Accounts control access to most systems at the Medical Center, Campus, and SFGH. Information on accessing email, MyAccess, VPN and the Medical Center Action Request Form can be found below. 

UCSF is implementing an automated process to create an Active Directory and Email account for new staff on their first day employment.
The UCSF email, calendaring, and contacts service; based on Microsoft's Exchange Online platform.
Use an ActiveSync connection on your mobile device to access your email, calendar, and contacts while you're on the go.
Access your UCSF email account through the feature-rich Outlook Web App (OWA) web mail client.
UCSF email security protects against spear-phishing and credential-phishing email attacks; it is part of comprehensive security threat analytics platform that provides protection against modern cyber attacks.
There are several ways to post a mass-mailing; server-based distribution lists (dl), listservs, personal distribution lists and mail merges. Here's a quick table to assist in determining which method works best for you.
Password management is crucial to ensuring access to all of your UCSF resources. This page shares tools and instructions to manage your Active Directory password, as well as links for help with other passwords.
The single form for access to most Medical Center systems.
Phish Alarm is a tool that is available to all users at UCSF. With the click of a button, users can report a phishing or malicious message. The “Report Phish” button is available for both PC and Mac Outlook Clients, as well as on Outlook Web Access ( .
The UCSF secure email solution is designed to help faculty, students, and staff safely send protected information to recipients.
SmartSheet is a cloud-based, collaborative project and task management tool that works like a spreadsheet. No restricted data (including PCI, PHI, PII, FERPA) allowed.
The [email protected] Password Reset Tool provides a convenient way of managing access to your email/computer account.
Active Directory accounts (commonly referred to as a computer or email account) are a Microsoft-based technology that provides a variety of networked services.
Resource accounts are used to create mailboxes that represent resources, such as conference rooms or equipment items such as projectors. Customers can then book these items via the calendaring feature of Exchange in much the same way that they invite fellow attendees.
UCSF ITS-hosted electronic mailing lists for the UCSF community; listserv owners must be UCSF faculty, students, or staff.
Protected wireless network service with an Active Directory (AD) account for faculty, staff, and students.
The Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a system which allows remote access to network resources normally only available at a UCSF location.
UCSF wireless networking services