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How do I access my email?

You can read your Jefferson email from any computer with Internet access.

There are links to email on both JEFFLINE and Pulse; the university uses JeffMail and the hospital uses JeffNet email. The JeffMail system will support mail clients such as Outlook and Mac Mail. All university users can also access mail at http://jeffmail.jefferson.edu.

For JeffNet onsite email access from our network use this link: http://jeff.tjuh.net/wps/portal. It is available off the Hospital Intranet site http://tjuh.jeffersonhospital.org.

For offsite access to Hospital JeffNet Email you would need to have a RAP (remote access portal) account. Logon to RAP and then select the Jeffnet link on the main RAP page titled "JeffNet Email and Calendar System". All RAP traffic is encrypted.

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