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Law Mail is USC Law's free webmail service, powered by Google. It comes with built-in Google search technology and 2 gigabytes of storage. You can keep all your important messages, files and pictures forever, use search to quickly and easily find anything you're looking for, and make sense of it all with a new way of viewing messages as part of conversations. If you've ever used Gmail before, you will be instantly familiar with Law Mail.
You can also easily send mail to anyone using Lawmail by taking advantage of our Global Contact Book. Click below to view an online video tutorial.
Simplify. Organize. (And relax.) Organizing your schedule shouldn't be a burden. Presenting our free online shareable calendar service, powered by Google. Now it's easy to keep track of all your life's important events - both inside and outside of the law school.
Using Google Calendar, you can add events and invitations effortlessly, share with friends and family (or keep things to yourself), and search across the web for events you might enjoy. It's organizing made easy. Click the link below to view an online video tutorial on Calendar Sharing.
Docs & Spreadsheets is a free web-based word processing and spreadsheet program powered by Google that keeps documents current and lets the people you choose update files from their own computers. You can, for example, coordinate your student group's homework assignments, access your family to-do list from work or home, or collaborate with remote colleagues on a new business plan.
Click the link below to view an online video tutorial on Sharing Docs & Spreadsheets with other Lawmail users.
We have created an online video tutorial that gives you step-by-step instructions on importing contacts from Microsoft Outlook to your Lawmail account. Click the link below to view.
Too many email accounts to keep track of? Worried that you'll miss an important message from the main campus? Worry no longer! Click the link below to view an online video tutorial on setting up mail forwarding from you usc.edu mail account. Now all your emails will be in one centralized location that is easy to use and navigate!
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Students have always asked why they don't have a Law e-mail address and we figured, it's time they did!
Why lawmail is better than @usc.edu:
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Among the features that were previously unavailable are calendaring and document sharing. There's even a built-in instant messaging feature! To find out more, please attend one of our three Lunch Lawmail sessions. Sign up here: http://mylaw.usc.edu/?page=gSignup.cfm
Fill out the form located on this website (http://mylaw.usc.edu/?page=request.cfm) and the Computing Services staff will migrate all of your USC e-mail for you. It will take at least one business day and you will be contacted once the migration is complete. You can, however, still login to lawmail while the migration is taking place.
To do so, go to the lawmail website (http://lawmail.usc.edu/) and look for the first item under the Helpful Tutorials, which is titled Importing Contacts. That tutorial will show you how to import your contacts from Outlook.
You can set up lawmail to retrieve e-mail from other accounts that have POP access enabled. Some of the free services do not offer this type of access. When you're logged into lawmail, click Settings, then Accounts, then look for the "Get mail from other accounts" section and click Add another mail account and follow the instructions.
Again, it depends on whether or not your mail service offers this option (Hotmail does not). Yahoo, for example, requires you to upgrade (i.e., pay) to Mail Plus to be able to do this. You can, however, set up your lawmail address as the reply-to address. You can also set up lawmail to send e-mails as another e-mail address.
When you're logged into lawmail, click Settings and then look for Signature. Type what you'd like as your signature in box and make sure you click the Save Changes button at the very bottom of the page!
When you're logged into lawmail, click Settings and then look for Vacation Responder. Type what you'd like as your vacation message in the box and make sure you click the Save Changes button at the very bottom of the page!
Login to lawmail (http://lawmail.usc.edu) and click Settings in the upper right-hand corner. Then, click Accounts. To the far right of your e-mail address, you'll see an "edit info" link. Click that and a window pops up where you can type in the desired name. Make sure to click "Save Changes" when you're done!
Yes, you can! One time, and one time only, if you prefer to go by a nickname, diminutive form of your first name, or even your middle name, we will change your username for you! To submit this request, go to: http://mylaw.usc.edu/?page=changeRequest.cfm
The new username, however, must still follow the naming convention of firstname.lastname.gradyear.
Yes! And it's built-in to lawmail! All spam will be automatically sent to the Spam folder and is automatically deleted after 30 days.
This service is being provided by the USC Law School as the primary e-mail/collaboration system for eligible students. University policies could apply to the service.
By default lawmail (@lawmail.usc.edu) services are not publicly available. Users can personally configure each tool to meet their specific needs. Information can be protected by only granting access to trusted individuals. Please exercise caution when sharing information with others for added protection.