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I have tried typing my email address into browser but it does not take me to my gmail. It takes me to another of my google accounts. Too confusing with different logins for different google things. All I want to do now is to get to my emails. Something must have gone wrong as I think all I used to do is type my address into browser and it logged me in. Please help me as I need to check my mail and haven't been able to do so now for days. Please send the answer to any of my alternate ermails since I can't access my gmail. Thanks.

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The following url will suffice (in chrome): mail.google.com

After that you will be either entering your Gmail account or asked to sign in (you will be re-directed automatically).

Use the Account Chooser to add muliple google accounts. Lateron, you can swap between different accounts (Mail) and do that in different Google Apps.

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gmail.com will also redirect just fine. –  Al E. Dec 14 '12 at 14:17
    
Clicking on the GMail tab on google.com will also work. –  Martin Schröder Dec 15 '12 at 12:12

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