Choices for Accessing GPS Email
GPS offers a simple email service for convenient and secure access to email. The service supports a variety of local and remote access methods including desktop email clients via POP and IMAP protocols (e.g. Outlook, Entourage, Eudora, Thunderbird, MozillaMail, Pine, Mutt), and browser-based webmail.
The GPS Email Service is available at no charge for current GPS students, staff, postdocs, visitors and faculty. Accounts for outside collaborators may be requested by faculty and research groups when needed.
Before deciding which method to access your GPS mail ,we recommend that GPS users review the Choices for Accessing GPS Email page
- GPS users can now access their email via IMAP-based Webmail from any computer connected to the Internet, using a common web browser.
GPS users may configure their desktop email programs such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora and Netscape Mail to use the IMAP protocol to access their email.
- If GPS users choose not to use IMAP, GPS users may configure their desktop email programs such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora and Netscape Mail to use the POP protocol to access their email.
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