You might receive an e-mail from the library when:
- the loan period for a borrowed item is about to expire (not overnight or weekend loans)
- a reserved item or interlibrary loan is ready for collection
- we need to ask you about an interlibrary loan
- we have to inform you that a reservation will not be successful
- your account has been blocked
E-mail notifications are an additional service provided without any warranty. We cannot be held liable for non-receipt of an e-mail notification. The loan periods and the order/reservation status in InfoGuide is authoritative.
Where do I receive these e-mails?
If you’re a student we will only send e-mails to your University e-mail account, e.g. email@example.com or if you have switched over to GroupWise, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access your e-mail account with GroupWise Webaccess, or Webaccess optimised for smartphone or tablet displays or set up automatic forwarding to any e-mail address in GroupWise Webaccess: to do so, open the GroupWise page, click on the gears symbol in the upper-right-hand corner, then 'Optionen/Regeln/Typ Weiterleiten'.
Set up Forwarding
Set up automatic forwarding to any e-mail address in GroupWise Webaccess: to do so, open the GroupWise page, click on the gears symbol in the upper-right-hand corner, then 'Optionen/Regeln/Typ Weiterleiten'.
Another way for you to access your University-related e-mails on your computer, smartphone or tablet is by using an e-mail client such as Thunderbird to fetch the messages from your university inbox
E-mails for staff
University staff only receive their e-mails in their university inbox.