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For people using both Gmail and Outlook Express, it can become pretty taxing going back and forth checking both systems for new messages.

Thankfully, you can have your Gmail messages sent to Outlook with IMAP, or Internet Message Access Protocol.

To enable this feature, go to the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab under Settings and click "Enable IMAP." Configure your IMAP client and save your changes.

Open Outlook, then click "Tools" and select "Accounts." Click the button next to "E-mail Account," then enter your "address" and "Password." If you're using an "" address, just click "Add Account." If you're using a Google Apps address with a custom domain name, fill in your name and select "IMAP" from the "Type" dropdown.

Then, enter "" in the "Incoming server" field and "" in the "Outgoing server" field. Check the "Override default port" and "Use SSL to connect" boxes, then fill in the numbers "993" and "456" in the boxes to the right.

Click "Add Account." From here on out you will be able to manage email from your Gmail account right from Outlook.

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