How to send and receive emails from another email account from Gmail


If you have another email address, you can send email from your primary Gmail account as that email address.


For example:

  • Office 365 or another Google account

  • Your business domain or alias, like @iteaspoon.com or youralias@iteaspoon.com

Tip: You can send emails from up to 99 different email addresses.


Step 1: Add an address

  • On your computer, open Gmail.

  • In the top right, click Settings and then See all settings.


  • Click the Accounts tab.

  • In the "Send mail as" section, click Add another email address.


  • Enter the name you wish to display for this account and the email address you want to send from.

  • Click Next Step.

  • Enable "Treat as an alias"

  • Then Send verification.


Step 2: Confirm the address

  • Sign in to the account you added.

  • Open the confirmation message you got from Gmail.

  • Click the link.

Step 3: Check the default settings before start emailing

  • Go to your Gmail and see all Settings.

  • Under the Accounts tab, the new email account has been added.

  • You could change the default email sender by choosing "Make default".

  • You could also check "When replying to a message" options and change it accordingly

  • Save Changes to apply the change made.


Step 4: Change the "From" address when sending an email

  • In the message, click the "From" line. (If you don't see this, click the space next to the recipient's email.)

  • Select the address to send from.

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