Step 1: Determine what emails you'd like me to set up
First, determine which emails you’d like me to set up. For example, if your website is joescoffeeshop.com, then perhaps you would like to have the following email addresses:
Step 2: Create new Gmail accounts if applicable
Examples of names you could use:
Step 3: Send me a list of addresses you'd like and their corresponding Gmail addresses
If you haven’t done so already, send me an email explaining which emails you decided on in Step 1, and what Gmail accounts these new email addresses should correspond with.
- firstname.lastname@example.org should send/receive mail as email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org should send/receive mail as email@example.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org should send/receive mail as email@example.com
Step 4: Set up aliases in Gmail
- Log in to your Gmail account
- Click on the cogwheel icon:
- Select Settings
- Select the Accounts and Import tab
- Select Add another email address under the section entitled Send mail as:
- In the resulting pop-up window, type the name associated with the account (e.g. Joe Smith) and the email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org), then click Next Step.
- On the next page, enter the following information:
- For the SMTP Server, type your website name preceded by “mail.” For example, if your website is joescoffeeshop.com, you will enter mail.joescoffeeshop.com.
- For the Username, enter your email address (e.g. email@example.com)
- For the Password, enter the password that I sent you for this email address.
- Change the Port number to 465.
- Click Add Account.
- At this point, an email should be sent to you with a verification code. Enter the code on the next page:
- Finally, back in the Settings > Accounts and Imports tab, find your new email address and select make default. Now you should be able to send email from your Gmail account and it will appear with your website’s domain name (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org). You may also want to select Always reply from default address so that you will always send email from your branded email address.