How to create a GMass account

It might seem strange that 18 months after I launched GMass I’m writing a post about how to create a GMass account, but with our ever-growing user base, we find that people are sometimes confused about which of their Gmail accounts have GMass accounts versus which are just “aliased” to a Gmail account that has a GMass account. So let’s clear up the confusion.

To create a GMass account:

1. Install the GMass Chrome extension

You can install the extension either from the GMass website or from the Chrome Web store. To install it from our website, just go to and click on any of the big ADD GMASS TO GMAIL buttons.

Remember to use Chrome. To install it from the Chrome Web Store, go here and click on the ADD TO CHROME button in the upper-right.

2. Connect your Gmail account to GMass

Log into the Gmail account for which you want to use GMass. When you login to Gmail, click any GMass button, and you’ll be prompted to link your Gmail account to GMass.

This is actually the step that creates your GMass account. Simply installing the GMass extension doesn’t create a GMass account. It only makes the buttons appear in your Gmail account.

If you want to bypass the step of logging into Gmail and clicking on the GMass popup, you can also directly link your Gmail account to GMass (just log in to Gmail), which will instantly create a GMass account. Just make sure you install the GMass extension at some point as well.

Items to note:

  1. If you login to a different Gmail account that you own, and the GMass buttons show up, that does not mean that you have a GMass account for that Gmail address. You can easily create one though, by clicking any GMass button, and following the prompts to link that new Gmail account to GMass.
  2. Many people use various aliases within a single Gmail account. For example, if your Gmail account is, you may have an alias address of set up inside your account. In this case, as far as GMass is concerned, you need only create a GMass account for, since that is the actual Google account GMass is connecting to. You will then be able to use GMass to send from either or Now, if is also a G Suite account, you may additionally want to create a separate GMass account for Make sure you have the GMass extension installed, and then log out of any other Gmail accounts and then log in directly to the G Suite account.

20 Replies to “How to create a GMass account”

  1. Alex Timbas

    Hi – a former employee of mine has an active account with GMass. This is paid automatically with my credit card (VP of Sales), and I would like to transfer the license to another person’s account. Can you please help?


      Really a Bad App GMASS please no one purchase this just waste of money i paid $9 dollar but got nothing benifit. this is my email anyone can contact me and i can show you everything..

    • Marvin Quinsaat

      Hi Tony,

      Please see our pricing options here:

      Our subscriptions do not have usage limits. Although Google Apps accounts are officially limited to 2,000 emails per day, we have noticed over time that there are other factors that affect the send limits for an account. Age is a huge factor in this, as Google limit accounts to lower sending capacity until the account establishes its credibility. This is a measure to prevent scammers and spammers from opening accounts and sending at full capacity.

      There’s some more information about these limits and factors here:

  2. ray

    stupid app-the normal gmail sending rate isnt increased,and you need to be a clairvoyant to even find the stupi app in gmail,installed in firefox and chrome and nowhere is there a tool to launch this-waste of time

  3. Ashraf

    If I buy any package of gmass how much mail can I send per day? As far as I know I can send 200 email per day from a Gmail.. But If I use gmass can I send unlimited email per day?

  4. BT Mail Support

    Yes, you can easily merge your Gmail with Gmass by using and reading the following given content but if you are having a problem to access your Gmail account and wanted to fix the error go to the BT MAil Support for help.

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