Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

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Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

Gmail. (photo: MuyComputer)

Gmail allows forward emails received in one account to any other, even from another domain. It is only necessary to activate the automatic forwarding so that the Gmail emails reach the other account. This would make it easier to review them and stay up to date.

Forwarding these Gmail emails can also be very useful as a backup, in case the account is no longer accessible, the user will continue to receive the emails on the other. Or if you are at work where you can only open institutional mail, now you can also see emails from another account.

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This is how you can forward Gmail emails from one account to another

Without further ado, to activate the automatic forwarding of Gmail emails to another account with any domain, it is only necessary to follow these steps:

– Ilogin to the accountfrom which you want to forward emails to another person (or personal account).

– Click the gear icon to open the Quick Settings and in the menu that appears, click on See all settings, which will appear first.

Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

Activate automatic forwarding in Gmail. (photo: Gmail/Composition/Jose Arana)

– After entering the Gmail settings, you first need to click the POP/IMAP Mail Forwarding and tab on the top.

– Once the user is in these settings, click on Add a forwarding address, which is the first option that appears

Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

Activate automatic forwarding in Gmail. (photo: Gmail/Composition/Jose Arana)

– A window will open that says Add forwarding address. Now it is necessary to enter the email address to which you want to continue sending emails that arrive at the first account. Write the address and click Next.

– This will take you to a simple window showing the email you wrote earlier so that the action can be confirmed. Then go to Continue to confirm that this is the address to which you want to send the emails.

Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

Activate automatic forwarding in Gmail. (photo: Gmail/Composition/Jose Arana)

Done. You are now done configuring automatic forwarding in Gmail. Now you only have to confirm the forwarding with a code that reaches the other address where you want to receive the mail from the first address.

In this tab forwarding and POP/IMAP mail, you can also delete the forwarding address in case you want to cancel everything later.

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1. In Gmail, click the Compose button in the upper right corner of the screen.

2. Press the Confidential mode option.

3. A mini-window will open with new options for the activated mode. Therefore, it can be configured as needed, such as setting a minimum period of 1 week and a maximum of 5 years. You can also add an access password.

4. Press the Save button to seal the changes that have been made. And that's it.

Gmail: trick to automatically forward emails to a second account

Confidential mode in Gmail. (photo: El Español)

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