Just like you share your pictures, videos, messages via Gmail, you can similarly share emails as well. Gmail lets you forward your emails to some other email address no matter what’s the reason. Whether you are out of the city and want someone to access your emails or you want certain emails to be automatically forwarded to any other email address, Gmail allows you to forward a single message or all the messages to the email address of your choice.
Moreover, if you have several email accounts to manage and it is getting too hectic to log into each one of them and check the emails, you can simply forward your G-mails to any other email client like Yahoo, Outlook, etc.
Furthermore, if you want to use email services such as Outlook to directly access your emails, you can set up Gmail in Outlook.
Gmail makes all the efforts to make it super user-friendly for you, but some things can still be confusing. So if you are a frequent Gmail user and interested in knowing more about mail forwarding in Gmail, keep on reading.
This method is simplest to use and you can use it whenever you have to forward a single email in Gmail. Here is how to use it:
This method is again useful when you just have to forward a single mail spontaneously and the steps listed below make it quite easy to perform:
You can set Gmail to automatically forward emails if you don’t have any specific criteria in your mind and just want to go with the ‘forward-everything’ approach. Once you have enabled the Gmail auto-forward feature, you can sit back and relax and all your emails will get automatically forwarded to your selected email address.
Using Multi-forward for Gmail, you can easily forward multiple emails within the snap of a finger. So if you don’t fall in any of the above categories, you can use this method to forward multiple emails in the form of attachments. Have a look at the steps for better understanding:
You are in a situation where you want to automatically forward only certain emails of your Gmail account from a specific sender. In this case, you can use Gmail’s auto-forward filter settings for which you will be required to perform some additional steps in addition to the third method explained above.
A few clicks can put a halt to the auto-forwarding feature that you have just enabled a few days ago. Here are the steps to take to disable/turn off automatic forwarding in Gmail:
First of all go to the Settings area and under the heading ‘Forwarding and POP/IMAP’, select the option that says ‘Disable Forwarding’; don’t forget to save the changes.
So now you know when an email is sent to you that you want to share with someone else, knowing how to forward in Gmail makes things effortless.
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