HOW TO MOVE/PORT FR0M YAHOO MAIL TO GMAIL.

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Yahoo Mail has taken quite a bit

of guff over

the last year for its redesign,

leaving many

email users unhappy. But, that

doesn’t mean

you have to just take it. You can

make the

switch from Yahoo to Gmail if

you know

how. We’ve put together a step-

by-step

guide to making the move.

1. Sign in to Gmail and click the

gear icon

on the top right.

2. Click the tab for Accounts.

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3. Click “Add a POP3 mail account

you

own.”

4. Type your Yahoo Mail account

into the

pop-up window. Click Next Step.

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5. Enter your password and click

Add

Account.

6. Check the box to treat your

Yahoo Mail

as an alias account. Click Next

Step.

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7. Click Send Verification.

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8. Sign into your Yahoo Mail

account from

a separate window and open

the email from

the Gmail Team.

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9. Go back to your Gmail page

and enter

the confirmation code from the

email.

Click Verify.

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10. Click Next Step.

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11. Go back to the Yahoo Mail

and click the

link in the email.

12. Click on the little address

book icon on

the bottom of the left rail.

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13. Click on the word Actions at

the top of

your contacts list and click

Export.

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14. Type the code that verifies

you’re a real

person and click Export Now.

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15. Select vCard Single File. Click

Export

Now.

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16. Go back to your Gmail and

select the

down arrow on the top right.

Click on

Contacts.

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17. Click the More tab and select

Import.

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18. Click Choose File.

gmailchoosefile

19. Locate the downloaded file

and click

Open. Then click Import.

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20. Click the More button and

select “Find

& merge duplicates.”

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21. Click Merge.


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