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Is there a way to stop Outlook 2007 from receiving emails and just use it to send emails?
The accounting software I am using will only let me send emails from the program using outlook. What I would like is for this to still happen, but I don’t want outlook to receive any emails, I want that to be handled by the google mail interface. Is there a way to make outlook just an email sending program?
Open Outlook > Tools > Options > Other tab > “Unchecked box” Make Outlook the default email program with Calendar, etc… > click
Apply,OK and Close.
Making Gmail your default mail application
You can designate Gmail as your default mailto handler. This means that when you click on any hyperlinked email address, a Gmail compose window will open so you can send a message to that address from Gmail.
To do so in Windows:
1.Download the Gmail Notifier.
2.Right-click the Notifier icon in your system tray, and select Options.
3.Check the box next to Use Gmail for internet mailto: links.
If you decide later that you don’t want to use Gmail as your default email application, simply uncheck the box.
And, if you’re using a Mac, you can set your default mailto handler by following these steps:
1.Download the Google Notifier.
2.Open the Notifier.
3.Click the Mail icon on the Menu bar and go to Preferences…
4.Select the Gmail tab and choose Gmail as the program from the Compose mail in drop-down menu.
Note: The Notifier is currently available in English only.
Click this link below to download and install Gmail Notifier
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