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You’ve kept your Aggie Spirit. Now you can keep an Aggie email address!

  • Already have an email? Check your email at and use your full email address to login.
  • Never change your email address again!
  • Easily check your email online, on your mobile devices, and through other email services
  • Based on Gmail, your email gives access to almost every Google service
  • Show the world your Aggie Spirit with each email you send!
  • Current students - don't wait for your email address to be disabled after graduation - create your email address today!
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Get Started

  • Login to or create your account
  • Visit the Email page
  • Create your email account and password
  • Login to your new email account at using the email account and password you just established
  • You can create up to 5 email accounts
    • You will only have one login (the primary email account & password)
    • You can send/receive email on behalf of all accounts from your one inbox

Get Email on Your Smartphone

The best setup is to use an IMAP connection. When you are logged in to the web interface, click on the"gear" on the right of the page and choose "Settings" -> "Forwarding and POP/IMAP". Ensure IMAP is enabled. There are "configuration instructions" in that section. You should be able to add a new email account on your phone using the "Gmail" option. Ensure you use your full email for the username. If you run into problems with this setup, you can try a "new" or "other" email account using the following settings:

Account Name / Username: your full email address (
Email Address: same as above
Password: your email password

Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server:
Use SSL: Yes
Port: 993

Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server:
Use Authentication: Yes
Use STARTTLS: Yes (some clients call this SSL)
Port: 465 or 587


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College Station, TX 77840

Phone Number

(979) 845-7514

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