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I know that I can sign up to a service using, the question I have is how can I send an email from this same address?

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See Also:… – Senseful Sep 15 '10 at 17:04

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Yes. Add it the same way you'd add any other email to send from:

  1. Click on Settings in the upper right.
  2. Click on Accounts and Import.
  3. In the "Send mail as" section click "Add another email address you own".
  4. Add the "plus email" and finish the setup.
  5. Compose an email and select the custom "plus email" in the From dropdown.
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For reference, here's Google's page explaining how to add a custom from address: – Senseful Sep 16 '10 at 20:26

It is officially not supported but there is a workaround using the "send mail as"-feature:

You need to go to the Settings tab and click Accounts and Import. Click there Sent mail from another address and enter your plus e-mail address. Click Next Step and the plus mail address is ready for use. You need to do this for every address you want to use.

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So you have to do this for every +address you want to use? – Senseful Jul 14 '10 at 15:23
It doesn't send verification for "plus" emails. – Rebecca Chernoff Jul 14 '10 at 15:24
@Senseful Yes. It is a much requested feature from Google but its not implemented yet. – neo Jul 14 '10 at 15:24
Regarding your edit: Are you sure? I went through the steps as I was typing up my answer and I received the email and it has the +address as the sent-from address. – Rebecca Chernoff Jul 14 '10 at 15:27
Ok, I found my mistake. I use GMail in Germany and because of trademark issues it is not allowed for them to use the term GMail for their service, instead it is named Google Mail over here. Nonetheless receiving mails via {name} is still possible. Sending somehow not anymore. Using {name} actually worked. – neo Jul 14 '10 at 15:42

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