It's rare to find a person who has only one email address. Since most of us have an email address that comes with our home Internet service provider or an additional one online such as Outlook.com, it's difficult and annoying to have to check email in multiple places. Fortunately, Gmail let's us add that POP3 or IMAP email address and check it from within Gmail. This video tutorial will explain how to add an additional email account to GMail.
- [Voiceover] If you have many email accounts,…it's possible to bring them all in to this Gmail interface.…This way, you only have one mailbox to go to…and one email account to set up on things like…mobile devices and tablets.…But you'll get all your email accounts in one place.…To set up a new email account in Gmail,…click the gear icon on the left-hand side…and choose Settings.…Click on the Accounts and Import tab,…and there is a section labeled…Check mail from other accounts using POP3.…
I'm going to click Add a POP3 email account you own.…I have a business email address.…It's firstname.lastname@example.org.…I want to pull it in to my Gmail account…so that I can check both email accounts…in only one place.…To get the process started, I first have to put in…the email address.…I can add up to five accounts here,…but I'm only going to do one for this demonstration.…Once my email address is in place,…I'll click Next Step.…
Gmail will attempt to figure out the POP server…that you're trying to connect to, but it may not be right.…
Note: We recommend watching Gmail Essential Training to master the basics before you start this training.
- Choosing an inbox layout
- Undoing email sends
- Muting conversations
- Showing email headers to troubleshoot issues
- Checking different email accounts with Gmail
- Using stars, labels, and filters
- Assigning delegates
- Attaching large files with Google Drive
- Working with Google Voice