In terms of email security and advanced features, Gmail is the best one to use. Mohammad Mustafa Ahmedzai teaches us how we can connect our Gmail account and our Blogger site email address. This method helps us respond to all the email sent to our site in one place since they are received in one place, saving time and effort.
Here are the steps to follow:
- Login to your Gmail account
- Click on Settings
- Click on Accounts and Import tab
- As you see “Send mail as”, click the link that says “Add another email address you own”
- There’s a window that will pop up after you’re done with step 4. Submit your website name in Name entry, type your website email address inside Email address, uncheck the box that says Treat as an alias, in Reply to address, you must submit your Gmail id so that all the emails sent to your domain id will be received at your Gmail id.
- Click Next step. You will then be asked if you want to send emails through Gmail server or your site’s SMTP server. Select Gmail because it is easier and faster to use. Select the option Send through Gmail and key in Next step.
- Click on the Verify button then visit your Domain Email account to copy confirmation code that Google has sent.
- Copy the confirmation code or click on the link inside that email and go back to your Gmail account. Paste it inside the verification box then click Verify.
- That’s about it. Now you’re done connecting both.
Selecting a different signature for each email:
You can’t set long signatures for Google Apps Domain Emails by default but because you’re now connected both to Gmail, you can set a signature for each of your emails:
- Go to Settings
- Look for Signature inside the General tab
- There you will see an editor box where you can design your own signature for every email account that you connected to your Gmail.
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