If you are using up most of the 50 GB allotted to you in your mailbox, Microsoft 365's In-Place or Online Archive is a good way of cleaning up your mailbox while still retaining archived messages. This feature needs to be requested by creating a ticket in the Enterprise Service Centre (ESC). on the Get Help page, choose End User Computing, Microsoft Office 365 Applications and Outlook.
The Help Desk supports the University of Toronto's institutional email services for Students, Faculty, Librarians and Staff. Under Other UofT Email Services, you can find information on other email services at the University of Toronto, not all of which are officially supported by the Information Commons Help Desk.
UTmail+ — UTmail+ powered by Office 365 is the comprehensive online e-communication and collaboration service for faculty, librarians and staff.
Alumni Email Services — As an alumni of the University of Toronto, you are eligible for an alumni account. If you graduated after June 2012, you are eligible for a UTmail+ alumni account (ends in @alum.utoronto.ca). Those who graduated before June 2012 can get a Gmail hosted alumni account (ends in @alumni.utoronto.ca).
Student groups — Email addresses are not available through central IT or Student Life. Societies and/or course unions wishing to have a U of T email account should connect with their local departmental contacts. Student groups should contact Ulife directly for guidance about communication tools available to them.
Other email services — Different departments and faculties have @something.utoronto.ca email address that they offer to students, staff and faculty. For example, Rotman uses @rotman.utoronto.ca If you need support with an email address other than @utoronto.ca, @mail.utoronto.ca, or @alum.utoronto.ca you need to contact the appropriate department/faculty.