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Adjuncts: Email Forwarding Account

All Adjuncts, Lecturers, and Visitors receive a Penn Law email address that forwards to their personal or work email account (e.g. Gmail). We do not provide full email accounts, we only provide a forwarding address.

Your address was created at the same time as your LawKey account and was included in the activation email message you received. Your address is in the following format:

Change Where Your Email is Forwarded

You can use the PLEAS (Penn Law Email Accounts and Settings) tool to manage your email forwarding account. Visit PLEAS at and choose Email account to change your delivery address.

You can have your email forwarded to as many as 3 addresses.

Send As Your Penn Law Email Address

When sending emails for official Penn Law business, you may want to send emails with your address. Many email providers allow you to send messages using a different From or Reply-to address.

The process is different for each email provider and service. Please see below for guidance on common services.

  • Company/Firm Email Accounts: The ability to send as another address through your firm's email account may be controlled by your company's IT policies. Please check with your IT staff for instructions on sending as another address.

  • Free Email Providers (Gmail, Microsoft Live, Yahoo, etc...): Many free email providers provide send as functionality. You can access Gmail's instructions here.

Don't Like Your Email Address? Create a Fullname Alias

You may also have a full name alias, often in the form Emails sent to your fullname alias will be delivered to the same place as your primary address. To read the guidelines and select/change your full name alias, go to PLEAS. Please note that all aliases are subject to approval, which takes up to three business days.

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