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How to Access Gmail Account in Outlook 2010

david johnson By david johnson Published on July 10, 2017

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Want to access Gmail account in with your Outlook account to stay connected and organized with email capabilities and calendar without compromising send & receive email facility from Gmail, then read this blog carefully here you can find out complete guidance to do so. Alternatively, you can call on Gmail support phone number to take expert support.

Steps to Access Gmail Account in Outlook 2010:

Step 1: First of all add your Gmail account to the Outlook

Step 2: Open Microsoft Outlook account on your PC. Its Auto Account Setup facility should automatically activate if you are this program first.

Step 3: Click Next button on the current window, in that you are prompted to configure an email account in Outlook.

Step 4: Select Yes -> click Next to add a fresh e-mail account.

Step 5: Fill your details like name, password and email address of Gmail account-> Click Next

Step 6: Now wait a few minutes for your new account to be configured -> finish.

That’s all for now in case if you are not able to follow these steps then it’s recommended call on Gmail customer support phone number to perform the same procedure in the presence of an expert. You can get toll-free Gmail help number from contact-customer-service.com website with ease.

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