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Gmail finally links up with Microsoft to make your life less hectic

Gmail finally links up with Microsoft to make your life less hectic
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Good news for Android users who want all their e-mail in one place! You can finally add your Microsoft Exchange account to Gmail. Google opened up Gmail to Yahoo and Outlook two years ago.

Exchange was available for some Android 5.0 devices, as well as Google’s Nexus lineup for a while. But now, the feature is rolling out to all Android Gmail users

This new move will hopefully satisfy Android fans who want a singular app for checking both their personal Gmail and exchange account from work.

Recently, Google unveiled a feature allowing people to “Gmailify” their other connected inboxes in its Gmail app — meaning that you can implement spam protection, and inbox organization for your Outlook and Yahoo email. That way, you can get all the features of your Gmail account infused into your other inboxes as well.

The Gmail with Exchange update will be rolling out soon in your Android's Play Store.

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