Email aliases look like email addresses, but they're essentially nicknames for an email account and do not have their own login and mailbox. Everyone with a Rutgers email address has at least one alias.
Students, graduates and retirees with a ScarletMail account have an email alias in the format NetID@rutgers.edu. It delivers to ScarletMail. Employees who have a ScarletMail account in addition to their Rutgers Connect account do not have an email alias for this account.
Current Rutgers employees also have an alias in the format NetID@rutgers.edu, but it delivers to their Rutgers Connect account. Camden employees have a second alias in the format NetID@camden.rutgers.edu, and the Rutgers Connect email system uses this as the sender's address in messages.
It's also possible for you to set up a custom alias in the format firstname.lastname@example.org. See the related question for details.
To see your primary email address and aliases associated with it, go to NetID Managmenent & Service Activation and visit the Manage Email Addresses link.
Last updated June 6, 2018
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