How To Setup Automatically Forward Gmail Messages To Another Account
You can setup to forward all of your new emails to another email address, or only forward certain types of emails.
Set up automatic email forwarding
You can automatically forward your emails to another address. You can choose to forward all new emails, or just you need ones.
Note: You can only set up mail forwarding on your computer, and not on the Gmail apps.
Turn automatic forwarding on or off
Enable or disable automatic forwarding
Note: When your new emails are forwarded, emails from spam won’t be included.
Turn on automatic email forwarding
- On your pc, Sign in Gmail using the account you want to forward emails from. You can only forward emails for a single Gmail address, and not a mail group or alias.
- In the top right corner of the page, click Gmail Settings .
- Now click Settings.
- Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
- In the “Forwarding” tab, click Add a forwarding email address.
- Enter the email account you want to forward mails to.
- Press Next > Proceed > OK.
- A verification email will be sent to that email address. Click the verification link in that email message.
- Go back to the Gmail settings page for the email account you want to forward messages from, and refresh your web browser.
- Now click to select forward a copy of incoming email to.
- Choose what you want to do with the Gmail copy of your emails. We recommend Keep Gmail’s copy in the Gmail Inbox.
- At the bottom of the web page, click Save Changes button.
Turn off automatic email forwarding
- On your pc, Sign in Gmail using the email account you want to stop forwarding emails from.
- In the top right corner, click email Settings.
- Click Settings tab.
- Now Click at the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
- In the “Forwarding email” section, click Disable forwarding button.
- At the bottom end, click Save Changes tab.