Saturday, August 1, 2009

How to Auto-Forward your email

If you like to do business in the internet or you are an internet marketer, sometimes you need to have multiple email accounts. To open or sign in to your each account everyday it might be tedious and troublesome. To solve this, you can auto-forward your email from one account to another account (excluding the spam)so that you only need to open one email address to see all the emails sent to you from all your accounts. Using filters, you can even forward only certain emails to certain addresses.

To make Gmail forward incoming messages to another email address automatically:
  • Sign in to your Gmail account.
  • Click “Setting” on top right of the page.
  • Go to “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” tab.
  • In the “Forwarding” column, click the radio button next to “Forward a copy of incoming mail to”.
  • Enter the email address in the box that you want to forward the mail to.
  • Gmail will keep every copy of your mail in its inbox (default setting), click the pull-down menu to change this behaviour to either trashes or archives the email after it has been forwarded. “Archive Gmail’s copy” option will make Gmail mark forwarded emails as read and remove them from inbox but keep the emails in the archive for later search and retrieval. The last option “Trash Gmail’s copy” will make Gmail move the forwarded messages to “Trash” after they have been forwarded. All the Trashed messages will be permanently deleted automatically after 30 days.
  • Click “save changes” and you are done.

how to Auto-Forward your email to another email address

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