How to Setting up Gmail to receive your domain mail
This is how to setup your Gmail to retrieve your email from our E-mail Server.
To setup your Email to handle your new POP3 e-mail account, please follow the instruction below :-
1. Open Gmail account > Go to Settings > Settings … the settings is located at the top right. After clicking it, the settings menu will appear.
2. In the settings menu, select Accounts and Import. In “send mail as” section, click add another email address you own
3. The pop-up box will come out.Gmail will ask you to fill in your Name and Email address. For the name section, you can put in anything you want. This name will come up as sender name when you send an email. For example, we put “webmaster” as name. Everytime we send an email, the recipient will get an email from “webmaster“.
Then, put in your email address. Then click next step.
4. Just leave it as “send through Gmail (easier to set up)” and then click next step.
5. Gmail will send verification code to your domain mail. Open your email (your domain email) and find the verification code (send by Gmail Team)
6. Then paste your verification code into the verification box. and simply click verify. Your new mail should be appear in Settings > Settings > Accounts and Import > Send mail as:
7. After that, still in the Settings > Settings > Accounts and Import, in Check mail from other accounts (using POP3), click at Add a POP3 mail account you own.
8. An pop up box will appear. Put in your email address. Then, click Next Step.
9. First, make sure your email address is correct. then, put your username (email) and your email password. At pop server, just leave it as mail.yourdomain.com (for example, webmaster.netbusiness.com). Leave it to 110 for the port number.* You may tick “Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server” if you like to keep a copy of your email in your domain server as well. That’s mean you will also get the same email for your webmail. (duplicate)