An Important Update from Texas.net

Starting November 1st, 2021, we will no longer provide Texas.net email service.

We want to make the transition as seamless as possible and ensure a smooth transfer of your email data. Below you will find instructions for email forwarding and migrating to another email service:

There are many email providers, and it’s important to take your time to decide which is right for you. Below are four popular services we feel are good alternatives. We've included links to help you get started.

For further instructions on migrating your Texas.net email messages to a service above, please click here.

Some email services may require you to enter Texas.net server settings, called the Texas.net IMAP settings. If you need that information, you can find it here.

We will also forward your Texas.net email messages to an alternate email address you provide until May 1st, 2022. To take advantage of this, you must follow the instructions here.

It’s been a great ride, and we truly appreciate you being a part of the Texas.net family of internet pioneers. Thank you for joining us on this journey.

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