How To Configure Webmail In Gmail

In some cases, Gmail is used as an email client and acts as a platform for using the Webmail account. You can configure the POP3 or IMAP and SMTP server settings for your Webmail account on Gmail.

Carry out these steps to configure Webmail on Gmail:

  • Step 1:You need to log in to your Gmail account first and click on the Settings icon that is available on the top-right corner. .
  • Step 2:Select the Settings option from the drop-down list.
  • Step 3:Go to Accounts and Import tab and select the Add a mail account option near the check mail from other accounts field.
  • Step 4:A new pop-up menu will open with an Email address text box.
  • Step 5:Enter your email address in the text field and click Next.
  • Step 6:Mark the Import emails from my other account(POP3) radio button and click on the Next button.
  • Step 7:Type your Webmail address in the Username field and your Webmail account password in the Password field.
  • Step 8:Enter the incoming mail server name (for example, mail.example.com) in the POP Server field.
  • Step 9:If you choose the secure connection SSL, the port number should be 995.
  • Step 10:You can also change your server hostname from the list available in the Stats section.
  • Step 11:Now, click on the Add Account button.
  • Step 12:Select the Yes option and mark the Treat as an alias checkbox if you wish.
  • Step 13:Click on the Add account button and select the Send through example.com SMTP servers radio button.
  • Step 14:Type the outgoing server name (for example, mail.example.com) in the SMTP Server field.
  • Step 15:Enter your full email-id and password in the Username and Password fields. 
  • Step 16:Enter the port number 25 for non-SSL and 465 for SSL connection. 
  • Step 17:Now, click the Add Account button to complete Webmail configuration.
  • Step 18:You will receive a verification code on your Webmail account from Gmail.
  • Step 19:Use the code to add your Webmail account and verify the setup by clicking the Verify button.
  • Step 20:You can view your Webmail domains name in the 'Send mail as' field under the Accounts and Import tab.
  • Step 21:If you aren't able to configure Webmail in Gmail, contact our technical support team for remote assistance by clicking the Call button available on this screen.