Some of the IEEE systems including eNotice system require using an IEEE based email address, i.e. email@example.com. Any IEEE member is eligible to have such an organizational email address. This is how to set it up:
A) SETTING IEEE EMAIL ADDRESS UP
If you have not set it up, you can set it up within 2-3 minutes as follows:
1) Log in to www.ieee.org
2) go to My Account (in the right upper corner)
3) on the left hand side, under "Personalize your IEEE experience", click on "GoogleApps@IEEE Account"
4) click "Edit"
That email account is accessible under http://email.ieee.org/ (it will take you to IEEE site for logging in, and then return to emails).
B) SETTING FORWARDING TO YOUR NORMAL EMAIL ACCOUNT
If you do not want to check it separately, you may want to set automatic forwarding to your other (e.g. work or home) email account. This is also very simple. With a set/working IEEE email address, go to http://email.ieee.org/ and log in. It will open a google email account (Google handles IEEE emails). Go to Settings (a "nut" symbol in the right hand side upper corner of the gmail/mail.ieee screen). Click on the " Forwarding and POP/IMAP " tab and set "Forward a copy of incoming mail to" (supply the email address you want the system to forward the messages to, and how you want to treat the copy in the ieee mail account). Click "Save Changes". Test by sending email to your own IEEE account and receiving it at your email address.
The only negative side of doing forwarding and not checking IEEE account at all is that Google mail servers which operate this IEEE mail system are often overly strict with spam and occasionally keep some of the emails in Spam folder and do not forward them to the destination.