Send mail as my gmob address
How do I send as my gmob address
Gmail lets you send messages with another of your email addresses listed as the sender instead of your Gmail address. This feature helps you manage multiple accounts from the Gmail interface; it works only if you already own the email account linked to the alternate address. To send mail from a different Gmail username, you'll first need to sign up for that address. Select an option below for instructions on how to add your other addresses to your Gmail account.
I'm a Gmail or Google Apps user sending from an external address.
If Gmail sends a verification email and you didn't receive the it, the message was probably caught by a spam or bulk mail filter in your recovery email system. Try checking your Spam or Bulk Mail folders for a message from firstname.lastname@example.org to see if the email ended up in there.
Your Gmail address will still be included in your email header's sender field, to help prevent your mail from being marked as spam. Most email clients don't display the sender field, though some versions of Microsoft Outlook may display "From email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org." For this reason, if you don't want 'on behalf of' to appear in any of your messages, we recommend using the SMTP servers of your other email provider.
Your other email provider has to provide authenticated SMTP support for you to use this option. We'll use TLS by default, or SSL if you enable it. Many email services that provide POP or IMAP support also offer authenticated SMTP support, and you can likely find your SMTP server configuration instructions alongside information about POP or IMAP. Also, this new version of custom 'From:' doesn't work with Yahoo! Mail Plus accounts just yet, but we've reached out to Yahoo! to try to get it working.
I'm a Google Apps for Business user sending from a domain alias or nickname.
If you don't receive the confirmation email, contact your Google Apps administrator to confirm the domain alias or nickname has been configured.
Messages you send will appear to be from the domain alias or nickname. The return-path of the message will indicate your primary mail addresses, but only recipients who look at the original message header will notice.
Once you're set up: sending mail
To use one of your alternate sender addresses, just pick an address from the drop-down menu in the 'From:' field when you compose a message. If you're replying or forwarding to a message, click 'change' next to the 'From:' field. You can also choose to automatically use the address to which a message was sent.
To edit the name, configuration or reply-to address for an existing entry, click edit next to the address on your Accounts tab. To delete an address, just click delete.
Note for IMAP/POP users: If you access Gmail through a POP or IMAP email client (e.g. Outlook) and would like to send messages with a custom "from" address, you have two options. We recommend that you configure your email client with two outgoing SMTP servers, one for Gmail and one for your other address. Or, you can use Gmail's outbound servers with a different "from" address. If you've already configured the alternate address, your message will be sent from:email@example.com, sender:firstname.lastname@example.org, regardless of which custom from configuration you chose.