Update Your CampusID Password on Your Devices

Overview

When you change your CampusID password you will need to update your password on devices connected to your email account, and any devices you use to connect to CatChat 2x. There is no need to update your passwords if you access your email online using your web browser.

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Update Your Passwords

Update Windows Computers

Instructions to update your wireless password >

Update your Outlook Password

  1. Open your Outlook client.
  2. Outlook will automatically prompt you for your new password after you’ve changed it. In the box that appears, enter your CampusID and new CampusID password.


Update Mac Computers

Instructions to update your wireless password >

Update your Outlook Password

  1. Open your Outlook client.
  2. Outlook will automatically prompt you for your new password after you’ve changed it. In the box that appears, enter your CampusID and new CampusID password.

You can also preemptively change your password on Outlook clients connected to your email.

  1. Click Outlook in the top toolbar and select Preferences.
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  2. In the window that appears, enter your new CampusID password.
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Update iOS Devices

Instructions to update your wireless password >

Update your Outlook Password

  1. Tap Settings.
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  2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars under Settings , and then tap your PantherMail account.
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  3. Tap the Account field with your campus email address (Steps for Student Accounts and Faculty / Staff accounts are the same).
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  4. In the Password field, delete your old password and enter your new CampusID password, then tap Done.
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Update Android Devices

Instructions to update your wireless password >

Update your Outlook Password

NOTE: Because of the differing screens on Android devices, the screen shots below may vary slightly from your device, though the steps should remain similar.
  1. Tap the Settings icon.
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  2. Scroll down to the Accounts section and select your PantherMail account.
    NOTE: Your account might be labeled differently depending on your device. For instance, this device labels the PantherMail account “Corporate” because PantherMail is a professional, Office 365 account
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  3. Tap Account Settings.
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  4. Tap your PantherMail account.
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  5. Scroll down and tap Incoming Settings under the Server Settings section.
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  6. Delete your old PantherMail password and enter your CampusID password, then tap Done.
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