I’m a power Google Mail (Gmail) user using almost all of its features. Gmail is my primary e-mail account which I have been using since its launch in April 1, 2004. Why? Because of it’s powerful features like – Search, Filters, Labels, Archives, Labs, POP3, IMAP, Chat within browser, Offline features, Smart Spam filter etc. – the list never ends.
One of the key feature of Gmail is it’s ability to check emails from other accounts such as Hotmail using POP3. You can also use Gmail to send mails from your other email addresses using Gmail’s “Send mail as” feature. However Google used to show an annoying “On behalf of” message to the recipient. Not anymore!
I’m going to show you how to use Gmail’s “Send mail as” feature to send mails from all your other email accounts without actually showing to the recipient that you’re emailing from Gmail. So the recipient will never know that you’re using your @gmail.com or @googlemail.com e-mail address to send the mails.