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Gmail is a widely-used email service provided by Google. It allows users to access their email messages from multiple devices and locations. To access your Gmail messages on a third-party email client, such as Microsoft Outlook, you need to set up the account using the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) settings.
IMAP is a protocol that allows users to access their email messages on a remote server while keeping the messages on the server even after they are downloaded to a local device. This allows users to access their email messages from multiple devices and ensures that any changes made on one device will be reflected on all other devices.
Here are the steps to configure your Gmail account on Microsoft Outlook using IMAP:
NOTE: Some versions of Outlook may require you to use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to connect to the incoming and outgoing mail servers. If prompted, select the Use the following type of encrypted connection option and select SSL.
Also, be aware of your google account security settings as if it's not allow less secure apps, it may cause problems while configuring.
It is important to note that IMAP and Post Office Protocol (POP) are two different protocols that can be used to access email messages on a remote server. POP is an older protocol that downloads email messages to a local device and removes them from the server. This means that the email messages are unavailable on other devices, and any changes made on one device are not reflected on other devices.
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In summary, setting up Gmail IMAP on Outlook allows you to access and manage your Gmail messages from your Outlook account, enabling you to keep all your emails in one place. It also allows you to access your emails from multiple devices, with all changes being synced across all devices. Remember to follow the steps outlined above for a successful setup and follow the safety guidelines of your google account.
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
Active leads are the contacts you upload in Smartlead, similar to contacts in HubSpot; if you upload 1000 leads to a campaign, they are considered 1000 active leads. If you upload similar leads to a new campaign, they are not considered a “new active lead” as they already exist in our system.
We don’t offer mailboxes yet. You need to get your own dedicated list of mailboxes using popular providers like Gmail, Outlook, Zoho, and others that exist in the market. Once you get them, follow our detailed guides to connect them quickly.
Absolutely, one of our most popular guides can be found right here. It's been used by a large percentage of users to go from zero to cold emailing experts. Covering all topics from email infrastructure to copywriting and lead sourcing.
No, Smartlead has over 200,000 highly reputed mailboxes connected. The advantage you get along with naturalized AI conversations is access to aged domains you will never find in any warmup tool.
It is used popularly by agencies to automate their entire lead generation process as well as to connect Smartlead to external tools to push and pull data from. You can also connect to 1000s of apps using Zapier.
Anyone that can close deals from demos will succeed with Smartlead. It works for Sales companies, Marketing agencies, SaaS businesses, Recruitment, and offline companies (like construction).
We do not provide you with leads. You will need to use other data providers. These leads can be automatically added to Smartlead using our API or bulk uploaded via our CSV upload system.
We're building native integrations with Hubspot, Salesforce, Close, Pipedrive, and many more. The best part, due to our open API and Webhook infrastructure, you can connect to any CRM in the world without an issue.
You can add an unlimited number of team members, as well as assign them roles and authority access.
Yes, it's common for many people to move to Custom plans after a few weeks. You can view all the options for up to 10M leads on the subscription page once you sign up for free.