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Susan "Sue" Owen '94 July 30, 2018 11:28 AM updated: August 2, 2021 2:53 PM

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Once you become a former student, your email address and Google account will expire within 3 years. 

But you can port the entire contents of your email over to a free, lifetime account!

This is a free benefit to all Aggies, thanks to Association donors. Here’s how to make it work:

Set up an email

  • Log in to (if you need to create an account, it’s free and quick to do so)
  • Go to
  • Create an AggieNetwork email account.

Forward your email

  • Log in to with your NetID
  • Select the “Forwarded to” option
  • Enter your new email address and hit “Save.”

Transfer your contents

  • Log in to your TAMU Gmail account
  • Go to
  • Enter your AggieNetwork email as the “destination account” and hit “Send Code”
  • Log into your AggieNetwork Gmail at to get the verification email
  • Open the verification email from Google and click “Get confirmation code”
  • COPY the code, then hit “Continue.” You might be asked to log in with your NetID and TAMU password
  • Paste in your confirmation code and hit “Verify”
  • Choose the content you want to copy to the new account, and hit “Start transfer.”

Depending on the size of your account, it could take a few hours to a week for the transfer to complete. You’ll get an email from Google when it’s done.

You can view a detailed walkthrough of this process with screenshots at

You can have as many as five AggieNetwork addresses on your account!

Free benefits for all Aggies such as the website, the Find An Aggie directory, email storage and databases including the Worldwide Muster Roll are provided by The Association thanks to Association donors. You can make a gift of any amount at

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