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This is the mailbox system for students of the University of Stuttgart. With their RUS-Account students get a belonging e-mail adress according to the pattern abc12345@stud.uni-stuttgart.de respectively st123456@stud.uni-stuttgart.de .

Web-Interface of the mail service

Incomming Messages are collected in a mailbox and can be accessed via POP client. Alternatively an automatic forwarding to an existing e-mail address can be set. This FORWARD-option can be set via webinterface.

The mailboxes are limited to 50 MB. With an occupancy rate of 80% of the storage volume the user receives a notification. If the mailbox is full no further messages will be accepted and sent back to its sender.

Please note that although you can receive mail using a mail client worldwide, sending is only available within the university network. If you want to send mails from at home using a mail client you need to connect via VPN to the university network first.


Otions to access your mails

There are following ways to send and receive mails:

  • Webmessaging: https://mail.uni-stuttgart.de/webapp

    Via the webinterface you can receive and send mails worldwide. The maximum allowed size of a single e-mail is 4.5 MB. Here you can also create redirects and an address book. In addition, the interface provides auto-response functions and other features.

  • E-mail-mlient (POP3, IMAP und SMTP)

    For setting up a mail client you need the following data:

    SMTP-Server:   smtp.uni-stuttgart.de (STARTTLS Port: 587)
    IMAP-Server:    imap.uni-stuttgart.de (SSL Port: 993)
    POP3-Server:   pop3.uni-stuttgart.de (SSL Port: 995)

    ActiveSync:   mail.uni-stuttgart.de
    Outlook:        outlook.uni-stuttgart.de (Port: 237)
    ICal:              ical.uni-stuttgart.de (Port 8443)

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Configuration of various mail clients

Here are some instructions on how to configure mail clients. You can find the data required above. When using the computers in our pools, the mail clients installed are already configured.

For your own safety we recommend to use VPN both for sending and receiving emails.

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