With Gmail recently (June 2014) adjusting their limits on incoming mail, our clients are being advised to change how we forward mail to them.
Instead of forwarding mail from our server to Gmail, we advise that clients create a POP box on our server, and configure Gmail to check that box.
The difference is subtle, but the benefit is that Google doesn’t see our server as generating massive amounts of email, and clients are assured delivery of their email.
Here’s how to set up a POP box using Gmail’s Fetcher feature.
Login to your Gmail
Click the little gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.
Select Accounts and Import
Under Check mail from other accounts (using POP3) click Add a POP3 mail account you own
Enter the email address ([email protected])
Click Next Step
Enter your full email as username ([email protected])
Enter your password
Enter secure566.websitewelcome.com for POP Server
Choose Port 995 from Port dropdown
Leave a copy of the retrieved message on the server unchecked.
Check Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail.
Click Add Account
On the final screen, it will optionally allow you to configure the account to send mail as [email protected] You can choose to skip this for now.
See Google’s official help document Check emails from other accounts using Gmail