How do I transfer email to Gmail?
Using YippieMove with Gmail to transfer your email is really easy. In this easy three three-step guide, we will show you how to transfer your email to Gmail from a Yahoo! Mail account. However, you can use these steps if you want to transfer your old emails to Gmail from any supported providers, such as AOL.
Step 1: Where are you transferring from?
In Step 1 you need to provide us with details about the account you are transferring from. In this case, the Yahoo! Mail account.
Since we are transferring emails from the Yahoo! Mail account 'firstname.lastname@example.org,' we enter 'email@example.com' next to 'Account Login.' We also need to enter our password next to 'Password.'
Next, we need to select "Yahoo! Mail" in the drop-down list next to 'Provider.'
Once you are done with this, I press Next.
Step 2: Where are you transferring to?
In Step 2 you need to provide us with details about the account you are transferring to. Since we want to transfer emails to Gmail, we enter need to enter the Gmail information.
Next to 'Account Login,' enter your Gmail username. In this example we are using the account 'firstname.lastname@example.org.' We also need to enter the Gmail password next to the text 'Password.'
Since we are transferring to 'Gmail', we need to select this next to 'Provider'
Step 3: What do you want to move?
In Step 3 you need to select the folders you wish to transfer.
For most users, the default selection is fine, as we select everything except folders such as Junk and Trash.
If you would like to make changes to the selection, use the checkboxes to the left of the folder names.
Once you're done selecting folders, press Next.
Create a YippieMove Account
Finally, you need to create a YippieMove-account. You need this account to monitor your transfer. We also use the email address you enter here to notify you when the transfer has started and when it has been completed.
If you create multiple transfers, you can use the same account to easily keep track of them
That's it. Click here to get started.