Admin Systems Migration
Introducing PrideMail powered by Google
PrideMail is the new Springfield College email system offering the following features:
- Fully web-based system powered by Google
- Easy to access from iPhone, Android, and other common mobile devices
- All PrideMail addresses will end in "@springfieldcollege.edu"
- 25 times the storage capacity of the previous SC webmail system
- PrideMail can be accessed from PrideNET without logging-in a second time
- Includes access to Google Apps, including Calendar, Documents, and Sites
- When will I begin using PrideMail?
- How do I access PrideMail?
- Where can I learn more about accessing and managing my PrideMail account?
- How do I change my PrideMail password or challenge questions?
- What happens to the emails from my @spfldcol.edu account when I begin using PrideMail?
- Can I manage any other email accounts through my PrideMail account?
- Can I have PrideMail and another Gmail account open at the same time?
- Can I access PrideMail using my iPhone, Android, or other mobile device?
- How much storage space do I get with my PrideMail account?
- What Google services are available to use with my PrideMail account?
- Can I still email a professor / student / staff member through PrideMail if I don't know their email address?
- Will my (calendar, address book, etc.) on my mobile device sync with my PrideMail account?
- Will I get to keep my PrideMail account after I leave Springfield College?
- I am a faculty or staff member. Should I do anything to prepare for the migration to PrideMail? - NEW
PrideMail has been available to Springfield College students since September 5th, 2011. Faculty and staff will begin using PrideMail in mid-December, 2011. Technology Solutions will provide faculty and staff with additional details on the move to PrideMail in the coming weeks.
PrideMail should be accessed by logging into the PrideNET portal, selecting the top ‘PrideMail’ tab and clicking on the ‘Access PrideMail’ link.
PrideMail is a feature of your Springfield College PrideNET account. Please visit our PrideNET account management support page for detailed instructions on accessing and managing your account.
PrideMail is a feature of your Springfield College PrideNET account. Please visit our PrideNET account management support page for instructions on changing your PrideNET password or challenge questions.
Emails sent to your student @spfldcol.edu email address after September 5, 2011 at 8pm will be forwarded to your PrideMail account for a period of time. Your @spfldcol.edu account will remain available, so that you can manually forward any emails you would like copies of, to your PrideMail address (@springfieldcollege.edu).
Yes. PrideMail features an option to sign-in under multiple Google accounts. Please visit this link for more information on this feature.
Yes. Please contact the Technology Solutions Center at 413-748-4872 for assistance setting up PrideMail on your mobile device.
Your PrideMail account has 7.5GB of storage space. This is more than 25 times the amount of the previous Springfield College mail system!
PrideMail powered by Google currently supports Google Gmail, Contacts, Calendar, Google Docs, Sites, and Google Talk. Additional services may become available at a later date.
Yes. PrideMail features the ability to search on any part of a Student, Faculty or Staff name and returns the address book listing meeting that search criteria for all active Springfield College email addresses. You may also find a Student, Faculty or Staff email address by creating a new message and then typing the name of the person you wish to contact in the "To:" field (typeahead feature).
This feature is currently being tested and will be available soon. Be sure to visit this site regularly for updates on new features and their release dates.
Yes. Once you are given a PrideMail account, it will remain active, even after you leave Springfield College.
Faculty and staff will be provided detailed instructions on preparing for the transition to PrideMail during the coming weeks. One thing all faculty and staff can do today is to enable synchronization of their Lotus Notes local address book with their webmail contacts.