Would you like to send mails from a different address? Gmail allows you to send mails from another address. This could be assumed as the standard feature of Gmail which allows users to manage multiple accounts from the Gmail interface. You can avail the benefit of this feature if you already have an email account linked to the alternate address. In order to send mail from a distinct Gmail username first you will need to sign up for that address. Choose an option mentioned below for getting the method to add your other addresses to your Gmail account:
I’m a Gmail or Google Apps user sending from an external address
Click on the gear available in the top right. Choose
1. Click the Accounts and Import tab.
2. Go to the Send mail category and click on Add another email address.
3. Now go to your 'Email address' field, put your name and alternate email address.
4. Next is to enter the SMTP server (e.g. smtp.domain.com), your specific username under that domain, and your password for the same. It might be required to adjust your port setting or SSL setting (You can communicate to your other ISP if you have requirement of this information).
5. Click on Add account >>
6. Now open your other account and either click the link you have got in the confirmation message sent by Gmail or put the confirmation code in the Accounts and Import section of your Gmail settings.
In case Gmail has sent you a verification email and still you didn’t receive the same then check out your spam or bulk mail folders.
Additional information you need
It is necessary to provide authenticated SMTP support for you by your other email provider in case you want to use this option. Gmail will use TLS by default and SSL in case you enable it. Authenticated SMTP support is also offered by several email services that provide POP or IMAP support; you may find your SMTP server configuration instructions along with POP or IMAP information.
In case the address you would like to add is hosted by Google then your original address will still be included in your email header’s sender field in order to support your mail from being marked as spam. The sender field is not displayed by most of the email clients however few versions of Microsoft Outlook may display "From firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of email@example.com."
1. I’m a Google Apps for work user sending from a domain alias or email alias
2. At first Sign in to your Google Apps email.
3. Click the available in the upper-right and choose Settings along the top of any page, and then select the Accounts tab.
4. Go to the Send mail category and click on Add another email address.
5. Now go to your 'Email address' field, put your name and alternate email address.
6. Now first click on the Next Step and then click on Send Verification. After you click Send Verification Gmail will send a verification message to your other email address for getting the confirmation that you are the owner of that account.
7. Now find that confirmation message in your Gmail inbox and either you click on the same or enter the confirmation code in the Accounts section of your Google Apps email settings.
After completing the setup through the process mentioned above you can use one of your alternate sender addresses, to send the message. You can edit or delete a address by going through the setting. If you are experiencing sort of technical issues while performing the task you are welcome to talk to our support executive on our Gmail technical support helpline number.