Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Stay in control with Block and Unsubscribe

Sometimes you get mail from someone who’s really disruptive. Hopefully it doesn’t happen often—but when it does, you should be able to say, “Never see messages from this person again.” That’s why you can now block specific email addresses in Gmail—starting today on the web, and over the next week on Android. Future mail will go to the spam folder (and you can always unblock in Settings).
In addition, the unsubscribe option is now making its way to Android, so you’ll be able to opt out of eligible mailing lists directly from the Gmail app. It’s perfect for those newsletters you subscribed to a while back but don’t read any more.
So try block or unsubscribe when the situation calls for it. And stay in control of your inbox.

Automatically forward incoming emails to another account

You can have your emails automatically forwarded to another address. You can forward all of your new messages, or just specific kinds of messages. Note that spam messages aren't included when you choose to forward all new mail.
To forward emails from another email provider to Gmail, you’ll have to change your settings in the other account, not in Gmail. Visit your other email provider’s help center to find out if automatic forwarding is available and how to set it up.
Forward all new emails
  1. Open the Gmail account that you want to forward from.
  2. At the top right, click the gear .
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  5. Click Add a forwarding address in the “Forwarding” section.
  6. Enter the email address you want to forward to.
  7. For your security, we'll send a verification email to that address. Open your other email account and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team. If you’re having trouble finding it, check your Spam folder.
  8. Click the verification link in that email.
  9. Back in your Gmail account, reload the page in your web browser - look for the reload icon Reload.
  10. On the same Forwarding and POP/IMAP page in Settings, check that Forward a copy of incoming mail is selected and your email address is in the drop-down menu.
  11. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages after they’re forwarded, such as keep Gmail’s copy in the Inbox (recommended) or archive Gmail’s copy.
  12. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
Forward only some emails
If you only want to forward certain kinds of messages to another account, use filters to forward messages that meet specific criteria. For example, a parent could automatically forward emails from their child’s school to the other parent. Learn more about filters.

Forward to multiple accounts

Gmail can only auto-forward all of your mail to one email address at a time. You can see what address Gmail is currently forwarding to in the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab of Settings.
To forward emails to multiple accounts, you can use filters to forward specific types of messages to each account. You can create up to 20 filters that forward to other addresses. Learn more about filters.
Stop auto-forwarding

If you no longer want to automatically forward your mail, follow these instructions:
  1. Open the Gmail account that you forward from.
  2. At the top right, click the gear Settings.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  5. Select Disable forwarding in the “Forwarding” section.
  6. Click the first drop-down menu after “Forward a copy of incoming mail to” and check for any addresses listed as “(in use by a filter).” To disable the forwarding filter, choose the Remove option.

Gmail’s Best Features

  • 15 GB storage limit and increasing it over time
  • Undo accidental emails (they give you a couple of seconds after you have sent an email to unsend it)
  • Search (searching for an email received or sent 3 years ago has suddenly become super easy to find.)
  • Importing other email account
  • You can have desktop/cell phone notification once you receive an email
  • Multiple inboxes
  • Starred emails
  • Easy Gmail Sign in and Gmail Login
  • Webmail client

Gmail Login

Accessing your Gmail is easy and secure as Google only asks for your Gmail username & password but will automatically detect if you are trying to login from an unknown location or ask you security questions if the password is entered incorrectly too many times.
gmail login form
1- Type in your browser or access the Gmail login page directly by
2- Once you are in the Gmail Login page, type in your correct username and password. (The Gmail login form looks exactly as the one in the left).
3- If you have entered both, your password and username correctly, click “Sign in” .
4- After clicking “sign in” you will be redirected to your Email interface.

5- If your username or password is wrong, please click Recover Gmail password.

Gmail Login & Gmail Sign In

Gmail has become the #1 email service provider in the world with over 475 million users because of its easiness, reliability and awesome features. It offers 15 GB (15000 MB) of storage and they have promised to keep increasing it over time. The best thing about it is that it is completely free of charge and available to anyone over 13 years old in any country of the world.
Gmail has changed the way people email each other and revolutionized the entire email infrastructure as  we no longer have to worry about deleting emails because of storage limit, spending hours looking for an old email, or being embarrassed because you accidentally sent an email to the wrong person as Google has a feature that lets you undo sending an accidental email. So, if you have not signup for Gmail yet, Create Gmail account as it is not too late to enjoy this email email provider.

If you already have a Gmail account but are having issues with your Gmail Login, do not worry as we will help you solve whatever is wrong so that you can once again have access to your Gmail.