You can add multiple email accounts using POP3 if you wish, and if you’d like to sync IMAP accounts, check out our tutorial on setting up Gmail using IMAP in Outlook 2010.
We were all hoping that for the upcoming Outlook 2010 release Microsoft would go back to IE, but they have announced that they are sticking with Word.
The pitchforks and torches are waving, but it looks like we’ll be dealing with the Word engine for emails for many years.
Depending on your setup, Gmail is automatically setup, but sometimes it fails to find the settings.
If this is the case, we’ll go back and manually configure it.
Are you excited about the latest version of Outlook, and want to get it setup with your Gmail accounts?
Here’s how you can easily add your Gmail account using POP to Outlook 2010.
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Conclusion Adding Gmail using the POP setting to Outlook 2010 is usually easy and only takes a few steps.
Even if you have to enter your settings manually, it is still a fairly simple process.
Manually Configure Outlook for Gmail Back at the account setup screen, select You also might want to uncheck the box to Remove messages from the server after a number of days.