SUNY Cortland uses Microsoft Exchange for email

All users have a personal email box, and many departments and groups have a shared email inbox.

All emails originating outside of the domain are tagged with a message warning the recipient that they should be cautious of clicking links and downloading attachments.

Attachments and links are scanned for known security risks using Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection

If you suspect you have received a phishing email, please forward the email to

Current known phishing campaigns can be viewed in the Phish Bowl


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Report Phishing
forward all suspected phishing emails to
Phish Bowl
The SUNY Cortland Phish Bowl is a webpage that displays examples of phishing emails seen by SUNY Cortland Systems Administrators. If you get a suspicious email but do not see it in the Phish Bowl, do NOT assume it is safe. There are many variants of every Phish, and new ones are sent each day. When
External Email Tagging
Some SUNY Cortland services use cloud systems which are not physically located on campus. In some cases it may be appropriate for these systems to be exempted from the "External" tagging because they are a trusted source.
SPAM Whitelist Request
Request to have an email domain whitelisted.