First things first. Have you applied for and obtained a Gmail address? http://mail.google.com/mail/signup
Then enter that address in Steps 7 and 9 (for the time being).
Once you get that account set up in Windows Mail, test it out to
make sure it is working properly, both sending and receiving.
Once that is done, proceed with the customization procedure per http://mail.google.com/support/bin/a...l&answer=22370
After you complete those 9 steps, make the corresponding change
in Windows Mail. Go to Tools, Accounts, select that Gmail account,
Properties, and on the General tab change the 'E-mail address' entry
to what you just got approved through the Gmail customization process.
Your correspondents will not be aware that you are sending through
a different SMTP server because the 'From' address they see is the
same as before.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"weldeep" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> Thanks again Gary, I was wrong about Gmail. My ignorance. I do not know
> as well,
> how to set the Gmail account in windows mail. I tried the steps given
> in the link sent by you. But it configured only my gmail and not the
> official mail which I'm using.
> I didn't understand step nos 7, and step 9 as to which email id i
> should type. what's Google Apps users?
> My email id is different from my user id in the company's server.
> for ex: user id : my.'name@xxxxxx' (my.name@xxxxxx)
> password : xxxxx
> email id : my.name@xxxxxx
> so when i had confirgured windows mail it was easy. but to configure
> windows mail, using gmail pop/smtp for my official address - is bit
> hope u help me further.
> thnks in adv.
> Gary VanderMolen;983797 Wrote:
>> There is nothing wrong with your mail server in Italy.
>> It notices you are connecting from a foreign country, so as
>> an anti-spam measure it makes some extra checks on the validity
>> of your point of origin. One of those checks fails (reverse DNS not
>> available for the BSNL connection).
>> Your objection to Gmail doesn't hold water. Gmail is not webmail only,
>> it also offers POP/SMTP access via your Windows Mail program:
>> 'Windows Mail - Gmail Help'
>> You can even configure the 'From' address in Gmail to be
>> you@xxxxxx, see
>> 'Adding a custom 'From' address - Gmail Help'
>> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
>> "weldeep" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> news:email@example.com...> > >
>> > >
>> > > Thanks Gary VanderMolen for your reply.
>> > >
>> > > 1. Use webmail for sending (via your browser). - I am using that
>> > > already but it's nuisance to log in everytime as it automatically
>> > logs
>> > > off after some time. U can't drag and drop attachments like in widows
>> > > mail. all the other disadvantages which u know.
>> > > 2. Ask your home ISP if they have a port other than '25' for SMTP.- I
>> > > contacted them but the call center guys don't seem to be knowing
>> > what's
>> > > that. i'm in india and mostly using bsnl as isp ('Bharat Sanchar
>> > Nigam
>> > > Ltd.'
>> > > ('Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.'
>> > (http://www.bsnl.co.in/faq/faqans.php...NL%20Broadband)))
>> > > 3. If you frequently send from multiple locations, get a free Gmail
>> > > account, configure it for POP access, and use it for your sending
>> > > chores. - I survive only on sending and receiving emails.
>> > > I can't do without them. I have even configured gmail but the same
>> > > problem with this as well, as written in point 1 about webmail.
>> > >
>> > > pls suggest anything else could be of help. could there be something
>> > > wrong with our company's email server? it's in italy.
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > --
>> > > weldeep > >