Send mail with your domain using Gmail

Send mail with your domain with Gmail

If you own another email address, you can send mail as that address. For example:

  • Own domain, Yahoo, Outlook, or other non-Gmail address
  • Your work, school, or business domain or alias, like or
  • Another Gmail address

Tip: You can send emails from up to 99 different email addresses.

Step 1: Add an address you own

  1. On your computer, open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. Click the Accounts and import or Accounts tab.
  4. In the "Send mail as" section, click Add another email address.
  5. Enter your name and the address you want to send from.
  6. Click Next Step and then Send verification.
  7. For school or work accounts, enter the SMTP server (for example, or and the username and password on that account.
  8. Click Add Account.

Step 2: Confirm the address

  1. Sign in to the account you added.
  2. Open the confirmation message you got from Gmail.
  3. Click the link.

Step 3: Change the "From" address

  1. In the message, click the "From" line.
    (If you don't see this, click the space next to the recipient's email.)
  2. Select the address to send from.

More details can be found:


Help prevent email spoofing with SPF records

Protect against forged emails that appear to come from your domain

Spammers might send emails that appear to come from your domain. This is called spoofing. You can add a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record to your domain host to help your recipients know where emails from your domain should be coming from and that they aren't spoofed.

If you bought your domain from a Google partner (,, and when you signed up for G Suite, you might not need to do this. For details, see Settings managed by your domain host.

Add an SPF TXT record to your domain host

Your domain host keeps text settings (called DNS records) that direct web traffic to your domain. An SPF TXT record lists the mail servers that can send email from your domain. If a message is sent from a server that's not in the record, the recipient's server might consider it spam.

Note: A domain can only have one SPF record, but your record can list multiple servers. For details, see Add multiple servers to an SPF record.

  1. Sign in to your domain account at your domain host (not your Google Admin console).
  2. Go to the page for updating your domain's DNS records.
    This page might be called something like: DNS management, name server management, or advanced settings.
  3. Find your TXT records and check if your domain has an existing SPF record.
    The SPF record starts with "v=spf1".
  4. If your domain already has an SPF record, remove it. If not, skip to step 5.
  5. Create a TXT record with these values:
    • Name/Host/Alias—Enter @ or leave blank.
      Other DNS records for your domain might indicate the correct entry.
    • Time to Live (TTL)—Enter 3600 or leave the default.
    • Value/Answer/Destination—Enter v=spf1 ~all
  6. Save the record.

Your new SPF record takes effect within 48 hours.


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