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This article describes how to use GMail as an email client, so that you can check any Fused email addresses within GMail's interface.


Important: Before proceeding with configuring GMail as an email client, you will need to have created an email account. If you have not done that yet, stop and do that now before proceeding.

  1. Login to your GMail account & select the gear (cogwheel) beneath your profile name in the upper right.
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Accounts and Import
  4. Next to Check mail from other accounts:, select Add a mail account.
  5. Enter your email address in the following window & hit Next.
  6. Ensure Import emails from my other account (POP3) is selected, and hit Next.
  7. Ensure Username is your full email address, and password is populated. Set the POP server to Ensure the port number is 995.
  8. Adjust the checkbox settings as desired (you'll likely want Leave a copy of retrieved message on server if you're using this email address on other devices). You'll also likely want to set a label for the account to differentiate incoming messages from your regular gmail mail, though you can do this later.
  9. Check Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail.
  10. Hit Add account. On the next page, hit Next. Set your display name as desired, and hit Next Step.
  11. Populate the smtp server as, ensure TLS is enabled, with the port number set to 587. Ensure your username/password are populated, and hit Add account.

Account login notification

As google likely just logged into your account, you'll likely receive an Unknown Network login notice in your inbox.

All set, sort of: Google will send you an authentication message to your email address that you need to verify to authorize the connection.

If you don't already have your email address setup on another device, you can login via our webmail system — via, replacing with your Fused hosted url.

Last update: 2020-09-08