GMX mail offers a free advertising-supported email service. The global mail eXchange (GMX) also known as Global message eXchange can be accessed through webmail, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols.
GMX was founded in 1997. It is associate with the united internet AG, a stock-listed company in Germany and a sibling company to 1 and 1 internet and fast hosts internet. In addition to an email address, each GMX account includes an address book, organizer, mail collector, and file storage.
Every user of the GMX has the privilege to register up to ten different GMX email addresses, whether you are on a premium package or not.
Accessing GMC mail in Gmail
Using both Gmail and GMX email addresses can be stressful, you can set up Gmail to retrieve your GMX email messages and even send them from gmx.com address, you can also make your Gmail apply label automatically to all your GMX mail messages so that they are all in one place with Gmail, thereby leaving your inbox uncluttered
Here is a step by step guide on how to access your GMX mail in Gmail account:
- Log in to your Gmail account
- Tap on the setting icon at the upper right corner
- Select account and import tab on the Gmail settings
- Import mail and contacts on the accounts and imports tab
- Select Import from another address
- A new window will pop up. Then proceed to enter GMX address and tap on continue
- Input your GMX password and press continue again
- Immediately Gmail signs you into your GMX account
- Select what you want to sync and press start import
- Press ok to finish setting up
Global mail exchange offers GMX users a two-factor authentication to secure their accounts, which is also a form of multi-factor authentication.
All forms of GMX are free for all email services and it directs users to the appropriate login website through geological technology to gmx.net or gmax.com