If you set up a web site on Go Daddy, you may want to configure your settings to handle incoming e-mail. If you prefer to use GMail instead of Go Daddy's webmail interface, you can configure GMail to download your Go Daddy e-mail into your GMail inbox. This will allow you to use all of the familiar features in GMail while ensuring you don't miss any of your Go Daddy e-mail.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Navigate to Go Daddy webmail at http://email.secureserver.net.>
Log in to your Go Daddy e-mail.
Select "Email Client Settings" from the "Help" menu.
Write down the incoming e-mail server.
Log on to your GMail account.
Click the gear icon, and choose "Mail settings," then click on the "Accounts and Import" tab.
Click "Add POP3 e-mail account" under the "Check mail using POP3" section.
Enter your Go Daddy e-mail address in the Email Address field and click "Next Step."
Enter your Go Daddy webmail username and password in the respective fields.
Enter the incoming server address you wrote down in Step Four into the POP Server field.
Check the "Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server" box if you would like to keep a copy of your e-mail in your Go Daddy webmail inbox. If you do this, make sure you don't exceed your e-mail storage space limit on Go Daddy.
Click "Add Account" to save this account. GMail will now automatically download your Go Daddy e-mail into your GMail inbox.
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