This first tutorial will teach you how to connect another email address you own to your Gmail account, allowing you to receive, organize and send messages for both accounts – all from your Gmail interface.
While other services may only be available on your specific computer and have low storage limits, Gmail is available as an App and in your browser, which means you can access your important messages at any time, from any device.
Consolidating email accounts to gmail
The foremost thing that you need to do is choosing a Gmail account as the primary account which you will check daily and manage all the other accounts from it.
Then add your other email accounts to this as secondary account and forward all your incoming mail to the primary Gmail address.
The email address you want to connect should go in the “Email address” field.
Keep “Treat as an alias” checked, then click on “Next Step”.
Copy and paste the Verification Code you just received in your email into the field and click “Verify“.
You have now connected your email address to Gmail!
To add an email account at Gmail, follow these steps. Log in to your Gmail(primary) account and go to the ‘Settings’ page. At the ‘Account and Import’ tab, you will find the ‘Add POP3 email account’ option. Put the full email address of your secondary account, put the user name and password of that account, keep the POP server field as it is (it is automatically chosen according to the domain of your email address), select 995 from the ‘Port’ drop-down list, tick the additional check boxes according to your need and finally, click the ‘Add Account’ button. The next dialog window asks you that whether you want to be able to send mails as that email address you just added.
Simply, choose ‘Yes…’ and then the ‘Next Step’ button.
The best part of Google’s mail service is how easy it is to “claim” other email addresses as you own.
In a few easy steps, you can set up your Gmail account to receive, organize, and send email from all of your accounts!
By this, you can check all your emails from one place.