KSUmail (Outlook powered by Exchange) is the university’s email and calendaring solution for students, faculty, and staff. The service launched to the University on August 4, 2017, replacing Zimbra for faculty and staff and Gmail for students. Since that date, Zimbra had continued to be accessible in a read-only view. This read-only access was retired on December 1, 2017. Go to ksumail.kennesaw.edu to access your email.
The KSUmail service provides the University with industry standard email, calendar and appointment sharing, a unified directory, and many more important features, including:
- Increased inbox size: Faculty and Staff using KSUmail have a 50GB inbox size compared to Zimbra's 3GB default inbox
- Office 365: Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft’s suite of online enabled productivity applications, launched to campus alongside the new email service. KSUmail features helpful integrations with Office products.
- OneDrive: Office 365 includes access to OneDrive cloud storage and file sharing.
- Collaboration: Students, faculty, and staff are able to easily share calendars, appointments, and folders through KSUmail’s unified address book.