How to Transfer Juno Email to Gmail

By Sarai Jeremiah

Juno is an Internet service provider that also provides free Web-based email accounts. When you upgrade your free Juno Webmail account to a Juno MegaMail account, you have access to a variety of features, including mail forwarding. Mail forwarding allows you to have incoming email messages automatically transferred from your Juno email account to another email account, such as Gmail. Besides automatically transferring incoming email, you can also manually transfer old email messages from Juno to Gmail.

Automatic Transfer

Step 1

Go to Webmail.Juno.com to log in to your Juno email account.

Step 2

Click the "Options" link in the left sidebar, then click the "General" link.

Step 3

Select "ON - Forward all my new email" under the "Mail Forwarding" section.

Step 4

Choose whether you want Juno to save a copy of the incoming email messages that are transferred to your Gmail account.

Step 5

Type the Gmail email address that you want your Juno email transferred to in the empty box.

Step 6

Click the "Save" button to save your settings and activate mail forwarding.

Manual Transfer

Step 1

Go to Webmail.Juno.com to log in to your Juno email account.

Step 2

Click the "Check Messages" or "Inbox" link in the left sidebar.

Step 3

Click on the email message that you want to transfer to Gmail to open it.

Step 4

Click the "Forward" button at the top or bottom of the email message.

Step 5

Type the Gmail email address you want your Juno email transferred to in the "To" field.

Step 6

Click the "Send" button to transfer a copy of the email message from your Juno email account to your Gmail email account.