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Notre Dame of Maryland uses Microsoft's Office 365 email system for all students.

How to access your student email account at Office 365 for the first time

Navigate to gatormail.ndm.edu in your web browser.

Insert your user name and password under “Sign In”.

Your user name is the first initial of your first name, full last name and a number as provided by the college, followed by “@live.ndm.edu”.

Your initial password is the first initial of your first and last name in uppercase letters, followed by the last four digits of your social security number. (e.g. JD1234, not JDoe1234)

If using a public computer, leave both “Remember me on this computer” and “Remember my password” unchecked.

Click Sign in.

Type in the required information e.g. Birth year, alternate e-mail address, country/region

Click I accept.

“Use the blind and low vision experience” should remain unchecked unless necessary.

Select your language. Choose your time zone (GMT-5:00 is Eastern Standard Time). Click OK.

The system may take you directly to your Inbox, or request that you sign in again.

How to forward your Office 365 email to your personal email account

Login to your Office 365 account.

Click Contacts in the lower left corner.

Click New near the top of the screen.

Enter your first and last name as well as your preferred alternate email address.

Click Save and Close.

Click Options at the top right of the screen.

Select Organize email.

Click New..., and a box will appear on the screen.

Under "Apply this rule..." and "When the message arrives, and:", select "[Apply to all messages]".

Under "Do the following:", select "Redirect the message to...".

Click Select one.

Select Contacts in the left pane located under My Contacts.

Find and double-click your alternate email address on the list.

Click OK. The previous screen will appear.

Click Save. You will be back to the original window where your new Inbox Rule will appear. Any changes or new Inbox Rules could take up to a few hours to take effect.