Can I look up a Gmail account?
Search for a user’s account page Sign in to your Google Admin console. Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com). In the search box, type the user’s name or email address. In the list of matching accounts that appears, click an account to go to its page.
How do I check my old Gmail account?
To recover your old Gmail account recovery, navigate to the Gmail account recovery page and enter your email address. Next, enter the last password used for this particular Gmail account.
How do I log into a delegate account in Gmail?
Log in to your Google Mail account. Click your account photo or the circle with your first initial in it (located in the upper-right corner of the page). From the drop-down menu, select the desired delegated account. A new window or tab will open displaying the delegated account.
How do I see all of my Gmail accounts?
To find all the linked accounts, Gmail users will have to complete the following steps:
- Click your Google Account button at the top-right.
- Click Manage your Google Account.
- On the left menu, choose Security.
- Scroll down to Google apps with account address and click Manage access.
Can more than one person access a Gmail account?
Your users can grant access to their Gmail account by adding individuals or Groups as a delegate. The delegated person, or members of a delegated Group, can read, send, and delete messages for the account owner.
Can I give my Gmail account to someone else?
Go to the Accounts and Import tab. In the Grant access to your account section, select Add another account. Enter the Gmail email address of the person you want to entrust with the handling of your account in the Email address field, and then select Next Step. Select Send email to grant access.