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Phishing Scam Alert

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NEVER DISCLOSE YOUR EMAIL PASSWORD.

"Phishing" attacks have targeted Penn and several other universities. In these attacks, faculty, staff and students receive a fraudulent email message and are asked to reply with their email username and password. Do not reply.

Using a personal GMail account for your SAS Email

If you are not using Google@SAS but instead forwarding your SAS email to a personal GMail account (e.g.  ben.franklin@gmail.com), there are a few things you can do to improve your experience.

Email Service Comparisons

SAS students can choose to forward their email to any service provider of their choosing.

Forwarding Your SAS Email

SAS students can forward their SAS email to an account of their choosing.  Here are some things that you should consider when forwarding your email

SAS Webmail FAQ

Below are a few of the most frequently asked questions about the current version of SAS Webmail.

Resetting Your Mail.sas Password

If you have think you have forgotten your mail.sas password, remember that passwords are case sensitive (i.e., uppercase and lowercase letters make a difference).

Creating a SAS Email Account

To create your SAS Email account, you must first obtain a PennKey and PennKey password.

 

Shell Access to Facstaff.SAS for Reading Mail or Hosting Web Pages

You can use a terminal emulator like SecureCRT to gain shell access for reading your facstaff.sas account email and for editing personal webpages.

Resetting your facstaff.sas password

If you have think you have forgotten your facstaff.sas password, remember that passwords are case sensitive (i.e., uppercase and lowercase letters make a difference).

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