How to Send Gmail to OneNote


Microsoft OneNote is a resourceful software program that lets computer users quickly and conveniently save notes from the Web, the Outlook email client and other Microsoft products. Unfortunately, Gmail users cannot send emails directly to OneNote. The Gmail web interface is not compatible with the OneNote. However, there is a workable solution which requires you have Microsoft Outlook installed. If you do, then you can add your Gmail account and send emails from within the program to OneNote.

Things You'll Need

  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft OneNote

Add Gmail to Outlook

  • Log in to your Gmail account. Click the "Gear" icon at the upper right corner. Select "Mail settings."

  • Go to the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" tab. Under the "POP Download" section, select "Enable POP for all mail." Click "Save Changes." Additionally, you may want to select "Enable IMAP" from the "IMAP Access" section.

  • Launch Microsoft Outlook and go to the "Tools" menu. Select "Account Settings."

  • Click "New" and on the next page select "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP." Click the "Next" button to continue.

  • Type your name, email address and password, then click "Next." Click "Next." Click the "Finish" button to add the Gmail account.

Send Outlook Mail to OneNote

  • Open Microsoft Outlook and click the message you want to send.

  • Select the "Home" menu from the top toolbar. Click the "OneNote" option under the "Move" sub-menu.

  • Choose the note location from the "Select Location in OneNote" dialog window. Click "OK" to send. Additionally, you can select the check box for "Always send e-mail notes to the selected location" if you will be using this same OneNote location for future Outlook emails.

  • Open Microsoft OneNote. Navigate to the note location to verify and view the email message.

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