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Can I see my Thunderbird emails (account A) from my gmail account (Account B)? Or is it only possible to see Gmail emails in Thunderbird?

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I managed to see in Thunderbird my emails from my Gmail account, but in Gmail I only see my Gmail emails, not the Gmail emails and also the ones from Thunderbird. Thanks!

I managed to see in Thunderbird my emails from my Gmail account, but in Gmail I only see my Gmail emails, not the Gmail emails and also the ones from Thunderbird. Thanks!
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Hi I am not sure quite what you mean by account A and B. Could you give us some examples please? Thunderbird is not an email account itself. It is a local program that downloads email from the accounts you already have online. It can bring together incoming emails from several email accounts. You can send email from Thunderbird - but it sends the outgoing message using your Gmail account. So - do you have more than one email address that you have set up in Thunderbird? What is the provider of Account A? (e.g. a second Gmail account, or Yahoo, or some other ?). If you have only one account, the Gmail one, then you should see all incoming and outgoing emails in both Thunderbird and Gmail (assuming that the computer running Thunderbird is connected to the internet). What is it that you can see in Thunderbird, and do not see in Gmail? Can you describe, or send screen shots please? Thank you, Agnes

Hi I am not sure quite what you mean by account A and B. Could you give us some examples please? Thunderbird is not an email account itself. It is a local program that downloads email from the accounts you already have online. It can bring together incoming emails from several email accounts. You can send email from Thunderbird - but it sends the outgoing message using your Gmail account. So - do you have more than one email address that you have set up in Thunderbird? What is the provider of Account A? (e.g. a second Gmail account, or Yahoo, or some other ?). If you have only one account, the Gmail one, then you should see all incoming and outgoing emails in both Thunderbird and Gmail (assuming that the computer running Thunderbird is connected to the internet). What is it that you can see in Thunderbird, and do not see in Gmail? Can you describe, or send screen shots please? Thank you, Agnes
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Hi. Thanks for answering so quick.

The thing is that I've created an account info@thenameofmycompany.com and I've connected it to Thunderbird because I like the way it works and also the calender app. The problem is for me that I can't access Thunderbird from my phone and that's really not helpful because I will only be able to see the emails I recieve when I open my computer but not from my mobile phone... That's why I thought on connecting the Thunderbird info@... account to Gmail, in order to get in Gmail my emails when I am not able to sit in front of my computer.

I don't know if I explained myself.

Thanks in advance.

Hi. Thanks for answering so quick. The thing is that I've created an account info@thenameofmycompany.com and I've connected it to Thunderbird because I like the way it works and also the calender app. The problem is for me that I can't access Thunderbird from my phone and that's really not helpful because I will only be able to see the emails I recieve when I open my computer but not from my mobile phone... That's why I thought on connecting the Thunderbird info@... account to Gmail, in order to get in Gmail my emails when I am not able to sit in front of my computer. I don't know if I explained myself. Thanks in advance.
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What you need to do is add the info@ mail account to the mail app on your phone. and it will get them from the same source as Thunderbird does.

What you need to do is add the info@ mail account to the mail app on your phone. and it will get them from the same source as Thunderbird does.
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