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Google Introduces Gmailify, Now you can have Mail without @gmail.com

Gmail is one of the most popular email services with more than 900 million users globally.
Last March, Google began allowing its users to link their Gmail account with their Yahoo! and Outlook accounts so that all of their emails could be accessed from a single screen. The company announced today that it is expanding the feature, called Gmailify.

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you now have the option to Gmailify your inbox.

Gmailify links your existing account to Gmail so that you get all the bells and whistles—spam protection, inbox organization and even Google Now cards based on your mail—without having to leave your current address behind.

All you need to do is open the Gmail app, sign in to your email account(s), and enable Gmailify. And of course, you’re always in control—so if you ever change your mind, you can unlink your account(s) at any time, and continue to access them through the Gmail app without using Gmailify.

That really means that you will be able to check your @Yahoo.com, @Hotmail.com, or @Outlook.com email by using Gmail’s mobile manufactured app – but you can simply work on that accounts as in those email were hosted on Google’s personal own server. It will make a sense for users who would really love to choose the Gmail account for their personal advanced features set, but they stop with other email ids and they are really not interested in going through the all the hassles mixed with changing their personal email id address.
If you have permission for access to your non-Gmail id from the Gmail app, you will still need to select or option for the “Gmailify” features. For the same to do so and there is no need to login to your Gmail app, sign in into your external ids and then “to start the Gmail if,”  Google posted a tweet to.
At launch, “Gmailify” only works with Yahoo and Microsoft’s Hotmail/Outlook, but Google says more providers will be supported in the future.
For more information visit Google support help page

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