How to access your email address

General info about emails for R-Ladies chapters.

Since November 2022 R-Ladies migrated to Google Work Space, and e-mail accounts are now handled using gmail infrastructure. All R-Ladies chapters use the domain.

If you need help to manage your email account there are official google instructions on how to use a Gmail account

A new account

After we have created your chapter email account you will receive an email like this:

Subjetc: You have a new Google account for R-Ladies

Welcome to your new Google Account for R-Ladies


You have a new Google Account with the R-Ladies organization.

Sign in to your Google Account to access the Google services your organization provides. If your organization has Google Workspace, Google services may include business-grade versions of Google Drive, Gmail, and other Google services you can use to collaborate with your team.

Your username:

Password: Click Sign in below to set your password and sign in. To keep your account secure, follow these password guidelines. Sign in

[button with the link to login for the first time]

For your security, the reset password link expires after 48 hours. After that, please contact your administrator for your password.


The Google Workspace Team

When you click on the button for login, you will get a message agreeing on the Term of use of the new R-Ladies account. After you agree you will be able to login and you will need to change your temporary password.

After that you will login and use the account as any other gmail email address.


Here are instructions for adding an email account to an iPhone and Android.


  1. On your computer, go to Gmail.

  2. Enter your Google Account email or phone number and password.

    2.1. If information is already filled in and you have to sign in to a different account, click Use another account.

    2.2. If you get a page that describes Gmail instead of the sign-in page, at the top right of the page, click Sign in.

Tip: If you sign in to a public computer, make sure to sign out before you leave the computer. Learn how to sign in on a device that’s not yours.