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Student Email Accounts

The Penn Law student email system is now hosted in Office 365. As a student, you will receive an email account that will follow you after graduation and beyond.

  • Lifelong addresses will use the format
  • In addition to email, students will also have access to a full featured Outlook Calendar.


Logging in to your Office 365 Email Account

You will be able to access your O365 email account via the Outlook Web App at Login using your new new email address ( and LawKey password.

Students can also access their Penn Law email from their mobile device. Please note that a passcode is required on the device. See instructions on ITS Online.

Prefer to forward your Penn Law email to an existing account?

You will be able to manage mail forwarding using the Outlook Web App ( Full instructions are available in this Support Article.

If you have enabled forwarding and are using a different email account, there may be instances when you want to send emails with your address. Many email providers allow you to send messages using a different From or Reply-to address.

You will need the following information to send email with your address through another email provider:

SMTP Server:

Port: 587 (Choose a secured connection using TLS)


The process is different for each email provider and service. Many free email providers provide send as functionality. Here are the instructions for Gmail.


Need Help?

Have questions about your account? Contact ITS at

For questions related to using the Outlook Web App, please see Using Email in Outlook Online


As we transition to this new system, please refer to your class specific support documentation below:



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