There are three different UEA Webmail login pages available and you must select the appropriate service from Webmail.UEA.ac.uk to be authenticated properly.
The University of East Anglia recommends you never send your information in your email and not to share your UEA credentials with anyone.
Start a secure session by visiting https://webmail.uea.ac.uk/ in your web browser and selecting one of the three UEA Webmail login portals that are available to students, faculty, and staff.
Call the Helpdesk at 01603 592345 should you have any problems signing in to your webmail or use the online password reset at http://www.uea.ac.uk/password to attempt yourself.
The Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA for short) requires a IT assigned user name that ends with @uea.ac.uk and a password to be entered. A url for this is found below in the resources.
The Office 365 url is for all users that have been migrated over to the new platform and requires the standard log on to authenticate and check email messages from university communications.
The third email service from East Anglia is a anti-spam system for protecting your inbox from spam emails sent to your account. The filtering system allows you to use the software to black irrelevant mail from being delivered to your student message center.
Use your UEA Webmail login off campus from home or work by having cookies enabled on your web browser. This is a requirement for a successful logon in the system.
Being in the top ten of all UK universities, the University of East Anglia supports email for students and faculty on campus and in online studies.
On campus students are located in Norwich Research Park, with many enrolled in plant sciences, health concentrations, and several fields of environment specialisations.
Communicating with instructors requires you to use your UEA Webmail login daily while enrolled in classes that are active.