Friday, 18 August 2017

How to Set Up Auto Replies for Incoming Mails in Gmail

Responding to your Gmail messages shows your senders how active you are.  Especially for business purposes, it is good to let your sender know that you have received their message this can be done on Gmail with using any bulk email software.

This where the Gmail Autoresponder come into play (assuming you are using the Gmail service for your emails). When you enable the Gmail autoresponder, your customer gets an automated message once they send you a mail thus letting them know that you are still in business. There is no need to set up an email campaign or make use of bulk email software, with Gmail Autoresponder called Vacation Responder, you can easily respond to emails sent to your mail.  Setting up an autoresponder for every mail sent to your Gmail account is pretty easy and you can set up yours by simply following the easy steps below;

How To Set Up Gmail Auto Responder

Sign into your Gmail Account.
Locate and click on the Setting's Icon and then select Settings.

Gmail Autoresponder

On the settings page, scroll down to Vacation Responder.

Turn on the Vacation Responder by ticking the radio box before it.

Set the date when your vacation will start by entering it in the box for First day.

Check the box for Last day and enter the date when your vacation is expected to end.

Next enter the subject of the auto response mail and the message into the boxes provided for it.
Finally click on Save Changes and you are done.
Vacation responder

Note: If a contact sends you several messages, the automated reply will only be sent at most once every 4 days. You can set the auto responder to respond to only mails from people in your contact by clicking on the radio button just above the Save Changes button.



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