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Email provision for retired staff

A review is underway to look at the future provision of IT services, including email, to staff who have left the University.

Email addresses in the cam.ac.uk domain are allocated for the purpose of supporting the Collegiate University's activities. This includes supporting academics who continue to be academically active in retirement.

UIS has developed a proposed policy on eligibility for an @cam.ac.uk email address. You can download the policy proposal here:

Policy proposal

The proposal doesn't include anything that alters the validity of CRSids or the access rights associated with them, other than with respect to email addresses.

The Information Services Committee (ISC) will consider these proposals for the first time at its meeting in April. It will then publish its recommendations and seek feedback over a 2-month period after publication. The ISC will then make its final recommendations to Council.

Any concerns or comments should be addressed to  for the attention of the committee.

We will provide an update as soon as the review is concluded.


Last updated on 12 April 2021 following publication of the proposal on 9 April 2021.

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