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How to set up Google mail

Correct Google mail settings will provide not only convenience in its use, but also make it more secure by protecting confidential information. To configure, you must first go to your mailbox, enter your login and password. Why you need to go to the “Settings” section of the mailbox.

Message Forwarding Settings

In order to configure the process of sending messages from your mailbox, you must first go to the POP / IMAP section, and then enable IMAP, which is disabled in the standard position, unlike POP. After enabling IMAP, the user of the mailbox opens with various additional settings that you can not touch and leave as it is, saving the changes made.

Compared with others, setting up Google mail is very simple, because it has the ability to automatically connect to IMAP, for this you need to uncheck the box next to “Configure server settings manually.” As a result of such actions, automatic synchronization of data on the server and the mailbox is performed, which allows eliminating all differences without user intervention. For example, after disconnecting an Internet connection, users often delete or transfer their mail. With proper synchronization after the Internet turns back on, all changes will be made on the mail server.

Username and login settings

When setting up mail, you need to specify the login used during registration, and after it set @ gmail.com, which many users who have come up with the need to set up mail forget to do.

Email client setup

In order to use Gmail from Google, you can use not only the existing web option, but also various email clients. For a certain category of users, this is a more convenient option for managing mail. To do this, use the incoming server address: pop.gmail.com. The port number in the client settings will need to be specified 995 and select a secure connection.

Now you need to configure the outgoing mail server, which is done in almost the same way, except that you will need to enter other data. The server name will now be: smtp.gmail.com, and the port can be one of two: 465 and 587. It is necessary to choose a secure TLS or SSL connection. Login and password for outgoing and incoming mail servers are entered the same, if there is such a need.

Basic Gmail Settings

In order to configure the web version of Google mail for yourself, you need to go to “Settings” in the upper right corner, after that a window will open in which each parameter will go in order.

At the very top, the preferred interface language is entered, here you can select any language depending on the region and individual preferences.

The next setting is the country phone code, opposite the parameter you will need to select the country in which you are from the list of options presented. The next parameter is to select the page size of the web version of Google mail, it consists of setting two parameters: the number of conversations and contacts located on one page. In the standard version, the values ​​are set for chains: 50, and for contacts 250. The first parameter can be reduced or increased, and the second only reduced by 100 or 50.

Next is the image settings, you can always get them or select the option “ask for permission to display the image”. In the settings, the user can select the style of the used text that is displayed on the page. You can change text parameters such as font, size, color. This makes it possible to choose the most convenient and pleasant option for the eyes. This setting is very useful for people who have vision problems. They can choose the most readable font and text size.

The “Conversation of letters” option located in the mail settings can be turned on or off. It allows you to group letters received on one topic. In the standard version, the parameter is turned on, but you can turn it off if desired.

The option “Send letters via Google+” allows you to specify the possibility of correspondence with people who send you letters. If a message comes from a user in your circles, you need to make a confirmation to continue. Gmail can send and archive emails. The button for sending and archiving is hidden in the standard settings, but you can enable it by selecting the option to show the “Send and archive” button in the response.

For chat messages, you can enable or disable desktop notifications. This feature is useful for users who are chatting using gmail, you can also turn on messages about important and new messages or turn them off. In the standard version of settings, the function is turned off and the mail user does not receive notifications of new letters.

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