YNU Mail uses Microsoft's "Office 365" and can use the following services in addition to the mail function.
The content of the service provided may differ depending on the user. See the user's system permit table (Japanese) for more information.
This is the email address given to all students that can be used during enrollment.
This is a faculty member’s account and email address that you can use while in office.
This is an account for inquiries and various contacts used by faculty and staff.
Click here for how to apply
For other limits, see Exchange Online Limits.
This is a method to strengthen authentication and prevent unauthorized login by performing "additional authentication" in addition to "authentication by ID and password".
To use your YNU email account, you need to set up multi-factor authentication.
* If you can't reconfigure MFA yourself (that is, you can't authenticate using both phone and app methods), please check here.
If you want to use an app that does not support multi-factor authentication, you need to set the created app password.
Follow the steps below to create and set a new “App Password”. Also, use it appropriately for each of multiple applications.
Delete the app password of the app you no longer use.
You can give a name to the password you created. You can use this name to manage passwords for each application.
By registering your contact information in advance, you can reset your password by yourself even if you do not know your password.
* If you have not set self-password reset and have forgotten your password, please check here.
Click [ Settings (Gear icon) ] > [ View all Outlook settings ] to display the detailed settings screen and use various functions.
Set the forwarding address in [ Mail ] > [ Forwarding ] > [ Enable forwarding ] in the settings.
Check the “Keep a copy of forwarded messages” checkbox to have the mail delivered to your Inbox.
Add redirect rule in [ Mail ] > [ Rules ] > [ Add new rule ] of Configuration.
Set in[ Redirect to ].
If you do not need the classification function, please change the setting.
If the email is classified in the “junk mail” folder
When you receive an e-mail, it may be automatically identified as junk mail and moved to the “Junk Mail” folder.
Please check your “Junk Mail” folder.
If it is not spam, you can click [Not Spam] to prevent it from being sorted into your junk mail.
In addition, to avoid being judged as junk mail, you can set the mail not to be moved to the [Junk Mail] folder or register the recipient in the white list method from the mail options menu.
Back up using the application version of Outlook.
(If Outlook is not installed on your PC, you will need to install it.)
Due to the specifications of Office365, users cannot change the display name of YNU mail by themselves.
If you wont to change the display name, please apply using the form below.
Changes will be made within approximately one week after the application is accepted.