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This article provides a guide on how to setup your email in Gmail. This will allow you to send and receive emails via your gmail inbox.
Gmail is great free service with excellent email features. Gmail allows other POP3 email accounts to be connected to it so that you don’t have to log into many different emails to check them.
There are two methods to get your emails in Gmail. First, let Gmail get it for your and second, forward all emails to Gmail. If you do not have to check & reply your emails as soon as they arrive, then first option is great for you. However, if you have to attend to emails right away then forwarding is the best option.
This options allows Gmail to check for emails and display them in Gmail account. The checks can be every few minutes to hours and days. This is something you do not have any control over – unless you check for emails manually.
Apparently, the busier your inbox the faster Gmail fetches the emails.
If you take your time in replying emails then follow these instructions to setup your email in Gmail via POP3.
Next you will be asked if want send email as this email from Gmail? Choose yes and click Next.
Choose a Name and click Next Step
You will then receive an email from Gmail with a confirmation code. Copy and paste the code and click Verify.
If everything has gone as expected you should see the following.
This option is great if have to know and respond to emails as you get them. This options makes sure emails get to your gmail as soon as they received. All emails are forwarded to gmail account.
This option has two steps 1. setup forwarding and 2. setup send mail as in Gmail.
When confirmed, it will starting forwarding your emails to your gmail account as soon as they hit your inbox.
You can turn off forwarding by clicking the toggle key or delete the email by clicking on the rubbish bin icon.
This step allows you to send email as ‘email@example.com’ from gmail account. It is similar to option 1.
The grey HELP below is a label. If you have more than one email account in Gmail, it helps to identify them.