Baruch Computing and Technology Center (BCTC)

Faculty/Staff Email Configuration Page

Mobile Device Configuration Guides
Android Devices - Email Setup Instructions
iPhone iOS7 - Email Setup Instructions
iPhone iOS6 - Email Setup Instructions
iPad - Email Setup Instructions
Blackberry - Email Setup Instructions


Windows OS Configuration Guides
Outlook Anywhere
Outlook 2010 IMAP
Outlook 2007 IMAP
Outlook 2003 IMAP
Outlook Express

Mac OS Configuration Guides
Outlook 2011 IMAP
Entourage IMAP
Mac Mail IMAP

** POP service is no longer supported.  As an alternative please use IMAP or the new Outlook anywhere which allows your personal workstation to access your e-mail account with no special restrictions.

IMAP Connection Settings

Server: mail.baruch.cuny.edu
Port: 993
Username: That which you use to log into a computer on campus
E-mail address: Firstname.lastname@baruch.cuny.edu
Password: The password you use to log into a computer on campus
SSL: ON/Enabled

A Note on the Out of Office Agent

If you set your out of office agent to be active, ANYONE who sends you an e-mail from a Baruch or non-Baruch e-mail address will receive an automatic response indicating you are out of the office. The message you specify will be included in the body of the message in the automated response.

Mobile Device Configuration Settings

The following settings provide the necessary settings for setting up most mobile devices.

Server name: async.baruch.cuny.edu
Domain: ACAD or BCTC
Username: That which you use to log into a computer on campus
E-mail address: Firstname.lastname@baruch.cuny.edu
Password: The password you use to log into a computer on campus
SSL: ON/Enabled

*Please keep in mind that when you password changes for logging into your computer, you must change your password on your smart phone device and/or e-mail client off-campus to prevent a disruption in service.

*Some phone providers have different ways to add/remove/edit e-mail accounts on your phone.  We have provided the most common way that we have seen with Verizon, Sprint and AT&T.  In some cases, users have had to contact their cell phone provider for assistance in modifying or adding an e-mail account to their device.