Moving mail from another account to Gmail
There are two ways to move your mail from another account to Gmail: forwarding mail and fetching mail. Regardless of which way you use, we suggest creating filters and labels in Gmail to help organize this mail.Select an option below to learn more about moving mail, and to see which method will work best for you. Transfer existing mail to Gmail, and check for new messages regularly
Fetching: Gmail's Mail Fetcher can download messages from up to five other email accounts on a regular basis, centralizing all your email in Gmail. If your other webmail account offers POP3 access, you can configure Mail Fetcher in Gmail and automatically download all your other mail to Gmail. In a short amount of time, this will download all of your existing messages to Gmail, and will regularly check your other account for new mail.
You'll need to contact your other webmail provider to determine whether or not they support POP3 access, and for instructions on enabling it.
Learn how to set up Mail Fetcher.
Forwarding: If your other webmail provider supports auto-forwarding, you can set your Gmail address as the forwarding target. This will only forward mail that arrives from now on.
You'll need to contact your other webmail provider to determine whether or not they support auto-forwarding, and for instructions on enabling it.
Learn how to set up auto-forwarding.