By default, any emails you send from Accelo will sync as notifications to your GMail inbox. Some users prefer this, as they like to know which emails were sent from Accelo and which were not when viewing their inbox in Gmail. However, some of our users prefer a more parallel sync with their Sent folders. This guide is for the preference of the latter.
Using this guide, you can:
Whether you send a client an email from Gmail or Accelo, we know how important it is to be able to look in your Gmail Sent folder and find everything you've sent. Because emails sent from Accelo don't go out from Gmail, there's a couple of simple steps required to ensure the emails that you send from Accelo appear in your Sent Folder.
Once the Notifications is set, you will receive a copy of every activity you send from Accelo in your Gmail account - from where you can use some Gmail magic to handle them automatically!
Now that you're receiving the emails, you'll want to set up filters to help you declutter your Gmail Inbox. While Gmail will automatically apply the "Sent" label to emails you send from Accelo (since the sender address is, well, you), the byproduct of the BCC notifications is a lot of unwelcome noise in your inbox. To cut this out, you can set up filters in Gmail so that emails you send skip the inbox, get marked as read and optionally have them assigned to a separate folder. Note: Screenshots may appear slightly different depending on the version of Gmail you're using. We included two versions to assist.
Optional: If you want to route your emails to a specific folder, you can select Apply the label “X”