Most people these days have multiple email addresses and it can be frustrating logging into different accounts to check them all.
Luckily there are two simple steps to combine all these accounts into one Gmail account. Forward all of your various email addresses to your Gmail account.
I recommend treating the email address as an alias.
2D) Unless you know what your doing and have reason to do otherwise, send the mail through Gmail.
Want to merge multiple Google Drive or Google Photos accounts?
We've got you covered in this tutorial on merging your files and photos into a different account. The first method is adding your old Gmail account to your new one, where you can send and receive emails from both accounts inside your new Gmail account.
Want to use both of your Gmail accounts through your new account?
Most email clients allow the auto-forwarding of emails.
If you have an old yahoo email address, or have an email address through your website host, you can set up all emails sent to those addresses to automatically be sent to your Gmail (or any other) email account.
It’s ideal because it will automatically pull all of the archived emails from your old account into the new or main account, and it will allow you to send and receive email from both your old and new accounts.
Unfortunately, Google’s security measures make the first approach prone to error, so while it’s ideal, it may require a lot of troubleshooting.