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Firm Gmail, i.e. Google Apps -email, with K9 -email program?

I have this kind of firm url, I want to have an IMAP -email account on Android. How can I do it?

I am using the app "My email" by which things do not work. If I use the native Gmail -app, things work out of the box. As for the "My email" -software (that gathers all emails, not just Gmails, under one mailbox), I selected



Username: myName
Imap Server:
Port: 993
Security SSL


SMTP server:
Port: 465
Security: SSL
Require sign-in: yes
Use the same settings as the incoming server: yes

Pressing Next fires "Username or password incorrect" with "s@gmail@firmA@g" while "Unable to open connection to server" with the latter. So how can set up the Google Apps Gmail on Android?

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marked as duplicate by eldarerathis Oct 5 '12 at 13:34

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If it's Google Apps Gmail you shouldn't need to do anything special with the Gmail app. Add the account and give it your password. My company has a Google Apps setup and it works just fine for me. – Al E. Aug 11 '12 at 2:06
Do you by any chance use two factor authentication? – Richard Borcsik Aug 11 '12 at 20:17
[UPDATE] This solution should work here, haven't tested but I am pretty sure. I flagged for Closing due to duplicate. – hhh Oct 5 '12 at 12:09

For the incoming username, you need to use your complete email address (""), not just the account username ("myName").

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Not working, the same err. – hhh Aug 11 '12 at 18:59
Then one of the following should be true: you're entering some of the information incorrectly, the app you're using is broken, or Google has locked your account for too many failed login attempts. – Logos Aug 12 '12 at 13:06

You need to enable IMAP on your account.

See Google Help Page here:

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...this is enabled and I still get the errs. – hhh Aug 11 '12 at 10:00

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