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Most of the university email policies that I have seen, including the University of Mississippi's email policy, address what you can and can't do with your university email account (personal use, spam, attachments, harassment, expectations for privacy, etc.).  Are any of you aware of any public university email policies that say employees *** must *** use their university email accounts for all university business?   If yes, then can you share the language?   I am especially interested if this was a university-wide mandate or set and enforced for certain scenarios only.  Thanks in advance for any information you can provide. 

Kathy Gates
Chief Information Officer
300 Powers Hall
University of Mississippi
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F. X. Moore III, Ph.D.

Vice President for Information Technology, CIO and

Chief Privacy Officer

Longwood University

201 High Street

Farmville, VA 23909


(434) 395-2034 (voice)

(434) 395-2035 (fax)


Longwood University will never ask for your password. Don't ever divulge your password to anyone.


Hi Kathy, see attached.  It may be a little more generic than what you are looking for...  Hope it's of some use...

Patrick Laughran

Associate Vice President for Technology and Chief Information Officer

508/626-4048 w 508/626-4947 (fax)


Framingham State University

100 State Street w PO Box 9101 w Framingham, MA  01701-9101