How to Use Gmail for a Mail Server?

Answer Gmail is a free browser-based email service provided with your Google account. However, this requires you to go to the Gmail website each time you want to send or receive email. You may wish to use... Read More »

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How to Configure Outlook SMTP Outgoing Mail Server to Send Through Gmail?

Google’s free email offering, Gmail, allows you to access your email account via IMAP. This means you can use Microsoft Outlook to read and write email and the account will stay in sync across ap... Read More »

What is the difference between a send mail server&an exchange mail server?

Both Sendmail and Exchange servers offer an easy way to transport email over a local network or the Internet. Sendmail offers fewer features than Exchange, and while Sendmail is intended for users ... Read More »

What Is the Gmail Pop Server?

POP stands for Post Office Protocol. It allows users to download and read e-mails directly from Gmail servers within another e-mail provider. It allows users to combine e-mail accounts from multipl... Read More »

How to Use Gmail as an SMTP Server?

Sending mail from your mail client and having your email appear to come from your own domain name requires using the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, abbreviated "SMTP." Your outgoing mail gets rou... Read More »