Setting up your Gmail account and questions answered for Apple Mail and Outlook

Setting up your Gmail account and questions answered for Apple Mail and Outlook

If your organization is a approved 501C3 organization you will be using Gmail for your email accounts. Gmail is considered the Gold Standard in email services.
While we do not offer support for Gmail, as this is done at Google, you can find most of your answers for everything here.

Step 1. Login in to your Gmail account.

Step 2. On the top right of your screen click the cog and select Help.

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