An email provider may need to add an additional setting to allow you to change the default email address on your Gmail account.
Google’s Gmail servers are configured to automatically forward emails to a Gmail account for sending.
This option can be enabled for all email accounts or for specific accounts.
The Gmail server can be configured to use one of three email address formats.
The first is a full domain name, where all mail messages will be forwarded to that domain.
The second is a personal domain, where you can add or remove domains.
The third is a unique email address that can only be used for specific emails.
The default is to use the third option.
Gmail’s default email server settings are configured through the settings menu.
To change the Gmail server to use a domain-only email address, click the settings button next to “Gmail Server Settings.”
You will then be taken to a list of settings for the Gmail account and you will be asked to enter a name for your Gmail domain.
You will need to type a domain name in the address field.
You can choose between one of the following options: “Use domain name for all emails” This is the default.
You don’t need to change this setting unless you want to.