GMail Send mail from another address without "on behalf of"

I did not want to send emails from another address using GMail as it always goes to the other person saying “on behalf of”. I am pretty sure you might had the same problem. Most of the cases you do not want to give out all your email addresses to everyone. For example why should you give your personal email for work related problem.
GMail came up with a solution for that.

“We heard your request for another option that wouldn’t show the “on behalf of” text loud and clear, and now there’s a new option that does just that. Instead of using Gmail’s servers to send the message, we’ll use the servers where your other email address lives. Since Gmail isn’t the originating domain, we don’t have to include “Sender” info in the header. No more “on behalf of.”
How you going to fix this ? Simple….

To switch to this new method, go to the Accounts page under Settings, and click “edit info” from the “Send mail as” section. Then choose the option to “Use your other email provider’s SMTP servers.”
Now you can manage all your emails in one place. Yes, you will get lot of emails to one inbox but we will discuss how you can manage it in future…

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