GOOGLE APPS FOR EDUCATION
Google Apps for Education is Smith's supported platform for email, contact management, and calendar services.
This page provides links to documentation for Smith Mail, Contacts, and Calendar. Documentation for Google Groups, Docs, and Sites will be added soon.
|To log in to your Smith Mail account, open any browser, go to http://mail.smith.edu, and enter your Smith username and password.
On a generic (non-Smith) Google log-in screen, remember to add @smith.edu at the end of your username.
This page provides links to instructional materials used during the GroupWise-to-Google migration project at Smith.
Changing the background address on a personal Google Apps account
Scope and limits of ITS control over Smith Mail
Accessing Your Smith Mail Account From a Mobile Device or Email Client
Accessing your account from a mobile device
(iPhone, iPad, Android device, etc.)
Setting up your account using Apple Mail
Accessing your account using any email client that supports IMAP
(Thunderbird, Outlook, etc.)
Using iCal at Smith
iCal, the Apple calendaring program, is easy to integrate with Apple Mail and allows you to import events from your Smith Mail calendar. This document explains how to add the Smith Academic calendar to iCal.
Showing multiple Google calendars on an iPad
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Using Smith Mail
Smith Mail basics
Using the Search and Filter functions
Inserting foreign diacritics
Making Smith Mail the default email client in Chrome, Firefox, IE, or Safari
Forwarding your Smith Mail to another account
Transfering Smith Mail to another Gmail account using Thunderbird
Understanding Google's daily sending limits on mail messages and recipients
Sending specialized mail (bulk mail, formatted mail, email merge)
Using Smith Contacts
Smith Contacts basics
Sharing a personal contact group with other Smith users
Introduction to Smith Contacts (PDF)
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Did you know you can add the Smith academic calendar to your own Google calendar? Just open Google Calendar, locate the Add a coworker's calendar field under Other Calendars, and enter: academiccalendar
If you're a Mac user, you can also get the academic calendar for iCal.