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How do I configure my third-party email client to use bMail without Google Apps Login Key?

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Important Note

Third-party email clients are not supported by UC Berkeley. The instructions here are provided only as a reference. 

If you have further questions, please contact the vendor of your third party email client. UC Berkeley bMail accounts are standard Gmail accounts, so any instructions you find referencing Gmail should work with bMail.

Outlook (Direct)

You will need to be running a version of Outlook that supports the more-modern “OAuth” authentication methods. 

These versions of Outlook support OAuth:

Check what version of Outlook you have.

 

Notes:

Set up Gmail with Outlook on a PC

If you’re using Outlook on a PC, follow the steps at Add a Gmail account to Outlook for Windows, on the Microsoft Office support site.

Set up Gmail with Outlook on a Mac

If you’re using Outlook on a Mac, follow the steps at Add a Gmail account to Outlook for Mac, on the Microsoft Office support site.

Outlook (G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook)

You can use G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook to connect Outlook 2003 and later to Gmail. See https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/153866 for more details.

Thunderbird

Upgrade to Thunderbird version 38 or newer. Thunderbird version 38 was released in 2015.

Follow the steps for “OAuth2” authentication at http://kb.mozillazine.org/Using_Gmail_with_Thunderbird_and_Mozilla_Suite

Apple Mail (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch)

We recommend using the Google-provided Gmail app instead of the Apple Mail app, but if you do wish to configure Apple Mail, see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201320

Apple Mail (macOS)

See https://support.apple.com/guide/mail/add-or-remove-email-accounts-mail35803/mac

All other clients

Do a Google search for email client name Gmail OAuth configuration