How do I access my usmc.mil e-mail from home?
I have a card reader at home. How do I access my usmc.mil e-mail from home? I think I may need outlook express. If so, where do I download this and how do I connect it to my usmc.mil address?
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Follow the link below. There's some steps involve, follow instruction (step by step and by number, there's a reason for it), download those DOD certificates and install your CAC reader. It will help you to connect to those site or able to check email at home. Not sure how the usmc.mil, but army.mil working for us so far.Source(s): https://militarycac.com/
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- John ULv 79 years ago
You don't. Any .mil address blocks access from any IP that is not part of the network recognized by the server on the installation down to the office where you work or access your email normally. There is a reason for this, maybe you can figure it out I don't know. I ran the server at the DPS where I worked and "I" still could not access my .mil address in my office from home.