How to Forward AOL Mail to Gmail | Call +44-203-880-7918

by Amos Beth PC & Printer Technical Support UK
Gmail has two techniques for sending messages from AOL, which you can utilize either to combine your email or to move away from AOL totally. Bringing in your mail works best when shutting an AOL account, as it imports your whole post box and contacts, and advances new messages for a month. Adding your AOL record to Gmail, then again, sends all new AOL messages to your Gmail inbox. 

Import AOL Mail 

Bringing in your mail duplicates your old AOL post box to Gmail so you can close your AOL account without losing any messages. This technique advances new approaching messages just for the accompanying 30 days, be that as it may, settling on it a poor decision on the off chance that you intend to continue utilizing AOL. To begin an import, click the apparatus symbol on Gmail, click "Settings," "Records and Import" and afterward "Import Mail and Contacts." Enter your AOL email address and secret phrase, select which things to import - Gmail has three separate check boxes to import contacts, existing messages and new mail for 30 days - and click "Start Import." 

Check AOL Mail 

To peruse new AOL messages on Gmail, click "Include a POP3 Mail Account You Own" in Gmail's "Records and Import" settings. In contrast to bringing in mail, this strategy advances your messages inconclusively. Enter your AOL email address, click "Subsequent stage" and fill in your AOL username and secret word - utilize your email address, including "," for the username. Check "Mark Incoming Messages" to label messages sent to your AOL address and help separate them from Gmail messages. Before squeezing "Include Account," check "Leave a Copy..." on the off chance that you need your AOL messages to seem both on Gmail and on the AOL site or AOL Desktop.


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