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Accounts Management

After you have set up your accounts, you can log into the Computer Accounts Management Service (CAMS) at any time to manage the following:

Change Your Password Password Changes Icon

Clicking on the "keys" icon next to your name will reset your email and domain passwords (but not your password for DUNX1).

Reset Your Password

If you selected a security question when you set up your account, you can use it to retrieve a forgotten password by clicking "Forgot Password?" on the front page of CAMS to access the Password Reset Service.

If you did not set up a security question but remember your password, you may still log in and create one by following the instructions for How to Configure the Password Reset Service.

If you did not set up a security question and have forgotten your password, you must call the IRT Help Desk (215-895-2020) to retrieve it.

Personal Alias

Create your own personal alias to use as an email address or change the one that you are currently using at any time. This can be helpful if you'd rather not use your assigned user ID or official email addresses because they are too long or difficult for people to remember. It's all the same email account.

You must always, however, use your Drexel user ID to log into applications.

Review the Abuse and Suspension section under Accounts and Email Policies for more information about proper use of personal aliases.

Basic Email - Forwarding Forwarding icon

Click the "Forwarding" icon to choose how incoming email is handled:

  • Send all mail to your Drexel mailbox (this is the default action).
  • Forward all mail to a different email address.
  • Both: keep a copy in your Drexel mailbox and send a copy somewhere else.

Basic Email - Quota Disk quota icon

Click the "Disk quota" icon to check how much of your basic Basic Email 100 MB email storage is being used. Please review the Email Quota Policy for more information.

Note: Faculty and professional staff are given a Microsoft Exchange account, which offers larger email quotas and other features. Those who don't already have one (faculty and professional staff who picked up accounts prior to February 25, 2016) can request one via the Get Exchange online submission form.