verification for my Webmail by Google account. What password do I use?
This problem is caused by Internet Explorer's compatibility view mode. To fix this problem, click Tools > Compatibility View Settings, and uncheck the bottom two checkboxes. Also make sure that google.com is not in the list. If that does not fix it, then uncheck all three checkboxes. If you are still experiencing problems please contact the IST HelpDesk.
To continue logging into your NJIT webmail by Google account click the Switch Accounts button.
No, it is not possible to merge your personal and NJIT Gmail accounts.
If you delete your mail from your inbox or any label you can recover it by moving the message(s) from the trash back into the inbox or label. A message will stay in the trash for only 30 days after which it is automatically deleted. If you delete your message from the trash it cannot be recovered.
Yes, your address book was migrated.
For more information on how to create a bookmark/favorite please click here.
(In Windows) Right click on your desktop, hover over "New" and click on "Shortcut", in the box underneath "Type the location of this item:" enter: "http://webmail.njit.edu" (without the quotes). Click next, then name it whatever you want. E.G. - "NJIT Email" and click finish.
The maximum attachment size in Gmail is 20 MB. Make sure all attachments are under this limit or they will not be received or delivered.
There is no way to sort email in Gmail. Search is a powerful tool for finding the email you need.
Please click here for more information on sending limits in Gmail.
Gmail doesn't use a folder system. Instead labels are used to group and organize messages. Labels are more efficient for organizing your email because conversations can have more than one label and they can be searched for by label name. Click here for more information on labels from Google. Click here for a Step-by-step guide for label management.
Email headers can be obtained by opening a message, clicking on the drop down arrow to the right of the email address, next to the reply button, and selecting the "show original" email item. A new window is opened with the complete message and the headers.
To turn off web clips click the gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen. In the drop down list that appears click "Mail Settings". On the new screen click the "Web Clips" tab. Uncheck the checkbox next to "Show my web clips above the inbox". The web clips will no longer appear.
Canned responses lets you set up default messages that you can select when composing or replying to a new message. For more information on canned responses please click here.
To have one or multiple email signatures in Webmail by Google, the best solution is to use canned responses from Google Labs. Canned responses lets you set up default messages that you can select when composing or replying to a new message. You can then select a canned response with the custom signature of your choice to start your message. For more information on canned responses please click here. And for information from Google on signatures, click here.
Gmail uses message labels instead of folders to identify message subjects. Folders in the old system will be recreated as message labels in the new system. The Inbox Label does not have sub-labels. If you had subfolders under Inbox before migration they are all listed as individual Labels. Some of your Labels have to be redone after migration because they are of the form: "Label/sub-label" (Click the Gear Icon in the top right corner of the web interface, click Mail Settings, then click the Labels tab to make corrections to your Labels structure)
The Inbox Label does not have sub-labels. If you had subfolders under Inbox before migration they are all listed as individual labels. Some of your Labels have to be redone after migration because they are of the form "Label/sub-label" (Click the Gear Icon in the top right corner of the web interface, click Mail Settings, then click the Labels tab to make corrections to your Labels structure)
For information on setting up desktop notifications please click here.
For information on setting up your default reply-to address please click here.
For more Gmail information please click here.
MSG files (files with extension .msg) can only be open by Outlook. You can use an online converter (http://www.coolutils.com/Online/Mail-Converter/) to convert the file to .HTML or .PDF format.
Email sent from Outlook as an attachment (.msg file) can only be opened by Outlook. You can save the attachment to your hard drive and use an online converter (http://www.coolutils.com/Online/Mail-Converter/) to convert the file to .HTML or .PDF.
Click here to install the Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer.
1. After you install the Google Toolbar click the wrench icon at the top right corner of your Internet Explorer browser to open the Toolbar Options window.
2. Scroll down to the "Web-browsing tools" section.
3. Select "Use Gmail for 'Mail To' links".
4. Click "Save."
You can share your calendar, but it's done differently now. An informational video can be found here for calendar delegation. There is a limit on how many users you can send your calendar to in one day. You can currently share your calendar with up to 75 users per day. If you'd like to share your calendars with more users, please wait 24 hours before trying again.
For more information about Tasks, please click here.
For more information about Google Groups as used at NJIT, please click here.
Your UCID and UCID password will be needed for Webmail by Google access
For information on UCID Password management, please visit the Password Management Website.
No worries. NJIT community members have unlimited email quota.
Your email will be "sanitized" by Google's spam filters. You cannot "turn off" Google's spam filter, but you may view and unmark messages as spam from the Spam label insideWebmail by Google.
For help with managing Junk mail with Webmail by Google, please visit the Webmail by Google Junk Mail Management Page.
Google Note: Do NOT enable any IMAP or POP3 junk mail filters in an email client. Gmail's spam filters also work in your IMAP client, and we recommend turning off any additional anti-spam or junk mail filters within your client. Your client's filter will attempt to download and classify all of your existing messages, which may slow down your client until the process is complete.
For frequently asked questions regarding Google security and privacy please click here.
If you have turned on 2-step verification on your Webmail by Google account, you will need to create an "Application Specific Password" for each device you use with Webmail by Google. For more information please click here.