You need to create a business email id with the given option on your screen. Choose a name for your email account, as I’m creating one for me i.e. (firstname.lastname@example.org) and enter your convenient password. Once completed, click on “Create Account” and your business email is ready now.
Your business email is ready now
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Now in the Webmail mail window, head to the “Forwarding Options”
You’ll see an option “Add Forwarder” click on it.
Enter your personal Gmail account in which you want your business mails to go.
Now, go to your Gmail account and log in. Once done, press the Settings icon and in the drop-down option, click on “Settings”
Now you’re on the Gmail settings page, where you can find an option as the “Accounts and Import” tab, click on it. Then you’ll find another option i.e. “Add another email address you own” under the “Send Email As” option, click on it.
Now a pop-up box will appear, asking “Enter information about your other email address.”. So enter your name and business email id. Once done, check the box saying “Treat as an Alias” and click on “Next Step”.
Now you’ve to configure the mail SMTP server. It’s a very crucial part. In the box, enter only your domain SMTP Server Name in the “SMTP Server” field, then the port needs to unchanged, in the Username field put your business mail id and also enter the password which you have used while creating the business email account in the “Password” field. The “Secured Connection Using TLS” option will also be unchanged. Once done, click on “Add Account”.
Now Gmail will send you an email to your personal Gmail id to verify your domain and will ask you to enter the confirmation code to verify.
To get the code go to the Gmail account and we’ll get a mail from Gmail Team regarding Gmail confirmation. Open the mail and you’ll get a confirmation code from Gmail (Check upper image).
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