Saturday, March 31, 2012

How To Check All email accounts like Yahoo,Hotmail,etc From Gmail

Now a days every person maintains  multiple email accounts, personally I use 5 email accounts. It is very hard read and keep up all the email accounts. Do you face the same problem?? .. Here is the solution to get rid of these problems.

all mails to gmail

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Steps To View All Emails Form A Single Gmail Account:

# Step: 1

  • Firstly login to your Gmail account.
  • Go to the Settings, right side of your screen.

gmail settings

 # Step: 2

  • Now go to the accounts tab.
  • Click on the Add a POP3 mail account you own. A pop-up window will get appear on the screen.
gmail pop3

 # Step: 3

  • Enter the Email address which you want to add.
  • Example:, .... 
  • Click on the Next Step >> .
add a email account

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 # Step: 4

  • Now Enter your password.
  • For popular Email accounts like yahoo, Gmail, aol, Hotmail pop server details automatically shows in the drop down box.
  • If  they don't appear get pop3 server and port address details from your service provider and add them manually.
  • Tick on the Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server to leave a copy of mail on the server after it get retrieved.
  • Tick label incoming messages.
  • Now press Add Account>> that it. Now go to your inbox you will see all the emails of added account.

Note: You should enable the pop3 settings for the account which you added, otherwise mails will not get retrieved

How to enable POP3 Setting for Gmail account. 

  • Go to your email settings.
    Look for the Forwarding and POP / IMAP setting.
  • Under Forwarding and POP / IMAP  Enable POP for all mails and Enable IMAP settings.
  • Now save the settings.

 Look at the below image for enabling the POP3 settings on Gmail

enable gmail pop 3 settings

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Got confused feel free to ask your doubts.
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