Saturday, August 15, 2009

Send Emails with Gmail using another Email IDs

With the Gmail it is possible to send Emails using another Email id by setting up the custom ‘from’ option in your Gmail account.

Let’s say you have Gmail account and your mail id is MyMail@gmail.com, and you want to send emails with different email id like MyMail@CustomDomain.com. However Google allow you to use only email ids that you own and Google sends you an email to verify every mail id before allowing you to use them.

  • First Sign in to your Gmail account and click ’settings’ at top right of the screen.
  • Click on ‘accounts’ tab & check for ‘Send mail as’ option.
  • Now click ‘add another email addresses.
  • Enter other email address you want to use and Google will send you a verification mail to that account.
  • Setting up to “Reply-to address” will allow you to receiving replies to another mail account you like.
Send Emails with Gmail Using Another ID

Note:
When you are sending with a different ‘from:’ address, your Gmail address will still be included in your email header’s sender field, to help prevent your mail from being marked as spam. However except Outlook, most email clients don’t display the sender field!

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