Gmail Tips and Tricks – Gmail ID and Googlemail ID

Is it Gmail or Googlemail?

Is my ID or

I had this question in my mind for a longer time and now I found the answer. and are the same

My sample email address is and also So you can send emails to my both addresses and its all the same

You can use it the way you want it. Read more about the Gmail email address tips in this website like adding dot and adding plus.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please post a comment.

Dave 🙂

Gmail Tips and Tricks – How to add a reply to address?

If you are a Gmail (Google Mail) user and if you want to add another email address to receive emails, you can follow the steps below to set the �Reply to� address.

When you do this Gmail will also ask you for a verification.

What is reply to address?

When someone replies to your email they do not normally type in the address, instead they just click the Reply button and the mail client will automatically load the reply to address. Sometimes you may want to receive emails in a different address than the one you send. In that case you can set a different �reply to� address.

  • Log in to Gmail
  • Click on the �Settings� button appearing on top right corner
  • Then click Accounts Tab

Gmail Settings Tab

  • You will see a list of options
  • Right side of your email Address you will see �Edit info� option

Gmail Add Reply to Address

  • Click Edit Info
  • You will get a pop-up menu with more options like below. Sometimes you may not get the Pop-up because of pop up blockers, if so enable pop-up blocker for Gmail.

Gmail Add Reply to Address 1

  • Here enter the �Reply To� name that you want to use
  • Click on the �Specify a different Reply-to address�

Gmail Add Reply to Address 2

  • And click Save Changes
  • Once you Save the pop-up window will close automatically and you will see the Reply-To address as below

Gmail Add Reply to Address 3

You can also do this by adding new email addresses. I have another post explaining that.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please post a comment.

Dave 🙂