New Google Storage Limitations
Google recently announced a new storage model that will end unlimited storage for K-12 and higher education communities in 2022. Learn more about this change and how to prepare and migrate your data.
Forwarding Your Mail with Gmail
You are encouraged to use the campus-provided Gmail service, but if you prefer to use a different email service, you should change your email delivery location using CU Boulder Identity Manager. If you want to consolidate a personal Gmail account with your CU Boulder Gmail account, you may use the Check emails from other accounts help page. The email client configuration instructions below can be used to help you to manually move messages from one Gmail account to another.
The core applications that all campus affiliates receive are Gmail, Calendar, Groups, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites.
Students and some other affiliates (not faculty and staff) receive Gmail as their default email application.
In addition to the core applications mentioned above, CU Boulder has enabled many other applications that are not considered "core" by Google. For a descriptions and help information for all campus enabled applications please visit the Google Application Descriptions page.
*Note: Not all Google provided applications are enabled on the CU Boulder campus, due to a variety of factors. For more information on these factors, please visit the Enabling Google Applications for CU Boulder page.
OIT Help Docs
- Android Gmail Configuration
- Gmail - Configure Apple Mail macOS 10.7 and Newer
- iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) Gmail Configuration
- Thunderbird Gmail Configuration
- Gmail - Configure Windows Mail with Gmail
Google Help Docs
For information on the core applications, visit the following web pages:
- Using Gmail
- Using Inbox by Gmail
- Using Calendar
- Using Google Hangouts
- Using Google Groups
- Using Drive
- Using Google Shared Drives
- Using Drive File Stream
- Using Google Docs
- Using Sites
Google Workspace Accessibility
CU Boulder is committed to providing help information and assistance with campus services for all users, including those with accessibility concerns. Google Workspace accessibility considerations, information for content creators, information for content consumers, alternatives/workarounds, and more can be found on the Google Workspace Accessibility page.