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How Do I Access EagleMail Using a Web Browser?

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How Do I Access EagleMail Using a Web Browser?

 
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Log into EagleMail through myEOL

  1. Open your web browser, go to http://www.nccu.edu
  2. Click on Login to myEOL.
  3. Enter your NCCU Active Directory account, click Submit.
  4. Under Personal Assistant, click on the Email button.
  5. Congratulations, you are now in your EagleMail account!

 

Log Into EagleMail Directly

  1. Open your web browser, go to http://mail.eagles.nccu.edu
  2. Login with your NCCU Active Directory account.
  3. Congratulations, you are now in your EagleMail account!

 

List of Login Issues

  • Bad cookies in the web browser
    Cookies are used to store information in a web browser. Sometimes these cookies contain old or invalid data, causing various problems. Clearing your cookies can help resolve these issues.

    View our FAQs on clearing web browser cookies:
    http://www.nccu.edu/faq/faq.cfm?id=650
     
  • Expired password
    Passwords are required to be changed every 90 days. Depending on what NCCU resource you are using, you may not be aware your password has expired.

    Please visit the following page for updating your password:
    http://www.nccu.edu/faq/faq.cfm?id=78
     
  • Invalid characters in name
    Accounts with invalid characters will receive the message "This account cannot be accessed because the login credentials could not be verified". If you receive this message, notify our ITS Help Desk (helpdesk@nccu.edu or 919-530-7676).
     
  • Invalid username/password
    Ensure that you are typing the correct username and password.

 

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