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E-mail Forwarding For Retirees and Faculty Emeritus


The University of North Florida (UNF) will provide e-mail forwarding services to retiring faculty and staff according to the following guidelines:

  • The service is available to faculty and staff (A&P and USPS) of the university that officially retire (i.e., receive FRS or ORP pension benefits) on or after June 1, 2003. The service is not retroactive and thus does not include employees who retired prior to that date. Only employees that retire from UNF are eligible. OPS employees are not eligible.
  • The service is provided on request. The request must be made in advance of employee’s final day of work by completing an ITS Request (ITSR).
  • The service provided is e-mail forwarding only. There is no e-mail storage space allocated. It is assumed that the retiree has or will acquire a personal e-mail address to which e-mail can be forwarded.  Exception: Emeritus faculty may continue e-mail storage space on a UNF server if they so desire.
  • Retirees agree to be subject to applicable university rules and policies regarding computer use and to comply with applicable federal and state laws. The service may be terminated for violations of any of the above.
  • The retiree is responsible for setting up forwarding to the personal e-mail address. Assistance by the university’s Help Desk is limited and is on a “best effort” basis.
  • No additional services such as use of network facilities or Internet access are implied nor are they included.
  • Retirees e-mail addresses will not be included in any global distribution lists such as all-faculty, all-a&p, or all-usps. 
  • Retirees may view University communication called Osprey Update (  For communication sent to students, click on the “Students’ button and to view information sent to faculty and staff, click the “Faculty & Staff” button. Retirees may also subscribe to the Osprey Update RSS feed by clicking on the orange icon at the top right-hand side of the web page (directly across from the date). To learn about using Internet Explorer 8 to read RSS feeds, visit