To change your Church E-Mail password, do the following:
To recover your password, please contact:
Make sure you log out at the end of each e-mail session to protect the security of your email information. To end your session, click Sign out at the top of the page. Do not respond to messages asking for your personal information.
Only limited telephone-based technical support is available for Church E-mail. Before calling for technical assistance, please follow these steps:
Calls should be restricted to issues related to system access (i.e. password issues, etc.). Do NOT call the help desk with issues related to your Internet connection. These calls should be directed to your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
The Church E-mail system is based on Google's Gmail program. A vast amount of online help is available from Google by clicking Help in the upper right corner of your inbox screen. Go to http://mail.google.com/support to search for help.
Please note that the help section references feature that may not be enabled in Church E-mail. Features will be evaluated by the Church E-mail team as they become available and enabled based on functionality and need.
Your Church E-mail is designed to accommodate all your email needs using only a web browser. However, to configure your email client to use POP or IMAP, do the following:
Yes. The Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook is a plugin to Microsoft Outlook that synchronizes your email, contacts and calendar items to your new Church E-mail account.
Learn more on how to use and install the Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gappssync
Yes, you can use a mobile device with your new Church E-mail account. Most all major devices are supported.
To learn more and how to set up your device, go to http://www.google.com/mobile/sync/
Church E-mail includes many features that improve your email experience. Click on the links to find out more about how to use them:
Yes, Church E-mail includes calendaring. Below are just a few of the features:
The Church E-mail includes email groups and are based on Google Groups. They are user-owned groups that you can create to use as a mailing list or create a discussion forum.
To find groups or setup a group, login to your Church E-mail account and click on the Groups link in the upper left corner.
Learn more about Google Groups on the Groups Overview page. Support for Google Groups can be found on the Groups Support page. Please note that not all features listed in the support and help forums are available for Church E-mail Google Groups.
Learn more about the features of the Church E-mail at the Learning Center at http://www.google.com/support/a/users/, where you can find tutorials and videos on how to use Email, Calendaring and other features in Church E-mail.
Please note that the help section references feature that may not be enabled in the Church E-mail. Features will be evaluated by the Church E-mail team as they become available and enabled based on functionality and need.
The Church provides electronic messaging systems to conduct Church business and operations. The Church owns the contents of all Church messaging systems.Sending or forwarding inappropriate content is prohibited.
Sending or forwarding electronic messages that either contain or refer to material that is sexually oriented, offensive, fraudulent, harassing, intimidating, defamatory, threatening, abusive, or improperly discriminatory is prohibited. Such material is not only inappropriate, but may also be illegal, and sending such messages may result in disciplinary action against the user(s) involved.Personal use
Incidental and occasional personal use of Church messaging systems is permitted. Personal use of Church messaging systems for commercial or political purposes is prohibited, as is any use that is illegal or would bring unfavorable attention to the Church such as broadcasting personal views on social issues.Access security
Authorized users are responsible to maintain the security of electronic messages and accounts. Access must be secured by an appropriate password or PIN that meets minimum security standards.Messages related to legal proceedings
Messages pertaining to actual or threatened legal proceedings or government investigations will be retained, as directed by the Office of General Counsel, until the proceeding or investigation is concluded.