UGA students, faculty and staff have free access to Microsoft's Lync — an instant messaging, video conferencing and online meeting tool useful for collaboration, especially for small group meetings. Lync is available with an individual's UGA account that is used to access UGAMail and other services. Microsoft will rename Lync to Skype for Business in 2015.
UGA students, faculty and staff can install Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for free on up to five devices with Windows or Apple operating systems. Office 365 ProPlus includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more.
UGA students, faculty and staff have free access to Microsoft’s OneDrive for Business to store, sync, share and collaborate on files under their UGAMail account.
Trouble Logging In? If you can access other MyID services but cannot access UGAMail, you may need to set up your secret questions on the MyID website.
Email Client Setup: Use Microsoft Outlook, Mac Mail, a cell phone, and more to check your UGAMail. Setting Up an Email Client
Never email a password or other sensitive information to messages that ask for such information. If you think you have sent sensitive information to a phishing scam, change your MyID password immediately at the MyID home page. For more details about phishing, see Phishing Awareness at UGA. If you must email or store sensitive information for an official reason, University of Georgia policy requires that it must be encrypted.