Google Apps FAQ
|General||Gmail||Calendar||Google Docs||Google Mobile|
Students who have not taken any classes within the past 9 months are considered inactive. Thus, your Pace E-mail will be deactivated after the 9 months period.
Is there a size or type limitation for file attachments in Gmail?
Can I spell-check messages?
Can I check the spelling for a language other than English?
Can I forward all messages in a conversation (message thread) at once?
Can I reply to or forward just a single message in a conversation?
I can't always find messages I search for. How does Search work?
Can I set up a recurring meeting?
How long do past events stay on my Google calendar?
Can I make a meeting private?
- Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
- Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
- Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pps)
- Rich Text (.rft)
Plain text (.txt)
Go to the Google Sync for your phone page. On this page, you will find a video overview of the service, a graph explaing which features are associated with different mobile devices, as well as configuration instructions for the following mobile devices: BlackBerry, iPhone, Nokia, SyncML, and Windows.
Note: You may notice that the Google page states that Google Apps users must contact their domain administrator if they want to enable Google Sync. Please note that as a Google Apps @ Pace user, you will have Google Sync enabled for you.
Step One: Log in to your Google Apps @ Pace account
- Enter the following URL: google.pace.edu
- Log in to your Google Apps @ Pace account using your NetID and Active Directory password. If you have never logged before to set your AD password, visit the adam.pace.edu.
Step Two: Enable IMAP
- Click Settings at the top of any Gmail page.
- Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP.
- Select Enable IMAP.
- Click Save Changes.
- Configure your IMAP client. You can find a list of supported IMAP clients in the section below.
Step Three: Sync Your Password
- Go to adam.pace.edu/google to sync your password between Google Apps for Ed and Active Directory.
Step Four: Configure your email client
Once you have enabled IMAP in your Google Email account, you can configure your mobile device or mail client to receive email from Google Apps. Select your email client from the list below. If a mobile device or mail client is not listed below, Google Email is currently not able to provide configuration instructions for it.
Note: The table below provides general IMAP configuration settings, but you can find specific settings for various clients by reading on to the Mobile Devices or Mail Client sections.
|If the email client asks for...||...then enter the following:|
|Your username, user id, or login||MyPacePortal@Pace.edu|
|Your password||Use MyPacePortal password|
|Your email address||Your MyPacePortal@pace.edu email address|
|Your incoming mail server||imap.gmail.com|
|Your port number (incoming mail)||993|
|Your outgoing SMTP server||smtp.gmail.com|
|Your port number (Outgoing mail)||537|
|Your security settings: Transport Layer Security (TLS)||Use Transport Layer Security (TLS)|
|Your outgoing mail security settings||Authentication; Password; Use Transport Layer Security (TLS)|