How to link my email accounts to gmail?

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Does anyone here know how to link my personal email admin@mysite.com to my gmail account. I want to send and receive my emails all via gmail instead of my own domain name's email account. Appreciate your help. Thanks











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  • Profile picture of the author Rony Ronch
    Go in your gmail account to settings --> accounts and import --> check mail using POP3 -->Add a POP3 mail account you own.
    For sending mails, go to "send mail as" in the same page
  • Profile picture of the author mactadvi
    i think this may help you.

    https: //www .google. com/a/cpanel/premier/new3?hl=en

    you can use your on domain for google application here.

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