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2-1. Procedure for migrating personal preferences

Introduction

This will explain the steps for migrating the contents of your "personal preferences" in the Keio Mail System (DEEPMail).
Please perform all the following steps.

  1. Step 1: Check the settings in the current system (DEEPMail)
  2. Step 2: Migrate them to the new system (Gmail)

Step 1: Check the settings in the current system (DEEPMail)

Log into keio.jp and click "Current Keio Mail."
1. Checking the basic environment

  1. Click "Options" → "Personal preferences settings" → "Basic environment tag" and check the following items in the personal preferences.
    - Language used
    - Controlling number of emails displayed
    - Page number control
    - Automatic checking for new emails

2. Use "Correct" to check the signature required for "Options" → "Personal preferences settings" → "Signature tab."

Step 2: Migrate them to the new system (Gmail)

1. Log into keio.jp and click "New Keio Mail."

2. Click "Settings" from the gearwheel menu at the top right to display the "General" tab.

3. Set the display language using "Settings" → "General tab" → "Languages."

  Set according to the "Language used" you checked in Step 1.

4. Set using "Settings" → "General tab" → "No. to display."

5. Set using "Settings" → "General tab" → "Desktop notifications."

  When using desktop notifications, set Email notifications (new emails) or Email notifications (important emails) to ON.

 Caution: This can only be set when using Google Chrome as your web browser.

6. Set using "Settings" → "General tab" → "Signature."

  Caution: You can only set one type of signature for one account (one email address).*

  * Account settings can be set using "Settings" → "Account" → "Name"

7. Click the "Save changes" button.

 * The changes will not be reflected until the "Save changes" button is clicked.


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Update history

November 7 2014: First created

Last-Modified: November 7, 2014

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