<h2>Sort Mail From Multiple Accounts </h2><br><br>These days, you may have separate e-mail addresses for work, school, and home--not to mention the really stupid Hotmail account you made specifically to flame your neighbor. But checking each one individually takes up a lot of time (time that you could be wasting elsewhere). <br><br>Luckily, you can funnel all of your e-mail messages into your Gmail account by using POP3. Choose <i>Settings, Accounts, Import, Check Mail Using POP3</i>, and then click <i>Add POP3 email account</i>) to make email-checking a one-stop operation. The feature isn't new or unique to Gmail, but Gmail does provide a couple of cool extras--such as Multiple Inboxes--to help you organize your incoming mail. <br><br>To activate this feature, choose <i>Settings, Accounts, Import, Labs</i>; scroll down to 'Multiple Inboxes'; select <i>Enable</i>; and then select <i>Save Changes</i>. Multiple Inboxes will allow you to see up to five additional "inboxes" in your Gmail inbox--and you can sort mail into each "inbox" by using filters (for example, "label:thisisalabel" or "is:starred"). If you already filter your incoming POP3 mail, you can easily use the predesigned labels to give each POP3 account its own "inbox."