Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
As an administrator of different sites on Google Apps I tend to have an account of every domain that I manage and it's hard to jump and open every single webmail account separately. This is a feature on GMail in which all email accounts that is hosted on Google Apps and GMail can be combined into a single inbox and retaining the ability to send emails using the same email address.
On GMail or Google Apps login to the account to be configured for forwarding
On the main page of the email account click on Settings
Under Settings Page select Forwarding and POP/IMAP then select the option on Forward a copy of the mail to: then enter the GMail account in which the account will be forwarded then click on Save Changes.
Now go to your Gmail account or Google Apps account then login
On the main page click on Settings
Under Settings click on Accounts and Import then click on the Tab Send mail from another address
A pop up window will show up then enter the required information then click on the Tab Next Step
Select the option on Send through Gmail (easier to setup) then click on Next Step
On this window click on send verification. This will send a verification code to the account to be joined
On this window the code needs to be entered that would come from the account to be joined.
Now login to the account to be joined and get the verification code. Once you have the confirmation code copy and paste it on the code verification window then click on Verify.
The account has been added on your existing GMail or Google Apps inbox. One way to check is click on the down arrow at the end of the from portion of the email window. The account should appear on the drop down list
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