Gsuite Mail IMAP Settings
BitRecover Support Team | April 14th, 2020 | Email Settings
If you are looking for the IMAP settings of Gsuite Email Client, this post will detail everything about Gsuite Mail IMAP settings required to setup a Gsuite Mail email account in any email application or email services.
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|Email Settings||Port Number|
Gsuite IMAP Incoming mail server:
993, requires SSL (Copy)
143, non-secure (Copy)
Gsuite POP3 Incoming mail server:
995, requires SSL (Copy)
110, non-secure (Copy)
Gsuite SMTP Outgoing mail server:
465, requires SSL (Copy)
587, non-secure (Copy)
How to Create Gsuite Mail App Password
If you wish to download or backup your Gsuite email using a third-party application, Then you will need to generate an app password. It is necessary to Enable the Less Secure Apps and IMAP in your Gsuite account.
- You can enable “Less Secure Apps” here: Go to your Google account>> Click on security>> Go to Less secure app access>> Turn on Less Secure app access.
- To enable IMAP option: log in to your Gsuite/Gmail >> Go to settings >> Forwarding and POP/IMAP >> Go to IMAP access >> Then Enable IMAP >> Click on Save Changes.
You need to disable 2 Factor authentication in your Gsuite account. If it is enable , you will get verification message in your phone every time you login. then you can either disable or create an app password and use the app password as the account password to Login into the Software.
- Go to your Google account.
- Click on security.
- Then, click on “Signing in to Google”.
- Choose App Password.
- Choose Select device and choose your device which you are using.
- Click on Generate.
Visit this Official Gsuite Mail link to know how :
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