How to Add Bluehost Email to Gmail?

Are you looking to use your Bluehost email through Gmail? This can be an effective way to manage your emails and yet maintain a professional look. Gmail can be accessed from all devices and is quicker to access for most people. So here are the instructions to add your Bluehost email to Gmail.

Step 1 – Log in

You first need to log into your Gmail account.

Step 2 – Settings

In the top left-hand corner of the screen, there is the ‘Settings’ cog. Click on this and choose ‘Settings’. Then click on the ‘Accounts’ options.

Step 3 – Locate

Now you need to locate the ‘Check mail from other accounts’ setting. You can then click on the option to add a mail account.

Step 4 – Enter details

Now you need to enter lots of details about your email account. This will include the email address, click on the ‘Next’ button after adding this. You can then enter the full email address as the username. Then the password for the email account you’re connecting to Gmail.

You will then need to enter the POP server. This will vary depending on whether you’re using the ‘Always use a secure connection (SSL)’ option. If you’re using it without SSL, your domain name will precede with ‘mail.’.

If you’re using SSL, this will be the Servers hostname. You should also change the port to 995.

Step 5 – Additional Options

Now make any choices you want that are optional and then click on the ‘Add Account’ button.

Outgoing Mail

When it comes to sending emails from your Gmail account, you can do this with ease. You need to choose the option ‘Yes I want to be able to send mail as {your email address}’. When you’re attaching the email accounts, you will want to use the address as an Alias.

To do this you will need to click on the ‘Add Account’ button and then choose the option ‘Send through {your email address} SMTP server’. Then you will need to enter the SMTP server details. These details will be similar to the ones that have mentioned in the incoming above.

You will also need to enter your full email address as the username and the password for the email account.

On the ports section, Choose Port 25 for non-SSL or 465 for SSL.

Final Word: How to Add Bluehost Email to Gmail?

Above are the instructions for adding Bluehost email to Gmail. This can help you improve response time to customers and allow you to have a professional image while using Gmail.

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