Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
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Granite Shoals Fire, Marble Falls Fire, Marble Falls VFD, Marble Falls Area EMS, Granite Shoals Police, Burnet County SO, Granite Shoals Public Works and PEC electric were at the scene of a stru...
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
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Mutual Aid With Marble Falls VFD
Friday, February 3rd, 2012
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Granite Shoals Fire Department assisted the Lookout Mountin West Subdivison in a safety stand-by while the proberty managers burned several large piles of Cedar brush. Due to the Large Fire sizes and ...
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011
from : Fox News Austin Texas The fire near Spicewood and along the Pedernales River in West Travis County is still burning. Officials say the fire is 80% contained. In total, 6400 acres of land hav...
Friday, July 10th, 2020
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Burn Ban Now in effect in Burnet County. No Outdoor Burning is allowed. All Current Burn Permits have been rescinded. Please be safe.
Thursday, August 25th, 2016
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Granite Shoals Fire Department Has Taken delivery of a 2016 Wildfire Squad Ford F550 Response vehicle. This truck is partially paid for by a Grant from the Texas Forest Service. Squad 5252 will be set...
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There are numerous low water crossing closed thru out Burnet, Travis and Llano Counties. PLEASE, drive careful, DO NOT attempt to drive over a water covered road or Barricaded Roads.
Email access
Webmail
To login to your email account, click the link above or go to:
You will see a page that says "webmail.gsfd.us". Login using your full email address and password that you were issued. If you do not have this information, please contact your site administrator.
Mail client setup
POP (Post Office Protocol) accounts fetch mail from the server at regular intervals and store it on your local device. To ensure that you never fill up your mailbox, this is the recommended configuration. If you set your computer to leave a copy of messages on the server for several days, this will also allow other devices to connect and see the most recent mail.
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) accounts store mail on the server. This is generally not recommended as you may run into storage limits leaving all mail on the server indefinitely. While rich in features, IMAP also consumes more resources on your device than a POP connection.
To setup an email account that is compatible with all standard email clients and mobile devices, use the following settings:
Standard mail setup
Standard mail access can be used by virtually all devices.
Mailbox Type:
POP
Login Name:
Your FULL email address
The Login Password is case sensitive.
Password Authentication Method:
AUTO or Encrypted
The authentication method may vary depending on your mail program.
Connection Security:
NONE
Outbound (SMTP) Server:
mail.gsfd.us
Outbound Connection Port:
25 or 587
Inbound (POP) Server:
mail.gsfd.us
Inbound Connection Port:
110
Authenticate before sending mail:
YES
Settings for IMAP Connections
Mailbox Type:
IMAP
IMAP Server:
mail.gsfd.us
IMAP Connection Port:
143
Secure mail setup
Secure mail access encrypts the transmission of email from your device to the mail server so that it cannot be intercepted or viewed while in transit.
Mailbox Type:
POP
Login Name:
Your FULL email address
The Login Password is case sensitive.
Password Authentication Method:
AUTO or Encrypted
The authentication method may vary depending on your mail program.
Connection Security:
SSL / TLS / STARTTLS
Outbound (SMTP) Server:
fire.yourfirstdue.com
Outbound Connection Port:
465 SSL / TLS
587 STARTTLS
Inbound (POP) Server:
fire.yourfirstdue.com
Inbound Connection Port:
995 SSL / TLS
Authenticate before sending mail:
YES
Settings for IMAP Connections
Mailbox Type:
IMAP
IMAP Server:
fire.yourfirstdue.com
IMAP Connection Port:
993 SSL / TLS
How do I know if I am connecting securely?
To verify that you are using the secure connection, send yourself an email. You should see the following line in the email header when that email is received:
using TLSv1.2 with cipher ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256
If you see that line of text in your email message header, you are properly connecting to the secure mail service.
Change email password
To change your email password, enter your email name (everything to the left of the "@" sign in your email address), your current password, and your new password. If you do not have this information, please contact your site administrator.
Email name
@gsfd.us
Current password
New password
Confirm new password
Password rules
8 to 20 characters
Must contain at least one number
Must not contain the email name, username, or domain name
It is recommended to use at least one non-alphanumeric character - ! @ # [ ] etc...
For better security, some words common to Fire and EMS are not allowed. Examples: 'fire', 'squad', 'engine', etc.

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