If you’d like to break away from using Outlook, try setting up your Gmail account to retrieve up to five existing email accounts and drop them into your Gmail inbox.
Simply go to the Accounts and Import tab and enter your account details.
You’ll need to set up the “Import Mail and Contacts” and “Send Mail As:” settings if you want to make it appear to be sending your domain emails with your Gmail email address appearing on all outgoing emails ( e.g. “sent via email@example.com”).
If you’d like to send an email from your domain email address and make it appear like firstname.lastname@example.org without the gmail.com account attached to your outgoing messages, you’ll need to set up the POP3 settings (“Send Mail As:” settings) to do so.
Click on SEND MAIL FROM ANOTHER ADDRESS and a window will pop up and guide you through the process.
You’ll see this pop up window.
When you’ve properly set up both “Import emails and contacts” and “Send mail as:” settings, you’ll be able to send and receive emails without the hint of it coming from your Gmail account.
You’ll be able to pull down a menu bar and select which account you’d like to send an email from before sending the email out.