I guessing that all you need to do is go to gmail forum and look for the info. But I think you can just start by clicking on
Settings (upper right corner not far from Sign out)
Forwarding and POP/IMAP
add a forwarding address
or go search for help on this forum
Easy (and free) way to forward your Gmail email to your Yahoo Mail account. Takes less than 5 minutes! read more
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