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Using Gmail

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Setting Up Mail Fetcher Once the settings page has loaded, click on Add POP3 email account under the Check mail using POP3 heading. (See fig. 11). – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Using Gmail


1
Using Gmail
  • With Selected Process Mail Fetcher
  • Kevin Mackowick, Tolgahan Kurt, Matthew Wessel,
    Michael Hincke, and Brian Thackston.

2
Introduction Gmail Basics
  • Gmail is a free webmail service provided by
    Google
  • It was the first large webmail provider to
    provide at least one gigabyte of storage space
    for emails
  • It was designed to be a personal archive that
    contains a wealth of information

3
Selected Process Mail Fetcher
  • Gmail can be used as an email client, similar to
    Microsofts Outlook Express, to regularly check
    email accounts you may have with other service
    providers.
  • As a student at UMBC, important messages are sent
    to your University-supplied _at_umbc.edu email
    address.
  • Rather than logging in to both your Gmail and
    UMBC email accounts separately, you can use
    Gmails Mail Fetcher to automatically download
    messages from the UMBC server to your Gmail
    inbox.

4
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • In order to set up Mail Fetcher, you must first
    log into Gmail (fig. 1), and then select the
    settings tab (fig. 2).

5
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • Once the settings page has loaded, click on Add
    POP3 email account under the Check mail using
    POP3 heading. (See fig. 11).

6
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • A window will pop up. Next, enter your full UMBC
    email address in the box and click on Next Step
    gtgt. (See fig. 12).

7
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • In the new window that appears, you will notice
    that your username has already been filled in.
    Enter your myUMBC directory password in the
    Password box. (See fig. 13).

8
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • Next, select imap.umbc.edu from the Pop Server
    drop down list. (See fig. 14).

9
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • After making this selection, Port should
    automatically change to 995 and the Always use a
    secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail
    check box will be selected.
  • Optionally, if you would like a copy of your UMBC
    email to stay on the myUMBC webmail server, you
    may also select the Leave a copy of retrieved
    messages on the server check box. (See fig. 15).

10
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • Select Add Account gtgt and a new window will
    appear notifying you that your account has been
    successfully added. You can now receive messages
    from the UMBC server.
  • To send messages from Gmail using your UMBC email
    address, click Next Stepgtgt. (See fig. 16).

11
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • In the Name field, enter your name as you would
    like it to appear in outgoing emails, then click
    Next Stepgtgt. (See fig. 17).

12
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • In the next window, leave the default option
    selected Send through Gmail, then click Next
    Stepgtgt. (See fig. 18).

13
Setting Up Mail Fetcher
  • A new window will now appear. Select Send
    Verification and the window will close. (See fig.
    19). You must now check your UMBC email either by
    logging in to myUMBC or waiting for Gmail to
    download your UMBC mail.
  • You will receive a verification email from Gmail
    that contains a link to activate the sending
    feature. Clicking on this link completes the
    setup process.

14
Questions?
  • The group will now take any questions you may
    have.
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