UF Business Email
For all University of Florida workforce (Faculty, Staff, Employees, UAA, Shands & all other DSO’s) your business email, the email location where the University communicates to you, must be value@%.ufl.edu (Normally the “value” is your GatorLink ID).
Exceptions to this rule include:
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, @floridaproton.org and @flpoly.org
If you have an exception that needs to be added to this list please contact the IAM Team (BA-BridgesIAMADMIN@bridges.ufl.edu).
*All students must have a UF Business Email of GatorLinkID@ufl.edu.
Deliver-To Email Address
In order to meet legal and compliance obligations relating to security and retention of electronic records, the University of Florida prohibits the auto-forwarding of business-related electronic mail. The new General Counsel Policy was put forth Spring 2014, UFIT will provide support to help enforce new policy.
UF workforce will be able to set a ‘Deliver-To’ email address that follows the same guidelines as the above UF Business Email.
UF Business Email: email@example.com Deliver-To Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be able to make changes to your UF Business or ‘Deliver-To’ email address by going to my.ufl.edu > Main Menu > My Account > Manage UF Business Email or by contacting your Identity Coordinator.
For most users your ‘Deliver-To’ will be set to GatorLinkID@mail.ufl.edu, this is for your email to be routed into your exchange account. Until Webmail accounts are officially retired you should not edit your ‘Deliver-To’ address unless you have an external account, example: email@example.com.
*These new Business and Deliver-To Email rules will affect incoming workforce and those who wish to change either of these email addresses, all others that do not comply will be ‘grandfathered in’ until a future date.
UF Email Affiliations Table
Below is a table of UF affiliations and the email rules associated with each of them:
Questions or Concerns:
Contact the UF Computing Help Desk at (352) 392-HELP(4357) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also visit the General Counsel Frequently Asked Questions page.