Getting Started with Webmail


This article covers how to log on to Webmail (aka "Outlook for the Web") and contains links to learning resources.


You can access your e-mail using WebMail, also called "Outlook for the Web", from any networked device using most web browsers.

How to Log On to Webmail

Log on with your full email address ( format) and password to log into Webmail:

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  • From the Middlebury campus home page, press the End key to skip to the bottom of the page, then click Webmail in the Quick Links section.

How To Use Webmail

  • Get Help with Outlook on the Web -- Microsoft's documentation covering all aspects of Webmail use, including Mail, Calendars, People, and Tasks. Be sure to scroll down to see the many resources.
  • Outlook on the Web Essential Training (2 hr 25m, Feb 2022) -- Explore this course offered through our LinkedIn Learning subscription.  Log on with your Middlebury email address and password when prompted.

Webmail Light

The light version of Webmail has a simplified layout and fewer features. Creating and maintaining e-mail rules, for example, is not supported.

Note: Changing the setting to request the "light" version of Webmail does not work with many browser/platform combinations. The most reliable way to obtain the light version of webmail is by use of this link:



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Email is an electronic messaging service available to all Middlebury faculty, staff and students