Consolidating to gmail


But your contacts list isn't just for making calls.It also populates messaging apps like Whats App, Snapchat and Viber.Until recently, I just ignored the growing chaos of my contacts list.If I needed to call someone who wasn't already in my favorites, I typed their name into the search box and never, ever tried scrolling.On the Gmail Contacts page, click Export in the top right, choose to export just your contacts or your contacts and Gmail's suggested contacts, select "Outlook's CSV format (for importing into Outlook or other applications)," and click the Export button. Select the Save File button (it's chosen by default) and click OK.The list will be saved in your Downloads folder (or whichever folder you've picked as your default).

(I list the reasons why I made that choice in this post.) I keep my personal mail separate from my work correspondence.Over the years I've accumulated a collection of addresses on a variety of free email services: Hotmail and its successors; Yahoo (barely used); and, of course, Gmail.With this consolidation, all of those widely scattered addresses are now going to a single inbox, with an address hosted on a domain I own.Adjust your preferences on the Options and Syncing screens that follow, then click Next to complete the setup. You can access your email on your Android device using the Android email reader, as follows.On your device, tap the Email app, then tap Add account. Leave the Domain field blank and in the Username field, enter your email address, enter your Password, and for the Server name, enter s. com email by logging into on your Android phone’s internet browser.My i Phone address book holds nearly 800 contacts including defunct numbers, contacts containing no information, and of course the requisite dozens of duplicate contacts.

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