There are at least two ways to add an alias to Gmail. Let’s review both of them.
Gmail has a built-in alias mechanism that allows adding dots and pluses to the name of the box. Let's take a look at these features using examples: Let's say you're the owner of [email protected].
If we write letters to [email protected], [email protected] or even [email protected] - they will come to you correctly to the original email [email protected]. Gmail ignores dots in mailboxes. But there are several limitations:
The "+" symbol can be added after the name of the box, adding any other name after it. For example, you can send an email to boxes [email protected], firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will reach the original box.
Using both a dot and an email, you can't completely change your email address, but they are very convenient for filtering incoming emails. For example, to order a product on a website, you can leave an email to [email protected] and use the filter to mark incoming emails to this alias in a separate label or delete them. Unfortunately, not all registration forms allow you to enter a "+" in the email field. In this case, using a point (".") in the alias may help.
If you already have another email, we can add it as an alias to our Gmail.
Accounts and Importtab.
Send mail as:field, choose
Add another email address.
Treat as an aliascheckbox is checked.
When replying to a message:checkbox will appear on the settings page below the
Add another email addressbutton. With this checkbox you can specify from which email address to reply by default if you received an email to a connected mailbox:
We will now be receiving emails from a connected mailbox. When you create a new email, in the "To:" field, you can choose from which address to send it.
You can read about how to connect an alias to Gmail using G Suite in the official article: https://support.google.com/a/answer/33327?hl=en