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What is the difference between my JeffMail email login and my email address?

Your JeffMail email address is what you give to people when you want them to send you email. In JeffMail, email addresses are firstname.lastname@jefferson.edu. For example, Samuel.Gross@jefferson.edu.

If you have a very common name, you may find your initial is used, too, as in Samuel.D.Gross@jefferson.edu.

Your email login, also called your "Campus Key," is a private ID you use to enter your account when you want to check or send mail. It usually consists of your initials, or a first and last initial with an "x" in the middle, followed by 3 numerals. The Samuel Gross in the example above may login to his account as sxg001.

Email sent to sxg001@jefferson.edu will also be accepted, but it's easier on your friends to remember your name.




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