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from the Harvard Alumni Association
OCTOBER 26, 2023

Your @post.harvard.edu email forwarding address will be automatically moved into Harvard’s new and improved forwarding service in early winter 2024. We will be back in touch with a more specific timeframe in a few months.

There’s nothing you need to do to prepare for this change — we simply wanted to make sure you knew that an improvement to the existing technology is coming soon!

Your @post.harvard.edu email will stay exactly the same and the email account to which your forwarding address is connected will not be changed. You will also be able to continue making updates to your email forwarding address through your Alumni Directory Profile, as you always have.

The only change you might notice is an improved email forwarding experience. Once your email address migrates, you should see a significant reduction in bounced emails, spam, and phishing inquiries.

We wanted to make sure you had this update as soon as possible but we will reach out again early this winter to remind you that migration to the new technology is forthcoming.

If you have any questions, our email forwarding FAQ provides additional detail, and you are always welcome to reach out to our alumni help desk through our web form or by emailing aad_servicedesk@harvard.edu.

Thank you for using Harvard’s email forwarding program — we look forward to bringing you a new and improved experience in a few months!


MAY 1, 2023 UPDATE:
Harvard has listened to alumni and is, at this time, no longer planning to discontinue
email forwarding, per Philip Lovejoy's October 27, 2022 communication.


HARVARD'S EMAIL FORWARDING (@post.harvard.edu)

As was posted on our website back in early August, 2022, despite Harvard’s “promise” that email forwarding would be available to Harvard alums “in perpetuity”, Harvard has made the decision to discontinue the service. For more information see email forwarding FAQ and/or Harvard’s Associate Vice President and HAA Executive Directive Philip Lovejoy’s July 27, 2022 communication in which the reasons for the decision and the process of implementing the decision are discussed. 

Also, here is a link to an article that appeared in the Harvard Crimson on October 11, 2022 -- https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2022/10/11/alumni-email-forwarding-canceled/.

Also, be aware that there is a petition seeking reconsideration by Harvard of its decision -- https://www.change.org/KeepEmailForwarding.


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