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GMA Mail Server Settings

If you are configuring a new device for email, or setting up your email account on a computer using an email client (such as Outlook, Apple Mail, etc.), please use the server settings below. If you are not sure which incoming settings you should use, please call Tech Support at 888-321-0815.

Incoming Server Settings for IMAP:

Server type: IMAP
Sever name: mail.gmavt.net (all lowercase)
Security type: SSL or SSL/TLS
Port: 993
Username: username@gmavt.net (your email address)
Password: your GMA email password

Incoming Server Settings for POP:

Server type: POP
Server name: mail.gmavt.net (all lowercase)
Security type: SSL or SSL/TLS
Port: 995
Username: username@gmavt.net (your email address)
Password: your GMA email password

Outgoing Server Settings:

Server name: mail.gmavt.net (all lowercase)
Security type: SSL or TLS
Port: 465 or 587
Authentication: Required
Username:
username@gmavt.net (your email address)
Password: your GMA email password

*If you cannot remember your password, please give us a call at 888-321-0815*


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