One Gmail account can check mail for up to five different e-mail accounts; however, there is no limit to the number of e-mail addresses that you can use to send mail. (See image one.) Where does this leave people that have fourteen or so e-mail addresses, yet want to streamline to one inbox and archive in the cloud? As I have many domains for which I check e-mail, I came up with a creative solution. I forward alias e-mail accounts to my main e-mail for each domain, as I generally only respond from one e-mail account for each. I set up my Gmail account to check mail for three other accounts, leaving room for two more. I also set up another Gmail account and forward additional e-mails directly from the domain servers. The sole purpose of that account is to then forward all mail to my main Gmail account. (See image 2 and 3.) Best thing about all of this is that each incoming e-mail is still from the original domain, and can be replied to as such. Using this technique, I don’t see a limit to how many e-mail accounts you can filter through and manage from one Gmail account.