What is My Email Address?
The standard format for an account is the first two letters of your first name followed by your last name. Example: John Smith is firstname.lastname@example.org. You cannot change your JTS username. Please contact the JTS Help Desk by email at email@example.com or at (212) 678-8901 if you have any questions.
Setting Up Another Email Client to Download JTS Mail (Mail, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, etc.)
Want to use another email program to receive your JTS email messages? If so, you'll be asked to designate a new incoming (POP3) and SMTP server. Here are the basic server settings for JTS email:
|Ex.jtsa.edu (Use SSL, port: 995)|
|We do not provide an SMTP server, please contact your internet access provider for this information|
|The standard format for an account is the first two letters of the individual's first name followed by the individual's last name. Example: John Msith is firstname.lastname@example.org (exactly the same as your Blackboard account)|
|Email Address||Your JTS email address (e.g., email@example.com)|
|Password||Your password consists of your first name + the last 4 digits of your student ID (exactly the same as your blackboard account)|
Your other email program will give you the option of either deleting your message from the JTS server after downloading them, or leaving them on the JTS email server so you can see them online in your account, too. Please remember that your mail quota is 300mb. If you have any questions or problems, please contact Support at (212) 678-8901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Setting Up Other Mobile Devices to Download JTSA Mail
While we fully encourage students to use their email accounts in any manner they choose, we do not provide technical support for setting up your mobile device. We will, however, provide the instructions on this page and it is then the students' responsibility to configure their devices. If you need any further support, please contact your wireless provider.
|SMTP||We do not provide SMTP for our users. Please use the server provided by your ISP||--||--|