Cabrini sends much of its correspondence solely through email, including policy announcements, emergency notices, event notifications, bill-payment notifications, course syllabi and requirements, and correspondence between faculty and students. Some correspondence might be mailed only to the official Cabrini email address.
To pick up your email account (log-in and password), visit https://accounts.cabrini.edu.
Your Three Email Addresses
Cabrini creates two email addresses that go to one email inbox (you always log in with your username (e.g., abc123).
- your official email address, formatted as Firstname.Middleinitial.Lastname@cabrini.edu. (e.g., John.J.Smith@cabrini.edu).
- your email account username (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org).
- In addition, you are allowed one personal alias (e.g., email@example.com), which may be easier to remember, and you can set up email forwarding.
- Personal Email Alias - PDF
- Email Forwarding - PDF
Exchange Email for Employees
When staff have picked up an account, ITR will set up an Exchange account:
- access to public and departmental calendars listed on the Microsoft Exchange Server
- access to the Global Address List, which includes all the Exchange account owners at Cabrini
- off-campus synchronized email, folders, calendars and any rules applied
- easily delegate your calendar and/or email to another Exchange user
- ten times the amount of mail storage than regular Cabrini email accounts
To request a Microsoft Exchange account, send an email with your username, title and department to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Departmental or Group Email Accounts
Cabrini departments and recognized campus organizations may request an email account. The organization’s leader is personally responsible for the account.
Please provide the following information when requesting such an account:
- intended email address (e.g. email@example.com)
- account’s display name (e.g. Registrar at Cabrini, Cabrini Registrar, Registrar Office, etc.)
- This is what will show to recipients when sending emails from this account.
- For personal email accounts, this may look like “LastName, FirstName” or "FirstName LastName"
- The faculty or staff member who will be the owner/manager of the account
- responsible for maintaining and distributing account information
- keeps track of who has access to the account
- monitors what is sent/received
- changes the password when appropriate, especially for employee turnover
- If this is a request for a student group account, include proof of approval from the Vice President of Student Life.
To reset your password, log in at https://accounts.cabrini.edu.
Reset each of the two passwords separately using the little keys next to your account names.
To reset only your domain password from an on-campus computer, press the CTRL, ALT, and DEL keys simultaneously and select “Change a Password.”
Your Cabrini User ID (also known as a username) is the same for all Cabrini systems, but you have separate passwords for your CabriniOne and domain accounts, which serve different functions and have their own different password expiration policies.
CabriniOne password is used for:
- Cabrini Learn / CabriniVision
- Computers Accounts Management Service
- Cabrini Webmail Exchange email for faculty and staff
- Wired internet registration (ResNet)
- Photo Class List
Domain password is used for:
- Library databases off-campus
- Meal plan system (inside of CabriniVision)
- Logging into computers on-campus
- Wireless internet registration
- Online applications; downloading Symantec antivirus from the Cabrini website
- Network Storage / Mapped Drives using Filezilla
Business application users may also have a Banner or Web*Financials account, which has its own separate password.
Cabrini policy dictates that your domain password expire every 90 days, while your CabriniOne password does not expire.
For reasons of privacy and security, the password you choose should be as strong as you can make it.
- It should have a minimum of eight characters.
- It cannot begin or end with a number.
- It should contain a number or symbol in the middle of the password, surrounded by at least two letters.
- Aliens3 is not acceptable but Al1ens3a is, because the 1 breaks up the alphabetic string.
- The final 3 doesn’t count, because it does not interrupt the alphabetic string.
- It should NOT contain a string of characters which, read forward or backward, comprises your name, part of your name, your initials, a nickname commonly associated with your name (e.g., “jim” for “james”), your birthdate, or your social security number.
- It should NOT contain a string of characters which comprises an item listed in an unabridged dictionary, or in the “most cracked passwords” file.
- It should differ from all of your previous Cabrini passwords by at least three characters.