Gmail Notifier is a handy free software that enables you to check your email without having to access Gmail on the web browser. There are many cases that make Gmail login fails, so, using Gmail Notifier helps you do not miss any new email. In the article below, will guide you how to use Gmail Notifier with some simple steps.

When Gmail login fails, users will encounter difficulty in checking email on a web browser. This can affect pretty much to your work, your learning. However, you do not necessarily have to login Gmail on web browser.
Here’s instruction on how to use Gmail Notifier, check mail on the desktop.

Step 1: Run Gmail Notifier after installing, you will first select the language to use and then click OK.


Step 2:
At Main tab, click Manage Accounts.


Step 3:
In Accounts tab you click Add to add the email address (If you have not Gmail account, sign up through some simple step)


Step 4:
Depending on your needs you can select Google Gmail Atom or Google Gmail IMAP …


Step 5:
Here, enter your account information then click OK to create.


Step 6:
After creating, you will see a window as shown below:


Thus, whenever you have a new email, system will notify you and you do not need to log in to your Gmail to read or reply, you can perform those actions right here. Applications will be run underground your system tray, you simply click on the arrow below the system tray to see application is still open.


With the tutorial above, you do not need to log in to your Gmail account to check e-mail and still not miss any emails thanks to Gmail Notifier, really handy right? Besides, you should change your Gmail password regularly for secure your account better.
Wish you use Gmail more professionally!

For many different reasons, you want to create and use a new Gmail account, but your old Gmail account still contains many important messages. Instead of sending the message in turn to the new Gmail, you just need to setup some simple steps then the emails contained in the old Gmail account will be transferred to a new Gmail account. This function has already been in Gmail for you.

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Follow the steps below to transfer your Gmail messages from old to new Gmail account.

Step 1: First sign in to your old Gmail account and click on the Gear icon at the top right corner of the page, select Settings.


Step 2: In the Settings, click on the “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” tab and then select the option “Enable POP for all mail.”

As soon as you Enable POP, you will see a drop-down menu below which will let you decide what you want to do with the emails that are accessed by POP. You can save a copy in the old account, mark them as read, archive them or just delete them.

Once you have selected the desired option, click on “Save changes”.


Step 3: Login new Gmail account, select Settings ->Accounts Card -> Add a POP3 mail account you own in Check Email from other accounts section to receive email from other accounts.


Step 4: Fill old email address in the Email address box then click Next Step.


Step 5: Fill in all the information of your old account.

  • Username: The old Username.
  • Password: The old Password
  • POP Server: Select

Click Add Account to add the account.


Step 6: In the next dialog box, select Yes, I want to be … if you want to receive messages from your old Email account by the new account and use the old email address to reply.


Step 7: At this stage, you’ve got all the old mail in hand, if you want to reply and send messages using the old mail address through old mail, continue these steps.

Enter the old email address and select Specify a different “Reply-to” address to specify another email address to reply.


Step 8: This step is to confirm that you are the owner of this email address, click Send Verification for Gmail to send a verification code.


Step 9: Log in to the old Gmail to get the code and paste it into Click on the link in the new account then click Verify.


After all mentioned steps, you just have to wait for the entire mail to be forwarded to the “new home”, speed depends on the number of mail available.