How To Access Your MyLife Email Account

Tuesday, 5 January, 2021 - 13:21
Sakinah Samuels
Unisa

If you're a Unisa student or you're going to be one, your myLife email account is going to play a very important role in your higher education years. Here's how to access it.

If you're a Unisa student or you're going to be one, your myLife email account is going to play a very important role in your higher education years. Here's how to access it.

Every registered Unisa student receives a free myLife e-mail account for life. All you have to do is activate it. Once students have registered for myUnisa they can then access their myLife email account where important information is regularly communicated. 

Your myLife e-mail account is the only e-mail account recognised by Unisa for official correspondence to and from the university.

Before you do anything, you need to claim your myUnisa account, if you haven't already done so. Go to the myUnisa website and click on "Claim Unisa login". Follow the steps carefully.

How To Access MyLife Email Account

  1. Go to http://mylife.unisa.ac.za/login or click on the myLife email option on the login page. The page will direct you to Microsoft outlook. 
  2. Enter your UNISA email provided in step 6 and UNISA mylife password. 
  3. Then Click 'Sign in'.

Students are advised to log out of their myUnisa email account when they are done using it when accessing it through a public computer or device. 

You can access your myLife e-mail account from any network and from anywhere in the world. You just need internet access.

To learn more about your myUnisa account, click here.

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