Access your nhs.net account before 31 October
22 October 2020
Dentists are asked to make sure that you access your NHS.net email address before the end of October 2020. From the end of October, any email addresses that have not been accessed in the last 90 days (excluding the new practice email addresses) will be deleted.
Some of these accounts were set up, but have either not been activated or activated and not used.
There are benefits to having an NHS.net email account. They give dentists wider access to the Microsoft Office 365 suite, allowing you to:
- Talk to and collaborate with NHSmail colleagues from different organisations and locations
- Setup audio and video conference meetings in Exchange Online
- Create a Teams site for project work, upload files and collaborate using persistent chat features
- Download and access Teams features on your mobile device.
Don’t miss out. Your nhs.net email account is a secure way to communicate with colleagues and NHS Local offices. Find out more or access the helpline: 0333 200 1133.
You can also use your NHSmail account to log in to the Data Security and Protection Toolkit – giving you fewer passwords to remember.