Student Email - Webmail


Don't know your Username and Password? Look it up here

* Students have a 2GB quota for email.  If you are not receiving email, you can check to see if you are over quota by logging in to webmail, in the bottom left corner will show a percentage total of what has been used.

Add/Remove Email Forwarding

  • Note: When you create a forward to a different email address, you will no longer receive the messages in your account.
The University of Regina is not responsible for messages forwarded to another email address.
  1. Log into the email forwarding page
  2. From the drop-down box, choose create forward or delete forwarding.
  3. If forwarding, enter the email address you would like to have your email forwarded to.
  4. Click Send Request.

It is recommended that you add to a trust /safe list on the forwarded email account.

University of Regina Campus Email Lists

Students can subscribe or unsubscribe to a variety of campus email lists such as Events, Releases, Research, Classifieds, International, and Misc.

Go to

  • Click "Elective Lists" in the "Browse lists by category" box in the middle of the page.
  • Click the list name you wish to Subscribe to or Unsubscribe from.
  • Click "Subscribe" or "Unsubscribe" in the left side menu as desired. You will be prompted to input your email address.

Configuring Email on a Mobile Device or Third Party Mail Client

For PDF instructions for iOS or Android click the appropriate link.

  • Note: As of November 21, 2017, secure connections are required.

The following information is provided to enable configuration of unsupported IMAP clients:

SMTP server (Outgoing mail server)

  • Address:
  • Port: 587 with STARTTLS for encryption

IMAP server (Incoming mail Server)

  • Address:
  • Port: 143 with STARTTLS for encryption
  • Port: 993 with SSL/TLS for encryption

POP server (Incoming mail server using the pop protocol)

  • Only use POP if your mail client does not support IMAP for incoming email
  • Username: username
  • Address:
  • Port: 110 with STARTTLS for encryption
  • Port: 995 with SSL/TLS for encryption
When configuring email clients there is often a setting that controls the duration between checks for new email. This should not be set below 15-minutes as frequent checks from hundreds of clients puts a tremendous strain on the email server.