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Written by  2017-08-19

Receive and Send your corporate mails from Google's Gmail

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Digital life has become complicated lately with different mail clients thrown in our face; Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Entourage, Outlook Express, Apple Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird, SquirrelMail, RoundCube, Citadel, Elm, Balsa, MailBird, etc. Each of these come with different interfaces with features that ask for our efforts to indulge in the learning curve.

We all yearn for simplicity, especially if you are getting old like me. One way of simplifying our lives in the mail world is getting our mails in one dashboard - no matter how many mail accounts we have. Gmail is a free, advertising supported service with support for email clients - and is aimed at simplifying our lives too. With a Gmail account, you take advantage of accessibility and integration of other Google services, e.g Google Calendar, Google+, Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google Buzz and other Google Apps.

Enough of theories! Grab yourself a cup of coffee and get ready to simplify your life even more by helping you get all your corporate emails in one access point - Gmail. I take you through the process of receiving and sending all your corporate mail accounts in Google's Gmail.

  1. Open your Gmail account or create one if you do not have one.
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