Setting up your POP Email Address in Gmail14-Jan-2011 This tutorial shows you how to set up Gmail to work with your e-mail account.
To Set Up Your E-mail Account in Gmail1. In Gmail, select Settings in the top right menu.
2. Select Accounts and Import.
3. Click on the button Add POP3 email account button
4. A new popup window will open. Enter your email address and click Next Step >>
5. Enter your User Name and Password. Your user name is your email address. Also check Label incoming messages: as this will help you identify which address the email is being sent to. Click Add Account >>
6. Choose Yes so you can send mail via Gmail using your own domain name. Click NextStep >>
7. Customise your email name then click Next Step >>
8. Choose Send through yourdomain.com.au and enter your user name and password for your email address and click add account, if you get an error change the port dropdown to another number.
9. Because anyone can setup an email address you need to prove to Gmail that you actually own the email address. Click on Send Verification and Gmail will send you an email verification.
10. Login to your email eg mail.yourdomain.com.au, if this does not work try mail.yourdomain.com.au:9998 and enter your email address and password to access your account.
11. Wait for the email verification and click on it. I have blurred the link out for security reasons.
How to make your email address default.1. After you have verified your email account you now can customise how you send and recieve emails. Go back to your Gmail account and if you are not there already click on Settings then on Accounts and Import. Now in the Send mail as: section you can see that you can make your domain name email address your default email for this account.
2. Click on General in the top menu and scroll down to add your email signature.
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