Setting Up Departmental Shared Mailboxes

Audience: Faculty and Staff

This KB Article References: Google Mail
This Information is Intended for: Faculty, Staff
Last Updated: August 11, 2020
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A Shared Mailbox in Google Mail is an inbox that functions similar to your @stonybrook.edu Google inbox, but up to 25 people can have access to it from a desktop browser. Shared mailboxes can be requested by faculty and staff for departmental or official student organization use.

Limitations

Shared mailboxes are similar to primary @stonybrook.edu Google accounts with these limitations:

Request a Shared Mailbox

If your department needs an email address that several people can read, respond to, and organize messages for from their desktop computers, a shared mailbox might be perfect. 

Once you have a shared mailbox, here's what's next:

  1. Mailbox administrators need to delegate access to themselves and other delegates
  2. Once delegated, delegates will need to access the mailbox to check/respond to messages

Request a Shared Mailbox

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